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In 1730, the Acadians were forced to sign an oath, swearing loyalty to the British.
You must sign this oath, or else, you cannot live here no more.
We must do it, if we want to live here...
Now, if something ever happens we must take side of the British.
Or we might have to face severe consequences...
Meanwhile, the ownership of Acadia kept going back and forth between the French and the British kept going back and forth.
Meanwhile, the war of Spanish Succession War was going on between the French and British, just for Acadia.
The War ended with the treaty of Utrecht. In it, Acadians in Nova Scotia belonged to the British, and the ones in Cope Breton and PEI belonged to the French.