Song of Acadia by Janette Oke T Davis Bunn
The Song of Acadia series is a series of Christian historical fiction novels by Canadian author Janette Oke and American author T. Davis Bunn. The series is set in Canada during the 18th century, where two women – Catherine Price and Louise Belleveau – develop a strong friendship despite being from warring nations.

Janette Oke and T. Davis Bunn began their Song of Acadia series with the novel The Meeting Place, published in 1999. The series lasted five novels and concluded in 2002 with the novel The Beloved Land. Below is a list of Janette Oke and T. Davis Bunn’s Song of Acadia books in order of when they were first published (which is the same as their chronological order):

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Publication Order of Song Of Acadia Books

(By: Janette Oke, T. Davis Bunn)

The Meeting Place(1999)Description / Buy at
The Sacred Shore(2000)Description / Buy at
The Birthright(2000)Description / Buy at
The Distant Beacon(2001)Description / Buy at
The Beloved Land(2002)Description / Buy at

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Song of Acadia Synopsis: The Meeting Place by Janette Oke & T. Davis Bunn is set in 18th century Canada, where two women begin a bond that threatens to be destroyed by their respective people.

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  1. Bill: 3 years ago

    When I was in school in Northern Wisconsin some parts of the song of Acadia were required reading. The area I lived in was composed of French, Swede, Finnish, English, Scottish and a few more of the European immigrants along with a lot of the Native Americans in the Area.

    When I started school I could barely speak English (I spoke, read, and wrote Finnish) a lot of my classmates were in the same situation and spoke a different language, but we all knew how to play baseball.

    Eventually we acclimated and found a common ground and no longer had the language barrier. Even though the language at home reflected some of the national origins of the people.


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