Resources used in researching the novel, in no particular order:

John Mack Faragher, A Great and Noble Scheme.

Carl Brasseaux, Acadian to Cajun, Transformation of a people.

Carl Brasseaux, The Founding of New Acadia.

Velma Duet, Folktales of Louisiana.

Dorothy Williams Potter, Passports of Southeastern Pioneers, 1770-1823.

Geoffrey Plank, An Unsettled Conquest.

Barry Ancelet, Cajun and Creole Folktales.

Edouard Richard, Acadia (Volumes I and II).

JJ. Reneaux, Cajun Folktales.

Christopher Hodson, The Acadian Diaspora.

Irene Whitfield, Acadian Folk Songs.

Andrew Hill Clark, Acadia: the Geography of Early Nova Scotia to 1760.

Warren Perrin, Acadian Redemption: From Beausoliel to the Queen's Proclamation.

Naomi E. S. Griffiths, The Contexts of Acadian History 1686-1784.

Regis Brun, The Acadians before 1755.

William Gerrior, Acadian Awakenings.

John Reid, Acadia, Maine and New Scotland: Marginal Colonies in the 17th Century.

Carl Brasseaux, Scattered to the Wind, Dispersal and Wanderings of the Acadians, 1755-1809.

Dianne Marshall, Heroes of the Acadian Resistance, The Story of Beausoleil Broussard and Pierre II Surette.

Jean-Francois Mouhot, The Acadian Refugees in France 1758-1785.

Randy Paul DeCuir, Pointe Coupee's Patriots, 1777 Pointe Coupee Militia: Louisiana's Forgotten Soldiers of the American Revolution.

Specifically about the Mi'kmaq:

Daniel N. Paul, We Are Not The Savages.

Laurie Lacey, Mi'kmaq Medicines.

Wilson D. Wallis and Ruth Sawtell Wallis, The Micmac Indians of Eastern Canada.

Marion Robertson, Red Earth, Tales of the Mi'kmaq.

Evan T. Pritchard, No Word for Time.

Silas T. Rand, Legends of the Micmacs.

Bruce J. Bourque, Twelve Thousand Years: American Indians in Maine.

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