The Expulsion of the Acadians

The Expulsion of the Acadians
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  • In 1755, the British were starting to worry because of the French and the Acadians
  •  The tension between us, the French and the Acadians is growing
  • The Acadians didn't sign the oath of allegiance either. They may be becoming a threat.
  • Governor Charles Lawrence was tired of the Acadians so he decided to make a decision...
  • IT IS TIME TO ORDER THE EXPULSION OF THE ACADIANS!
  • LIGHT THEIR HOMES ON FIRE! MOVE THEM TO THE 13 COLONIES
  • The knights set off to start forcefuly removing the Acadians from their house
  • You are to leave your property and all of your land before sunset. All Acadians must be at the ships to be moved to the 13 colonies
  • After all of the Acadians had left their homes, the Bristish had set their home and their farms on fire
  • Many Acadians did not want to leave their land so instead of going on the ships they found refuge with the nearby French and First Nations communities.
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