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Introduction
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Folklife Survey
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1992 Public Review
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Collections Survey
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Interpretation Survey
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Focus Groups
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NPS also contracted for a survey of institutions that preserve and interpret some aspect of Maine Acadian culture to the public. The research was conducted over a three-month period, October-December 1992. Twenty-one institutions in Maine and New Brunswick were surveyed by telephone. Each institutional representative was asked the same set of questions, which had been developed in consultation with NPS staff. The questions were intended to elicit interpretive themes, specific interpretive methods, strengths and weaknesses of interpretive efforts, and target audiences. Other institutions in Qu├ębec and the Maritime provinces were identified, but not formally surveyed (McDonald 1992).
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Some publications and events sponsored by the National Park Service as part of the implementation of the Maine Acadian Culture Preservation Act. Acadian Archives/Archives acadiennes photograph by Nicholas Hawes, 2003.    
Some publications and events sponsored by the National Park Service as part of the implementation of the Maine Acadian Culture Preservation Act. Acadian Archives/Archives acadiennes photograph by Nicholas Hawes, 2003.
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