These documents provide wildland fire management guidance for Saint Croix Island International Historic Site. National Park Service (NPS) policy requires that all NPS units with vegetation capable of sustaining fires develop fire management plans. The following documents fulfill those policy requirements and implement fire management goals to protect human safety, protect facilities and cultural resources, perpetuate natural resources and their processes, and perpetuate cultural and historic scenes.
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The Acadians were descendants of French farmers who settled in the areas of present-day Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island in the 1630s. Primarily French speaking and Roman Catholic, their relations with English conquerors were troubled. They were deported between 1755 and 1763.