Module 1-3

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  • Oct 6, 1534

    Jacques Cartier's first voyage

    Jacques Cartier's first voyage
    Jacques cartier makes his first voyage. her went and made a map of the saint lawrence. He reported what he found to the king. he found what he thought was gold. he found timber, and lots of fish.
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    Fur trade

    Economics The Fur trade started in the 1600's and the pelt tht wasmost in demand was the beaver pelt. but in the 1850's, furs started to become scarce because of overtrapping of beavers and the wood industry started to become a large part of the economy of New France
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    economics Mercantilism a way of financial organization theory. European Countries thought it was essential to possess as much gold as possible. You would accomplish this by exporting more than you import. Take in natural resources from colonies you had control over and sell finished goods.
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    Catholic VS. protestant

    culture In England the official religion was christian protestant so all the people coming from great britain to the thirteen colonies were also protestant. In France, the religion was catholic so the people in New France were all catholic.
  • Port Royal is established

    Port Royal is established
    settlement The king first sent a voyage to establish port Royal but it failed becuase of its location.
  • Quebec is founded

    Quebec is founded
    settlement Samuel de Champlain founds Quebec. He chose its location becuase it is where the river narrows and it is a good place to trade with the Amerindians because of this.
  • Trois-Rivieres is established

    Trois-Rivieres is established
    settlement Laviolette establishes Trois-Riviere in 1634
  • Montreal is established

    Montreal is established
    settlement Montreal is established deep in roquois territory to try and convert them.
  • royal government

    royal government
    power This new government had a new power chain. it went the king, then the minister of the marine, then the governor, the soveriegn council and then bishop, then it was the intendant and then captain of the militia and then finally, the people
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    population increase

    population the population increased from 3000 to 70 000 because of measures put in place by jean talon. he gave money to large families and gave money to people who got married young. He penalized people who got married old
  • end of first intercolonial war

    end of first intercolonial war
    power the first intercolonial war ends with the signing of the treaty of ryswick
  • End of the second intercolonial war

    End of the second intercolonial war
    power the second colonial war ended with the signing of the treaty of Utrecht.
  • Third intercolonial war ends

    Third intercolonial war ends
    power the third intercolonial war ends with the signing of the treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle in 1748
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    the seven years war

    the fourth intercolonial war (the seven years war) was fought between 1756 and 1763. It ended with the signing of the treaty of Paris in 1763.
  • Louisbourg falls

    Louisbourg falls
    power Louisbourg falls clearing the way to enter the St. Lawrence and attack Quebec
  • Battle on the Plains of Abraham

    Battle on the Plains of Abraham
    power The French and English fought on the plains of Abraham. It was general Wolfes English soldiers Vs, General Montcalms soldiers. The battle was won by the English but both generals die.
  • Roman catholic rel;igion could be practiced

    Roman catholic rel;igion could be practiced
    religion After the wa one of the terms that were set for the ffrench to surrender was that the people would be allowed to practice the Roman Catholic religion, and not necessarily the protestant one practiced in England but the bishop would be required to leave.
  • Royal proclamation

    Royal proclamation
    power The goal of the royal proclamation was to try and assimilate the French.
  • Quebec Act

    Quebec Act
    power the Quebec act was seen as the last straw by the Americans
  • loyalists

    settlement after the treaty of Versaille the loyalists who were still loyal to the king, did not want to stay in the thirteen colonies so some settled in Canada and some in Quebec. of the 36000 that settled in Canada, most were near the maritimes. of the 6000 that settles in Quebec, most of them settle in Montreal