The Acadians Robert E. Wall

ISBN: 9780770420109

Published: December 1984

paperback

404 pages


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The Acadians  by  Robert E. Wall

The Acadians by Robert E. Wall
December 1984 | paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 404 pages | ISBN: 9780770420109 | 5.51 Mb

Along Nova Scotias stormy shores, their heritage was won with the blood of many generations. But in 1756 a savage act of treachery would tear an entire people from their homeland, their rich farms forfeited in a brutal game of war played by EnglandMoreAlong Nova Scotias stormy shores, their heritage was won with the blood of many generations. But in 1756 a savage act of treachery would tear an entire people from their homeland, their rich farms forfeited in a brutal game of war played by England and France for possession of the New World.But one proud family, the HEBERTS, faced the terror of exile with a fierce courage, even as father was torn from son, mother from child.

For the powerful oldest brother, GILLES, the future meant slavery in faraway Virginia,yet even there he vowed to protect the woman he loved, though her heart still belonged to another man. For lovely, blond HELENE, her golden beauty was the flame that ignited a pirates lust and catapulted her into the scandalous demimonde of wild, raucous New Orleans. And for the young rebel MARCEL HEBERT, neither deadly guns nor a vicious enemy could keep him from his quest to reunite his family and reclaim his birthright...

his undaunted Acadian spirit a fiery symbol of the fight for freedom and self-rule.



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