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  • French interest in the New World began with Francis I of France, who in 1524 sponsored Giovanni da Verrazzano to navigate the region between Florida and
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  • Canadian LGBT History A free wikibook for students, allies and activists This is the Canadian LGBT History wikibook. The goal of this wikibook is
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  • returned to their village. At that point, Cartier decided to sail back to France and bring Donnaconna’s two sons with him: Domagaia and Taignagny. The following
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  • instrumental in creating New France. In 1608, he created a fur trading post that would grow into the city of Quebec. The French ran into many bloody conflicts
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  • The Vikings Landings Cabot through Cartier (1497 - 1534) French Settlement and New France (1534 - 1760) Acadia and Nova Scotia (1534-1763 Newfoundland
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  • British conquest of all of New France east of the Mississippi River, as well as Spanish Florida. France ceded control of French Louisiana west of the Mississippi
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  • Contributors • Print versionPre-colonial History • Overview • Two SpiritNew France • OverviewBritish North America • Overview • Buggery Law • Alexander WoodEarly
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  • Contributors • Print versionPre-colonial History • Overview • Two SpiritNew France • OverviewBritish North America • Overview • Buggery Law • Alexander WoodEarly
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  • Contributors • Print versionPre-colonial History • Overview • Two SpiritNew France • OverviewBritish North America • Overview • Buggery Law • Alexander WoodEarly
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  • Contributors • Print versionPre-colonial History • Overview • Two SpiritNew France • OverviewBritish North America • Overview • Buggery Law • Alexander WoodEarly
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  • Saint Malo, in 1551, aged 65. Samuel de Champlain was the "Father of New France". Founded Quebec City and today Lake Champlain is named in his honor.
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  • Netherlands New Guinea New Brunswick (Canada) New Caledonia New Hebrides (British) New Hebrides (French) New Republic New South Wales New Zealand New Zealand
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  • Europe, America and India. As a result of the Treaty of Paris, New France (the French territory in North America, including Quebec and land east of the
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  • language and British culture; many French-Canadians saw an opportunity to exert political control within a new largely French-speaking Quebec and fears of possible
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  • of the Mississippi to Britain, keeping back only the city of New Orleans. France gave New Orleans and the western part of Louisiana to Spain. It was a
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  • Minister of Canada) and his successor John Diefenbaker attempted to create a new, highly advanced jet fighter, the Avro Arrow. The controversial aircraft
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  • Contributors • Print versionPre-colonial History • Overview • Two SpiritNew France • OverviewBritish North America • Overview • Buggery Law • Alexander WoodEarly
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  • and the French (and the native American forces that allied with the French).Causes:a. Desire for territorial expansion Both New France and New England
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  • that fish. In turn France received the return of its sugar colony, Guadeloupe, which it considered more valuable than Canada. The new British rulers retained
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  • Island. The Conscription Crisis of 1944 greatly affected unity between French and English-speaking Canadians, though was not as politically intrusive
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