The Acadia of our people bears in its soul traces of past suffering. We lived a long time dispossessed, hunted down and held in contempt. The first pages of our history are written with our blood and wounds of which we still bear the marks.
It is difficult to describe our traditional Acadian values, accumulated during the last 350 years of existence, in a single paragraph; they are drawn from our history, our genealogy, our old words, our traditions, our Catholic religion and our families. Distinct food, fishing, agriculture, etc. are also part of the mosaic. The current website, with our virtual archives, elaborates on this culture that we hold so dear.
– Pauline d’Entremont