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Click here to learn about Orleans Island, as described by Amédée Blouin
The linked document was reproduced from Les Familles Blouin au Canada, written by Amédée Blouin in 1956. I discovered the book during research at the National Archives and have translated this portion of the book, with the assistance of Lucie Zerbini, to the best of my ability. That said, I have also taken some liberty during the translation as well in order for it to read better.
The History of Orleans Island – 1956
(by Amédée Blouin)
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