CANA 1F91 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Report On The Affairs Of British North America, Jean Charest, National Assembly Of Quebec

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Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
Cana 1F91 Lecture #2 * Dates are not important for midterm
“New France and the Conquest”
Objective:
- To provide a brief history of New France and Acadia
- To discuss the conquest and what it means to French and English Canadians
- To discuss how the conquest has been utilized by various groups/people for their own
respective purposes
Key Terms:
- Jacques Cartier
- Samuel de Champlain
- Huron
- James Wolfe
- The conquest
- Quebec act
- Myth of Unity
- 2009 Re-enactment of the pans of Abraham
 Early Exploration of New France
- Jacques Cartier (1491-1557)
- First Voyage (1534)
- Second Voyage (1535-1536)
- Third Voyage (1541-1542)
Accomplishments
1. Exploration
2 Charlesbourg-royal
3. Relations with Donnacona
4. “The land that god gave to Cain”
 Early Colonization of New France
- Samuel de Champlain (1574-1635) “The father of new France”
St Croix Island (1604)
Port Royale (1605)
Quebec (July 3, 1608)
- Relations with Aboriginals
Huron
 French-English Relations
- Series of wars between the French and the English
Nine years war (1688-1697)
The war of the Spanish Succession (17
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