L'Acadie  Acadia was made up of the present Atlantic provinces of Canada : New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island (then known as Île St. Jean), parts of Newfoundland, and parts of Maine. Unfortunately, this peaceful beginning was followed by 150 years of struggle between the French and English for control of the continent. Except for some short periods of British occupation, Acadia remained French up to 1713. The inlet of Port Royal is shown in an exaggerated .

L'Acadie Acadia was made up of the present Atlantic provinces of Canada : New…

A map of Canada and New France, 1597, showing the indefinite nature of knowledge concerning the area before 1600.

Canada and New France the map shows the imprecise knowledge concerning the area before

Sillery vers 1650  Première mission près de Québec :Émigration des Wendats vers Québec

Sillery vers 1650 Première mission près de Québec :Émigration des Wendats vers Québec

Hudson Bay trade routes taken by the Voyageurs

Here are some links with information about voyageur life and the history of fur trading and even Hudson's bay company! Information about Voyageur life and fur trading Hudsons bay company history and the fur trade Animals used for fur trading

Vue de Québec (Cote d'Abraham) vers la fin du XIXe siècle.

Vue de Québec (Cote d'Abraham) vers la fin du XIXe siècle.

Départ des Wendats (Huron): Disparition de l'Huronie. Extrait de la Carte de la Nouvelle-France in du creux, Historia Canadensis 1660

Départ des Wendats (Huron): Disparition de l'Huronie. Extrait de la Carte de la Nouvelle-France in du creux, Historia Canadensis 1660

Sillery-Ossernon 1642

Sillery-Ossernon 1642

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Itineraries of Étienne Brûlé, first Frenchman to journey into the “Pays d’en Haut” or Upper Country

Deportation des Acadiens

Expulsion of the Acadians by Lewis Parker (c. The Acadian Expulsion was the forced deportation of the citizens of Acadia (an area that was spread out across modern day Nova Scotia…

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