Item MS-2-503, SF Box 41, Folder 14 - Elizabeth LeBlanc's petit livre de Cantique

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Elizabeth LeBlanc's petit livre de Cantique

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Elizabeth LeBlanc

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MS-2-503, SF Box 41, Folder 14

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1 cm of textual records (1 folder)

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It is probable that Elizabeth LeBlanc was the daughter of Charles LeBlanc and Marie Barrieau of Acadia, who were deported to New England in 1755 and later settled in Memramcook, New Brunswick. Their daughter, Elizabeth, was born in 1761 in Stoughton, MA, while a younger daughter, Anastasie, was born in Pisiguit, New Brunswick in 1770.

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Item donated to the archives in 1983 by Paul Killawee.

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Item is Elizabeth LeBlanc's notebook of handwritten French hymns or canticles. The first page of the notebook contains a short hymn for Anastasie LeBlanc, "quand elle commensait Le Rosaire."

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Public domain.

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