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Four Directions Teachings: A visually stunning audio narrated resource for learning about Indigenous knowledge and philosophy from five diverse First Nations in Canada. Aboriginal Education, Indigenous Education, Aboriginal History, Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal People, Indigenous People Of Canada, Principles Of Learning, Indigenous Knowledge, Student Voice

Aboriginal Online Teachings and Resource Centre - © 2006 - 2015 All Rights Reserved 4D Interactive Inc., a subsidiary of Invert Media Inc.

FourDirectionsTeachings.com is a visually stunning audio narrated resource for learning about Indigenous knowledge and philosophy from five diverse First Nations in Canada. The site is provided in English with French subtitles and includes curriculum resources in both English and French.

French-Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan - The FCHSM's Filles du Roi and Carignan Salières Regiment Chart ProgramSee our History of New France page for Part 4 of the Century Timeline which covers the period July 1663 - 1668 American History Lessons, French History, Canadian History, Canadian Art, Native American History, American Indian Art, American War, Early American, British North America

A Chronology of Canadian Military History - 1650-1760

The Canadian War Museum - A Chronology of Canadian Military History. New France's Militarized Society. 1650-1760 A militia system of civilian soldiers was a basic feature of society in New France.

Virtual museum of New France in America (Daily Life) Social Studies Curriculum, Social Studies Resources, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching History, British North America, Samuel De Champlain, Canadian History, History Major, Fur Trade

Introduction | Virtual Museum of New France

COLONIES AND EMPIRES THE EXPLORERS ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES POPULATION DAILY LIFE HERITAGE USEFUL LINKS CREDITS

 French colonists included for traders and Catholic priests.They developed friendlier relations with Native Americans.They relied on others to do trapping and traded with them for the furs. Social Studies Textbook, 4th Grade Social Studies, Social Studies Resources, Teacher Resources, Teaching Ideas, Native Canadian, Canadian History, American History, British North America

The Canadian Encyclopedia

France was a colonial power in North America from the early 16th century, the age of European discoveries and fishing expeditions, to the early 19th century, when Napoléon Bonaparte sold Louisiana to the United States.

Early Canada Historical Narratives — Battle On The Plains of Abraham – 2020 World Travel Populler Travel Country Canadian Social Studies, Plains Of Abraham, British North America, Independence War, Ontario Curriculum, Capital Of Canada, Historical Architecture, Colonial Architecture, Seven Years' War

A Chronology of Canadian Military History - 1760-1763

The Canadian War Museum - A Chronology of Canadian Military History. The Fall of New France. 1760-1763 British troops occupied the remainder of New France, which became a British colony in 1763.

Québec History 6 - French and English Rivalry Canadian Social Studies, Social Studies Curriculum, Fur Trade, Modern History, First Nations, 17th Century, Indiana, School Ideas, Native American

Québec History 6 - French and English Rivalry

Québec a Nation History (Part 6) King William's War - Première Guerre intercoloniale A coureur des bois (runner of the woods) was an independant individual w...

Mercantile System - France and other European countries depended on their colonies for raw materials like fur, fish, wood, sugar, tobacco. They would use these raw products to manufacture goods. When they sold these goods they made a healthy profit. Canadian History, American History, Raw Products, British North America, Louisiana Purchase, Economic Systems, American Revolutionary War, European Countries, West Indies

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Trade played a large role in the economic system of the 17th and 18th centuries. But it was not a "free trade" such as that which governs much of the world today. European nations jealously guarded the trade that would enrich them and prevented trade...

Québec History 2 - 1608 Samuel de Champlain (This is really good. Puts you right there at the beginning of Champlain's Québec) When you think of how brave and intrepid these early explorers of our country were, it just makes one amazed (and very proud). Samuel De Champlain, Modern History, Us History, Canadian History, American History, Tropic Of Capricorn, Chateau Frontenac, Early Explorers, Elementary My Dear Watson

Québec History 2 - 1608 Samuel de Champlain

Québec a Nation History (Part 2) 1608 Samuel de Champlain Samuel de Champlain, "The Father of New France", was a French navigator, cartographer, soldier, exp...