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  • Pedro Abarca St. Abbon Louis Abelly Abenakis Robert Abercromby St. Acacius Acadia Claudius Acquaviva St. Adalbert (of Bohemia) St. Adalbert (of Germany) John
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  • and best remembered for the Brenda series of novels for children Amy in Acadia: A Story for Girls Project Gutenberg Brenda, Her School and Her Club (1900)
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  • A plea for republican simplicity, 1883 external link Zigzag journeys in Acadia and New France, 1884 external link Zigzag journeys in the Levant, 1885 external
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  • The New Student's Reference Work (1914) Acadia 37775The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Acadia Aca'dia (a-kā' dĭ-a) or Acadie. It was in 1497
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  • 131231911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 1 — Acadie ACADIE, or Acadia, a name given by the French in 1603 to that part of the mainland of North
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 1 Acadia by Thomas Joseph Campbell 90476Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 1 AcadiaThomas Joseph Campbell The precise
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  • and Her Club," "Brenda's Cousin at Radcliffe," "Brenda's Ward," "Amy in Acadia," etc.   ILLUSTRATED   BOSTON: LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY 1907     Copyright
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  • TEMPLE, Sir THOMAS (1614–1674), baronet of Nova Scotia, governor of Acadia, second son of Sir John Temple of Stanton Bury, Buckinghamshire, who was
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  • (parentage, place and date of birth unknown); d. 12 August, 1762. He was sent to Acadia by the French Seminary of Foreign Missions in 1735. In 1740 he was appointed
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  • to the public weal prompted him to follow Poutrincourt to Port-Royal, in Acadia, in 1606. His proficiency in Christian doctrine enabled him to instruct
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  • Acadia
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  • his Loyalist ancestors having left New York in 1784. While a student at Acadia College, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, in 1875, he won the Canadian Gilchrist
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  • Barry O'Neill A missionary to the Micmac Indians and Vicar-General of Acadia under the Bishop of Quebec, b. in France about 1690: d. there about 1770
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  • Patriarch of Constantinople St. Acacius Roman Academies French Academy Acadia Acanthus (see) Acanthus (plant) Acathistus St. Acca Accaron Accentus Ecclesiasticus
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  • 271. Contests in Florida, 273. De Gourgues in Florida, 275. French in Acadia, 277. Champlain in Quebec, 279. His Indian Allies and Foes, 281. French
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  • France; born at Lyons, 1574; died at Sillery, l2 May, 1646. He went to Acadia with Father Biard, and when it was found impossible to effect any good there
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  • CHARNISÉ, Aulnay de, Charles de Menou, Seigneur d', French proprietor in Acadia, b. in Vannes, France, in 1605; drowned 24 May, 1650. In 1632 he accompanied
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  • Acadia
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  • Congregation of the Holy Ghost, he confided almost exclusively to its missionaries Acadia, the islands of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Cape Breton, Newfoundland, and
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  • suffered among the savage tribes that roamed the vast territory extending from Acadia in the east to the lands of the Illinois in the far west. The hardships
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