Tag Archives: Quebec

The Acadian Expulsion

Vaughn C. Hardacker here: In my last blog I wrote about one of my more infamous ancestors, Lizzie Andrew Borden (1860 – 1927). The familial link to Lizzie was only one of the surprises I got while doing a detailed … Continue reading

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Maine Firefighters at Lac-Mégantic

I was going to use this post to promote the new Liss MacCrimmon novel and hold another giveaway, but I find there’s something more important I want to say here today. I’ll get back to humorous mysteries, and giveaways, next … Continue reading

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La Kermesse – Another Maine Festival!

Lea Wait, here, playing reporter. Maine has a long and close association with French Canadians, beginning with Benedict Arnold’s unfortunately planned and executed campaign to capture Quebec City during the American Revolution by journeying up the Kennebec River to the Chaudiere. After all … Continue reading

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