The Development Team
- to: Jean Melanson, Warden of the Municipality of Clare, Nova Scotia and a member of the Western Counties Regional Library Board, who first got the inspiration for this project.
- to: the Fédération acadienne de la Nouvelle-Écosse (F.A.N.E.) for giving us permission to use its text on the Acadian flag and the Acadian National Anthem.
- to: The Nova Scotia Provincial Library for its active participation in the development of this project and for supplying human resources.
- to: The Western Counties Regional Library for its active participation in the development of this project and for supplying technical and administrative support.
- to: Harold Robicheau for having granted us the permission to use some of his photos.
- to: Le Courrier de la Nouvelle-Ecosse for having graciously supplied us with several images on the contemporary identity of Acadians in Nova Scotia.
- to: Cécile Chevrier who helped us in our efforts to obtain certain copyright permissions.
- to: artist Nelson Surette who gave us the permission to expose his works on the Internet at no charge.
- to: Richard Landry, information officer at Université Sainte-Anne, who cooperated with us in our efforts.
- to: Mary E.T. Collier who gave us her written permission to use photos taken by her late husband Mr. John Collier Jr.
- to: Doctor Alexander H. Leighton who along with Mary E.T. Collier has given permission to use these same photos.
- to: Canadian Heritage, (Wayne Kerr) Atlantic region who graciously supplied us with the image Acadie: L'Odysée d'un peuple.
- to: Omer Majeed and Alasdair Mckie of Ingenia Corporation for all their help and technical support.
-to: Nora Hockin, Gary Parent, Bill Murphy, Nadia Kazmyra and Keith Richardson of Industry Canada for all their help and support in helping us reach our goal.
Atlas historique du Canada.
Vie acadienne en Nouvelle-Écosse.
Nova Scotia Historical Society Vol. 12.
Akins, Thomas B., editor. Selections from the Public Documents of the Province of Nova Scotia.
Arsenault, Bona Histoire des Acadiens.
Chevrier, Cécile Acadie : Esquisses d'un parcours; Sketches of a Journey.
Cormier, Yves L'Acadie D'Aujourd'hui : Guide des provinces Maritimes francophones.
Deveau, Alphonse; Ross, Sally The Acadians of Nova Scotia Past and Present.
Deveau, Alphonse J. Two Beginnings: A Brief Acadian History.
Griffiths, Naomi E.S. The Contexts of Acadian History, 1686-1784.
Hébert, Rev. Donald J. Acadians in Exile.
Jehn, Janet Acadian Exiles in the Colonies.
Lanctôt, Léopold. L'Acadie des origines, 1603-1771.
Lauvrière, Émile. La Tragédie d'un peuple: Histoire du peuple acadien de ses origines à nos jours. volumes 1 et 2.
LeBlanc,Dudley J. The Acadian Miracle
LeBlanc, Dudley J. True Story Of The Acadians,n/a
Massignon, Geneviève. Les Parlers français D'Acadie.
Rieder, Milton P. & Norma Gaudet Rieder. The Acadian Exiles in the American Colonies 1755-1768
Smith, D.C. Colonists at Port Royal.
From left to right, the members are:Sheldon Fougere | Michelle Shanks | Anne-Louise Belliveau | Michel P. Ogilvie | Neil Boucher, Ph.D.
For the purposes of this project he was principal HTML programmer and computer technician.
She acted as researcher and writer during the project.
Her main tasks during the project included research and word and image processing.
He is presently based in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, and works out of the Western Counties Regional Library. His principal role in this project is that of team coordinator and project administrator. He also participated actively in historical research, writing, editing and image processing.
Neil's principal role was project custodian and historical advisor.