Nova Scotia Museum, Acadian Genealogy resource - CBC article

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Far-flung Acadians searching for who they are find answers in N.S. museum
Volunteer researchers continuously update database to help people search their Acadian roots
Richard Woodbury · CBC News · Posted: Jun 19, 2018 6:00 AM AT | Last Updated: June 19
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Thanks so much for sharing!

A few years ago, I found a 200 year old Nova Scotia census record for my ancestor, a descendant of Zaccheus Gould of Topsfield, Massachusetts. The record listed James Gould, his son William Gould, and his son-in-law James Boutelier; details included their jobs, height, eye color, and whether they were fit or not.

I was grateful to find the information, and I used it to prove my lineage as a descendant of Lieutenant James Gould, who survived two bullets at the Battle of Saratoga.

Genealogy is a journey, not a destination.  I am grateful to the officials who open these records and the volunteers who help make them accessible.
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