Here is a detail from the Montresor map of 1768. John Montresor was a British engineer who mapped Britain's North American colonies, including Nova Scotia. This map was made in the time after the Acadians had been forced out of Nova Scotia, and while efforts were underway to settle the area with New Englanders, Ulstermen and others.
The Acadians were forced to abandon Nova Scotia in 1759. The greatest concentration of Acadians had been along the Minas Basin and Port Royal in Bay of Fundy. But there were also Acadians on the southwest shore, at Pubnico, at Cape Sable, and here, at Riviere au Rocheloy and Port Razoir.