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The Great Deportation, also known as the Acadian Expulsion, took place between 1755 and 1763 in Acadia, which is present-day Nova Scotia, Canada. British authorities forcibly removed around 10,000 Acadians from their homeland as reprisal for their refusal to pledge allegiance to the British crown.

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