Unscramble the letters to discover the names of important individuals in Acadian history. The clues refer to the Web site, in sections where these individuals are mentioned.
musael ed nialpmahc
Cartographer, geographer and French discoverer, I explored Acadie in early 17th century.
Without me, the French would have had a lot more difficulties surviving the first winters in Acadie.
I am remembered as the person responsible for the Deportation of the Acadians.
I was 14 years old in 1755. After the Grand Dérangement, I settled in Cocagne (N.B.) where I later became a prosperous merchant.
I am Madawaska's Robin Hood during the 1790s.
I founded the newspaper L'Évangéline in Digby (N.S.), in 1887.
I am the author of La Sagouine (1971).
I proposed the starred tricoulour as the Acadian national flag during the second National Acadian Convention held in Miscouche (P.E.I.) in 1884.
A Nova Scotia artist, I have produced a series of paintings depicting scenes of Acadian history.
I am, according to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Évangéline's fiancé.