Acadian.Org has been on the web for quite some time, originally created by Yvon Cyr who also developed the CD ROM “In Search of Our Acadian Roots” many years ago. He has since left us but his son, Denis now maintains the site. A valuable resource for anyone researching their Acadian ancesters.

Lucie LeBlanc Consentino has operated this wonderful web site for many years (1998) and has developed a very thorough list of links relating to the research of all Acadian families.

I happened upon a controversial LeBlanc web site developed by Robert J. LeBlanc of Millbury MA, where he discussed his research using DNA results and how they conflict with the mainstream understanding of the LeBlanc lineage and he had some rather shocking revelations. He suggested that Daniel did not come from France at all, but rather he was born in the new world, a Metis son of Sir William Alexander (The Younger) and a local Native woman. I found his research very interesting. Have a look for yourself.

What a wonderful Acadian resource provided by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. It covers a lot of ground including the origin of the Acadian flag, an historical timeline of the Acadians and tons of other web links.