Seeds of misfortune: plant macroremains left in St. Peter’s Bay, PEI by Acadian deportees
Author(s): Kevin Leonard
The brief but prosperous period of settlement at Havre St. Pierre introduced a wide range of new plant species. Macroremains recovered from excavations adjacent to an Acadian dwelling burnt (possibly by the British during the 1758 expulsion) and from the bottom of a nearby well reveal the extent of the impact on the local flora created by the Acadian residents whose lives were uprooted by colonial war.
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Seeds of misfortune: plant macroremains left in St. Peter’s Bay, PEI by Acadian deportees. Kevin Leonard. Presented at Society for Historical Archaeology, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. 2014 ( tDAR id: 437038)
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