Acadia was originally a province of New France that included parts of eastern Quebec, the Canadian Maritime Provinces, and roughly the northern half of modern-day Maine to the Kennebec and mouth of the Penobscot Rivers. Today it refers largely to the area of the Maine coast that comprises Acadia National Park and surrounding areas.
This group contains two galleries...
● One specific to the historic stone bridges of Acadia National Park, and
● The other covering the Park and many surrounding areas, both on Mt. Desert Island and elsewhere across Maine.
© Ted Stump