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1663to1763TheChurchsocialstructuresanddevelopment-2.pdf

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History
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HIST260
Professor
David Mills

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The Church and Social Structures 1663 1763September 25th 2013CanadizationThe French Seigneurial changed because of the land It was a social rather than an economic system There wasnt enough people for it to be economicThe Canadian peasant called themselves Inhabitants instead of citizensThe Roman Catholic Church was built from the bottom up The Parish level was the effective there was little power at the topThe Class structure was more fluid and there was pretty much only two classesAfter 1730 there was almost constant warfare till 1769ParishesA Priest was well educated a local leader had economica and a social role as well as religious roles Priests could draw up wills and contracts since there were no lawyers The tithe of 126 of grain so the crown had to pay the
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