The Habitation of Port Royal was the first permanent white settlement in America, north of the Spaniards. We have some scanty descriptions of it in the writings of Champlain and Lescarbot, and a few references in the Jesuit Relations...
La Nouvelle-France avant 1713 | Site de l’aménagement linguistique au Canada (SALIC) – Institut des langues officielles et du bilinguisme (ILOB)
La Nouvelle-France avant 1713. L'Amérique du nord tout entière était principalement française et espagnole. Anglaise dans une moindre mesure, du moins si on parle en termes de mainmise et d'exploitation du territoire.
Pictures of Acadian heritage - Nova Scotia - Canada
In 1755 the British decided the Acadians were a threat and ordered their deportation to the Anglo-American colonies further South. In the following years about 6,500 people were brought to the southern part of America..
16 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Nova Scotia | PlanetWare
Port-Royal National Historic Site is located in the community of Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada, on the north bank of the Annapolis River at its discharge point into Annapolis Basin. It is located approximately 0.5 km (0.31 mi) east of Schafners Point and 1 km (0.62 mi) north of Goat Island.The site is the location of the Habitation at Port-Royal, which is a replica of the original French Acadian colonial settlement.
Port-Royal National Historic Site | Tourism Nova Scotia, Canada
Port-Royal was one of the first European settlements in North America, leaving a lasting legacy on the area that can still be felt today.When French merchant and explorer, Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Mons,...