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The east coast of Acadia in 1708 : a census of the Indian and French inhabitants of Port Royal, Cap Sable, La Hève, Les Mines, Mouscoudabouet, Cap Breton, Chiquenictou, Pintagouet, Canibeky, Port Rasoirs, and the River St. Jean

by Winston De Ville ; introduction by Robert de Berardinis
De Ville, Winston (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Ville Platte, Louisiana : Provincial Press, c1999
59 p.

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Transcribed and translated from a copy of the census, "originally in French, [located] among the holdings in the Ayer Collection at Chicago's . . . Newberry Library, bearing the reference number Ayer MS 751."--Pref.

Covers localities in the province of Nova Scotia.

Includes index to "family names of European origin" only.

Lists names and ages of Indian and French families.

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