Module 1-3 Project

By GabyF
  • Oct 5, 1541

    Jaques Cartier's 3rd voyage

    Jaques Cartier's 3rd voyage
    In 1541, Jaques Cartier set off for his 3rd voyage. This time, his purpose was to attempt to set up a colony, he was trying to settle down and have a permanent settlement. He wasn't successful. Also, the missionaries attempted to convert the natives. Unfortunately, France lost interest for 60 years.
  • The Establishment Of Port Royale (Nova Scotia)

    The Establishment Of Port Royale (Nova Scotia)
    In 1605, the king sent out a voyage to establish a settlement in Nova Scotia called Port Royale. Samuel De Champlain established it along with two another men named Pierre Dugua and Sieur de Mons. Unfortunately, Port Royale failed because it didn't have good positioning.
  • The Monopoly the Company Of 100 Associates

    The Monopoly the Company Of 100 Associates
    The King Of France appointed the Company Of 100 Associatesto populate the colony. The compagny managed to attracted numerous inhabitants. Because the Company Of 100 Associates took part mostly in the fur trade, they attracted more men than woman because of the economy.
  • Paul Chomedy De Maisonneuve discovers Montreal

    Paul Chomedy De Maisonneuve discovers Montreal
    Maisonnuve found a iroquis territory. He established it and along with that he tried to convert some of the natives living on that terriotry. This new territory is called Ville Marie
  • Intendant Jean Talon tried to populate New France

    Intendant Jean Talon tried to populate New France
    The king wanted to foster the development of New France so he created the position of the Intendant which he gave the role to Jean Talon. Jean Talons role was to increase and diversify the population so that more men and woman would want to immigrate the New France.
  • The Test Act in 1673

    The Test Act in 1673
    The test act is a test of oath of allegiance where you swear to the king that you are loyal and can hold an important position.
  • Priests starting to evangerlise in 1760

    Priests starting to evangerlise in 1760
    The church became in charge of different things like: parishes, priests starting working as missionaries and evangelising, the nuns started to working in hospitals and schools.
  • Clergy trying to convert the world in The Articles Of Capitualation in 1760

    Clergy trying to convert the world in The Articles Of Capitualation in 1760
    Europeens become interrested in exploration. The people that became interessted in exploration were merchants to find new routes for trade. Scholars to discover the New World. The Super-Power Countries because they wanted more land and the Clergy to convert the new world.
  • Treaty Of Paris in 1763

    Treaty Of Paris in 1763
    Treaty of Paris. The 7 year war ended. All the territory of New France was given to the King Of England.
  • The Royal Proclamation in 1763

    The Royal Proclamation in 1763
    The King’s new colony got a name, The Province of Quebec
    1- The boarders around the St-Lawrence river valley decreased. The rest of the land would be known as Indian Territory.
    2- Put in place a civilian Government to run the new

    Colony
    4- English Criminal and Civil laws were in use.
    5- Land that was not used would be divided by the Township System
    6-No new Bishop would be allowed in the land
    7-No Roman Catholics could hold public office (Test Act)
  • The Quebec Act in 1774

    The Quebec Act in 1774
    The Quebec Act guarantees the french canadian loyalty, it makes the area of quebec bigger, made a council of 17 members or more, french civil laws were established, tithe and seigniorial system is back,
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    Clergy evangelising people in the 15th-16th century

    Europeens become interrested in exploration. The people that became interessted in exploration were merchants to find new routes for trade. Scholars to discover the New World. The Super-Power Countries because they wanted more land and the Clergy to convert the new world.
  • 1663 Royal Government

    1663 Royal Government
    King Louis the 14th, the king at the time in New France, found that the economy and population was suffering and wasn’t developing. He decided to make a new system called the Royal Government. It consisted of(in order) the king, minister of the marine, governor, sovereign council, bishop, intendant, captain of the militia and the people.
  • Beaver Crisis in 1715

     Beaver Crisis in 1715
    In the 1690‘s there was a beaver crisis. fur-fashion was out of style and less merchants were purchasing beaver pelts. Because of this, pelts were starting to pile up in warehouses. Therefore the King demanded a slow down in the fur trade. .After having many difficulties, the fur trade regain its strength in 1715.