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History of Acadians at Mount Allison: Student Theses and Research Papers

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Student theses and research papers


The following list contains all of the Honours and Masters theses and student research papers in the collection that take a historical, cultural, geographical, or linguistic approach to the study of Acadians and Acadia. The research papers are available for perusal through the University Archives, while copies of the Honours and Masters theses are available in the open stacks of the Ralph Pickard Bell Library and are searchable in the online catalogue.


1972

The Acadian Movement by F. Knudsen, research paper prepared for Sociology 360 with Professor R. V. Young. Acc 2013.16/58

Dyking on the Tantramar Marsh in the Acadian Period to 1760 by Mary Pritchard, research paper prepared for Geography 300. Acc 2013.16/175

The historical geography of the old Acadian settlement of Beaubassin, on the Great Tantramar Marsh in the years 1686-1710  by Della Stanley, research paper prepared for Geography 300, Professor Eric Ross. Acc 2013.16/193

Fort Beauséjour: 1751-1755 by Marjorie Robb, research paper for Geography 300. Acc 2013.16/181

 

1973

Digby: the Birthplace of L'Évangeline by Susan MacKenzie, research paper prepared for Geography 300. Acc 2013.16/159

 

1975

The Cormier Village: A Village that Died by Linda Evans, research paper prepared for Historical Geography. Acc 2013.16/135

 

1976

Saint-Joseph: a French Acadian culture by Susan E. Jones, research paper prepared for Geography 3200 with Prof. L. McCann. Acc 2013.16/220

The French element in Inverness County by John Neary, research paper prepared for Geography 3200 with Prof. L. McCann. Acc 2013.16/229

 

1977

Évangeline and the image of the Acadian in English Maritime literature of the Nineteenth Century by Michelle Lorie Robichaud, Thesis for the Department of English

 

1983

L'Acadie and Moncton by Dawne T. Macpherson, Thesis for the Department of History

 

1984

The conquest of Acadia and the Conquest of Canada: A Comparative Study by Anne W. Charlebois, Thesis for the Department of History

 

1989

Historical settlement in Tantramar 400 years of Change by Graham Chapman, Shawn Lamey, Troy Reid, Pierre Sirois, Terry Steeves, research paper prepared for Geograpgy 4522. Acc 2013.16/110

 

1992

Staking a claim : the role of co-operatives in maintaining an ethnic boundary by Sandra Moroz, Thesis for the Department of Anthropology and Sociology

 

1997

The re-emergence of an Acadian collective identity as highlighted by the conscription crisis of 1942 by Patricia D. Thibodeau, Thesis for the Department of History

 

1999

Neo-nationalism and the emergence of the Acadian identity in French New Brunswick, 1955-1982 by Matthew Robert Letson, Thesis for the Department of History

Grand Falls a town of no prejudices-what is to come by Celine Dujeux, research paper for Dr. Judy Bates, Field Methods 3701, Acc. 2013.16/79

A study of Brayon Culture by Amanda Marlin, research paper for Dr. Judy Bates, Field Methods 3701. Acc 2013.16/83

 

2004

Le voyage vers l'identité : une étude de la quête identitaire sur les plans spatial, culturel et linguistique dans les littératures de l'Acadie et du Québec by Stephanie LeBlanc, Thesis for the Department of Modern Languages and Literature

 

2008

“J’habite un texte bilingue”: chiac in contemporary acadian literature by Amelia Haller, Thesis for the Department of Modern Languages and Literature

 

2011

French, Acadian, and Mi’kmaq interactions: 1604-1763 by Julie Pellerin, Thesis for the Department of History

 

2016

La colonie perdue : une étude de l'Acadie et de son role dans l'empire d'outre-mer de l'Ancient Régime by Joshua E. Chmielewski, Thesis for the Department of Modern Languages and Literature.