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Department
History
Course Code
HIS263Y1
Professor
Heidi Bohaker

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October 8
th
1. What was the immediate impact ofthe Conquest on New France?
2.What was t he British plan for t he new colony of Quebec? How did that change in 1774?
3.How did t he American Revolut ion challenge those plans?
-american revolution was a civil war before the other civil war and it benefited Canada as well
1759
-winning the war was easy but occupation was hard
-people are aware that americans are hungry for land
Articles of
the first rule was that you had to be loyal to king george
-people wouldn’t be harassed for praticising their religion
-you must take an owth of alligiance
Proclomation of 1763
-redrew the boundar ies
-catholicas are to be excluded from all political office
-the br itish had a system of local assembly but you had to have a cert ain about of land or wealth to be on the
assembly(had to be british or a man)
-there were only 50 prostants in all of quebec
-James Murray is some who was from Scotland understood t he clan system of the first nations
-he worked with the church very closely to earn their suppor t
-people were sur pr ised that the occupation was successful
Quebec Under Carlenton 1768-1778
He was t he one who realised that unless something was done to protect the seigneurs that the entire
question of land title i n quebec was up in the air
So what he does is get approval from England to pose and a ct called the quebec act=reform the governm ent
system in quebec, and will reinstate t he due or taxes that the seigneurs are able to collect
The invasion of qubec, 1775
-americans decided to invade quebec
-the ameri cans were pretty much saying that you either with us or against us
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American revolution
1776-1781
-it was a civil war and has close reltaion wit h t he French revolution
-it was the plan that t he 13 colonies would become independent states
-20%=true patr iots fighting for t he cause 20%=loyalists on t he side of the br itish and 60%were on the fence
-1763 the loyals found themselves havi ng to leave
Treaty of Paris, 1783
-Britain refuses to return to give back captured slaves
-the war isnt over but br titian starts to face chanllenges in Europe
-governor halimand=negotiated what was goi ng to happen to t he loyalists who moved to new
france(qubece) and he delt with the shanoyee tribes
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October 8 th 1. What was the immediate impact of the Conquest on New France? 2.What was the British plan for the new colony of Quebec? How did that change in 1774? 3.How did the American Revolution challenge those plans? -american revolution was a civil war before the other civil war and it benefited Canada as well 1759 -winning the war was easy but occupation was hard -people are aware that americans are hungry for land Articles of the first rule was that you had to be loyal to king george -people wouldnt be harassed for praticising their religion -you must take an owth of alligiance Proclomation of 1763 -redrew the boundaries -catholicas are to be excluded from all political office -the british had a system of local assembly but you had to have a certain about of land or wealth to be on the assembly(had to be british or a man) -there were only 50 prostants in all of quebec -James Murray is some who was from Scotland understood the clan system of the first nations -he worked with the church very closely to earn their support -people were surprised that the occupation was successful Quebec Under Carlenton 1768-1778 He was the one who
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