Example sentences for: acadians

How can you use “acadians” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The Loyalists joined earlier settlers from New England, Pennsylvania, and Yorkshire, and French Acadians who had trickled back after their deportation during the Anglo-French wars.

  • Like Nova Scotia, the island was transformed by the Acadians’ deportation and their replacement by New Englanders, who named it after Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, in 1799.

  • Epitome of the town’s more peaceful side, the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens south of the city center display flora representative of the region’s inhabitants: mayflower and pines for the Micmacs; iris and the vegetables the Acadians grew, with a reconstruction of their ingenious system of dykes and a typical Acadian cottage; an English rose arbor; and Victorian flower beds.

  • The dispersal began out at Grand-Pré, now a national historic park commemorating the Acadians’ resilience.

  • Descendants of Acadians and Loyalists, the warm and friendly Gaspesians are a more harmonious mix of French- and English-speaking citizens than elsewhere in Québec.

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