Examples from the Web for acadia
On Tuesday, we took the kids to Acadia National Park—about 55 miles from where we were staying.
As a result of the war Canada and Acadia were both in the possession of England.The Founder of New France: A Chronicle of Champlain|Charles W. Colby
The whole of Acadia on both sides of the isthmus thus passed into English hands.A Historical Geography of the British Colonies|Charles Prestwood Lucas
He then commissioned one of them to convey to Acadia M. de Villebon, whom he was sending to that province as lieutenant-governor.Count Frontenac|William Dawson LeSueur
Its unwilling subjects, the French colonists of Acadia, were driven from their homes.
In a previous chapter have been described the circumstances which led to the colonization of Acadia and New England.The Hand of Providence|J. H. Ward
British Dictionary definitions for acadia
- the Atlantic Provinces of Canada
- the French-speaking areas of these provinces