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300 years of the Acadian Presence on Prince Edward Island (Queens County)

Course Locations and Times

TermLocationOffering PeriodOffering DayOffering TimeStatus
FallBeaconsfield Carriage House11/03/2021 - 12/01/2021Wednesday9:30 AM - 12:00 PMWait List
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Course Details

DescriptionThe year 2020 marks the 300th anniversary of the Acadian and French culture of PEI. The course will provide an overview highlighting French life on PEI. Topics will include the early colony, the deportation, economic survival, French education nd the vibrant social life.
Requirementsn/a
ObjectivesGain a knowledge and understanding of the 300 years of Acadian presence on PEI
Teaching ProcessPresentation with accompanying slides and illustrations
UPEI Parking Pass Required?No
Additional Costs?No
Additional Costs or Information

Course Facilitator

NameGeorges Arsenault
Background
Georges Arsenault, historien et folkoriste, est l’auteur de nombreux livres et articles portant sur les Acadiens de l’Île. Georges Arsenault is an historian, folklorist and author of many books and publications pertaining to the Acadians of PEI.


 
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REGIONS
QUEENS COUNTY
KINGS COUNTY
PRINCE COUNTY
CONTACT
PROVINCIAL COORDINATOR:
Charley Scott
(902) 894-2867
seniorscollege@upei.ca
MAILING ADDRESS
550 University Ave.
Charlottetown, PE
C1A 4P3
AFFILIATED WITH
university of PEI
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