- Not to be confused with Arcadia.
Under the French, most of what is now Nova Scotia was called Acadia, or Acadie in French. The British expelled many of the French settlers and most of them went to Louisiana; the term Cajun originated from Acadian.
There is more than one place called Acadia:
- Acadia — a historic region corresponding roughly to Canada's Maritime Provinces and much of the U.S. state of Maine
- Acadia National Park, in Maine
- The Acadian Coast of Louisiana
- Acadian Coast, eastern coast of New Brunswick, which includes the Acadian Peninsula
- Municipal District of Acadia No. 34, south of Oyen, Alberta
- Acadiana region of Louisiana
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