Minudie has lots of history just waiting to be learned and shared. From old school houses, to churches and cementeries, even homes that are over 100 years old, with residences living in them today! There are opportunities for everyone, so come and see this wonderful community.
Minudie's long history, has witnessed peaceful settlement, the Expulsion of th Acadians in 1755, the eventual return of some acadians, growth of the community under the 1000-acre land grant of Colonel Joseph Frederick Wallet DesBarres, and the industrial growth period of Amos Seaman. In 1871, the population of this community was listed as 600. As times changed, the population shifted and gradually population in Minudie was drastically reduced.