Search the Archives and library holdings for publications and manuscript collections.
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The Acadian Archives/Archives acadiennes' Ready Reference is an online, searchable document created to assist our patrons in discovering what's available in our collections.View the Ready Reference
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This guide provides subject-based collection browsing and classroom-focused information.
The Acadian Archives/Archives Acadiennes collects manuscripts and documents (and copies thereof) pertaining to the history and culture of the Franco-Americans and Acadians of the Upper St John Valley. Audio-visual documentation and manuscript materials include: textual records; maps, plans, drawings, diagrams; photographs, slides, films; paintings, pictorial and graphic works; microfilms, sound recordings, videotapes, and machine readable records.
The Acadian Archives/Archives acadiennes was established at the University of Maine at Fort Kent in 1989 through a general funding appropriation by the 114th Maine State Legislature during its first regular session of 1989. It is a repository and resource center, offering on-site consultation regarding archival collections and information about regional folklore, history, and folklife.