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FAQ Page

 This page contains basic information and Frequently Asked Questions
 about the Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History Web Site.

  • Although first designed this site for 800x600, I am rewriting the pages to be 900-950 pixels wide to produce a full screen width for a 1024 pixal-wide screen resolution.
  • If there are problems, such as missing pictures or links, please let me know.
  • If I take a while to respond to an e-mail, please write again. I may have put it aside and forgot to reply. If your request is in my realm of information, I will probably respond within a day or so. If not, it may take a while for me to see if I can find anything. If you never hear from me, there's a good chance that I couldn't find anything and forgot to write back.
  • Most of my material is on the Acadians (pre-deportation) and those Acadians who settled in Louisiana (Cajuns). Most of my Cajun material is pre-1900. When you move into the 20th century, your database get extremely large. So, I can be of most help on Acadian information up to the mid 18th century and Cajun information up to the 20th century.
  • Better looking pages often require more graphics. I'll try to keep them small. If you don't have the patience to wait for them, set your browser so that images aren't automatically loaded. I'll provide text descriptions for each image (especially the link buttons) so that you can use those. All images are either public domain or used by permission of the creator.  If I accidently used something that I shouldn't have, please let me know.  Thanks.
  • I think the best part of the web is accessing data at will. So, instead of just pointing you to other places (on-line and off), I'll try to put as much data as I can (until my allowed space is full.
  • All data is provided in compliance with the copyright laws according to the Berne Convention.
  • If you would like to link to my page, please use one of the 3 graphics below and use the <> URL.  Please note the rules of copyright.
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