This list was compiled by Brenda Curwin, a member of the Southeastern Branch NB Genealogical Society, and was distributed to those attending the January 17, 2004 meeting. I have reproduced it here with her permission. Brenda is willing to assist others interested in researching Acadian families: she can be reached via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: "RA" stands for "Reference Archive" and "FR" indicates the item is written in French.
Note: This list was originally created in 2004 and may no longer be current.
These books are open access and available in the main section of the library. They may be checked out, under the normal conditions, with a valid library card.
These books are held in the locked section of the Moncton Public Library's Heritage Room. A librarian will give you a maximum of 5 books, for use within the Heritage Room only. They may not be checked out from the library.
These titles are located within the Moncton Public Library's Heritage Room. They are on open shelves and may be accessed freely and without the assistance of a librarian. However, they can not be removed from the Heritage Room (except to make photocopies).
The Southeastern Branch NBGS also maintains the following CD-ROMs which may be of interest to Acadian researchers. They are held in a locked drawer at the Moncton Public Library's Heritage Room and can only be accessed by making prior arrangements with an NBGS volunteer. The Branch has a computer available within the Heritage Room to facilitate the viewing of the CD-ROMs.