Evidence suggests that Iroquois traders, whose freedom to travel and trade was guaranteed by League 'covenants' with New France
and New York, had acquired intimate knowledge of both the Albany and Montreal markets by the late 1670s.
Saint de Laval, known for defending Native Americans from exploitation, happens to be the first bishop from New France
Francois de Laval, the first bishop of New France
, whose relics are venerated in the cathedral.
ORMESBY will have new France
international joining Sarah Berge their ranks as they begin the defence of their Women's British Table Tennis League in the first round of matches in Wolverhampton this weekend.
Bride of New France
is Suzanne Desrochers' debut novel.
Good Day Sun King" is a vocal and instrumental concert of baroque music from New Orleans and New France
(aka Quebec) performed by Seattle's Baroque Northwest.
Quebec's identity has been contentious since the 1760s when the British completed their takeover of what was then called New France
The market is to work to build a sustainable pool located 9 rue Maurice Bouchor, at the intersection with the street of New France
, Montreuil, on a plot of about 14,500 square meters and the Planning an urban square with an area of ?
During this war, General James Wolfe defeated the French General, the Marquis de Montcalm, on the Plains of Abraham in 1759 and the British completed the submission of New France
with the capitulation of Montreal in 1760.
Over the next two centuries, a power struggle emerged between New France
, as the French colonies in North America were known, and the growing British colonies in North America (see map).
17) Finally, drinking had a spiritual function in New France
because of its association with the Eucharistic ritual in Catholicism.
Few families immigrated to the Southern colonies of the United States or the colonies of New France