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Lecture #1 9/15/2015 9:01:00 PM
Migration to Early Canada:
France and England colonize “Canada”
European Expansion
The St. Lawrence Valley
o Migrations
o Settlements
o Why so few settlers
Acadia/Nova Scotia
Newfoundland
The Northwest
Immigration, 1500-1760
Small, erratic immigration; scattered settlements
Colonization of Canada by France and England
o Established social norms France and Canada (French &
English)
Charter groups
o Early Canada a label that was given to the vast majority of
Canada now
Early Canada = a historian’s convenience
Focus on newcomers, not the Aboriginal peoples
Sources limited
Missing = large numbers of testimonies/memoirs
o A large majority of these people were illiterate
o We have documents of governments that were apart of such
organizations
o Documents from merchants who transported the immigrants
European Expansion 16th & 17th centuries
Gold, god, and glory
Economic goals: fish, furs
o Gold was scarce
o A substantial trade drove colonization in that direction
Religious goals: conversion of Aboriginal population
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o Spreading Christianity around the world and one place was
in North America; they were interested in the Indigenous
people, thinking that they were in need of saving
Imperial goals: prestige by acquiring an empire
o The crown was interested in pumping up their prestige; to
found colonies wherever they could
Map of New France:
English colonies = the 13 states that were colonized
The St. Lawrence Valley (‘Canada’):
Explored 1530’s and claimed by France
o Short-lived attempts at settlements
First permanent colonial settlement at ‘Quebec’
o Samuel de Champlain, 1608
Base for fur trade and missions to the Aboriginal
peoples
Nucleus of settlement
Colonization:
Crown down-loaded task to fur trade companies
o Had to get trading rights from the government; and if you
wanted those rights you had to bring colonists
o Didn’t need a lot of French people to deal with fur trade
Only 3,000 arrivals by 1660
Royal intervention, 1663, King Louis XIV
o Decided to intervene more rigorously in this colony wanted
to develop the region; encouraged migration/emigration from
France
Substantial migration 1660s and 1670s, then sporadically, as crown
lost interest
o Only occasionally remembered that they were keen to see
emigrants go from France to Canada
Newcomer Population:
Only about 300 self-financed immigrant settlers
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Document Summary

Migration to early canada: france and england colonize canada , european expansion, the st. lawrence valley, migrations, settlements, why so few settlers, acadia/nova scotia, newfoundland, the northwest. Immigration, 1500-1760: small, erratic immigration; scattered settlements, colonization of canada by france and england, established social norms france and canada (french & English: charter groups, early canada a label that was given to the vast majority of. Sources limited: missing = large numbers of testimonies/memoirs, a large majority of these people were illiterate, we have documents of governments that were apart of such organizations, documents from merchants who transported the immigrants. English colonies = the 13 states that were colonized. The st. lawrence valley ( canada"): explored 1530"s and claimed by france, short-lived attempts at settlements, first permanent colonial settlement at quebec", samuel de champlain, 1608, base for fur trade and missions to the aboriginal peoples, nucleus of settlement.

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