A Francophone people native to eastern Canada. Many left to become the Cajuns of Louisiana during The Acadian Expulsion of 1755 (ethnic cleansing is not new) by the British in Nova Scotia. This event is the source of the Longfellow poem "Evangeline."

Though considered rustic by some, the Acadians are a charming and warm-hearted people. As well, hidden away in their villages are many of the world's most beautiful women, with their dark hair and large soulful eyes.

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