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Family drama of historic proportions

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American history professor Christopher Hodson talks about the discoveries he made, including heart-rending stories about families torn apart by the Deportation of 1755, when he was researching his book about the Acadian diaspora.


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Here's part 2 of Jonna's interview with Christopher Hodson. His book, The Acadian Diaspora, An Eighteenth-Century History is published by Oxford University press. It's available on Amazon as well as at Oxford University Press's website, www.oup.com. It should also be at major bookstores.

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