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Lecture 4

Lecture 4 Part 3 – French-Native Relations

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Department
History
Course Code
History 2201E
Professor
Linda Sabathy- Judd

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Lecture 4 Part 3 – French-Native Relations  French-Native Relations o Called the natives sauvage, meaning wild/different  Becomes thvage in English o Policy in the 17 century was to assimilate them into French culture  Wanted French and Natives to intermarry to boost demographics of the colonies; miscegenation  Important for the colony to survive  Promised that Christianized Natives would be given French citizenship; didn’t mean anything to the Natives  Giving them citizen status, Cardinal Richelieu wanted them to be citizens of New France, had to follow their laws and legitimized their claims
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