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HIS263Y1 (268)

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University of Toronto St. George
Mc Kim/ Penfold

HIS 263 September 28, 2010 Major themes o The fur trade and the development of New France Establishment of Quebec permanent French outpost in 1608 Before that tried to establish a permanent base Port royal in Nova Scotia French choosenot the central point Name the broader area atlantic Canada wider area arcadia Distance of st. Lawrence river French abandon arcadia Decide to make Quebec capital of the French empire o Called new france Samuel Champlain o Map maker o Politician o Scientist, naturalists Father figure of French Canada o Important role of growth of new france Champlains Dream; mercantilism and he company of 100 associates Rival and surpass France itself o In population o Wealth o Military o This vision or dream inter related components Economics Recognize the fur trade project to grow Religious Morality Projecting Christian ideals in northern North America Small number of French settlers in the New World Large scale processings Conversion of natives Intermarriage natives and Europeans as a mix race Central to Champlains vision Move closer to their destiny Not early multicultural Not exchanging Takes for granted the superiority of Christianity western civilization o Quebec city for a base in 1608 French seethemselves as a permanent power o 1535 Jacques Cartier symbolic imperialism of planting a cross Desire a Christian place French going to be permanent occupiers Legal control over New France
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