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"Per Ardua ad Astra"
An Explanation of "Dit" Names
3rd Cousin, Once Removed?
A Few Famous Relatives
A French Canadian Heroine
The Families Blouin of Canada
History of Île d'Orléans
The linked documents were 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 his forward 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. Additionally, the large increase in numbers within the Blouin descendant reports was a result of information provided within the book and due in no small part to the efforts of this distant relative.
Amédée and his family (circa 1954)
The Families Blouin of Canada – 1956
(by Amédée Blouin)
Click one of the links below to learn about the Blouin families of Canada, as described by Amédée Blouin
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