Quebec, Canada

Bird view of Québec City, Québec, Canada - Chateau Frontenac (foreground) and Quebec's port where many tourists arrive by ship almost every day.

Planície de Abraham, Quebec City, Quebec - great picture

Plains of Abraham, Quebec City, Quebec - The Plains are visible at the top of the hill.

St. Anne de Beaupre in Quebec, Cananda

Anne de Beaupre in Quebec, Cananda. Mary Trotin had to make a public apology in 1667 on the steps of this church for spanking Nicolas Huot dit Saint-Laurent, of Sergent de Beaupre

"Indian and French Canadian, Market Place, Quebec" by John Crawford Young (1825-1827) at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa - While this is a 19th century depiction, the French-Canadians and the First Nations peoples have been borrowing from each other culturally ever since the earliest French colonization in Canada. It used to drive the French authorities and clergy nuts, seeing their colonists become far too "wild" for their tastes.

"Indian and French Canadian, Market Place, Quebec" by John Crawford Young at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa - While this is a century depiction, the French-Canadians and the First Nations peoples have been borrowing from each othe

If you have French-Canadian ancestry, you probably have encountered the term "Filles du Roi" at some point in your genealogy research. Millions of today's Canadians and Americans can find one or mo...

If you have French-Canadian ancestry, you probably have encountered the term "Filles du Roi" at some point in your genealogy research. Millions of today's Canadians and Americans can find one or mo.

First colonists of Quebec #AncestryContest

My ancestor, Noel Langlois is listed from top) on the plaque commemorating Lés Premiers Colons de Québec on the Hebert Monument in Quebec city.

Hôtel Dieu de Québec (Couvent des Soeurs Augustines rue des Remparts) en 1865

Hôtel Dieu de Québec (Couvent des Soeurs Augustines rue des Remparts) en 1865

French Fur Traders | Fur trade brigade (Frances Anne Hopkins)

Canadian Fur Traders of a Hudson's Bay Company Fur trade brigade (by Frances Anne Hopkins)

Part of a memorial to the first French Colonists who settled around L'Ange-Gardien, Quebec, Canada which is located 10 miles northeast of Quebec City on the north side of the St. Lawrence Seaway. (Photo courtesy of Roussin.org) Note "R. Brisson", he is my 8th grandfather.

Part of a memorial to the first French Colonists who settled around…

Le moulin à vent de Pointe-aux-Trembles est construit en 1719. C’est un des derniers moulins à farine du début du XVIIIe siècle à être encore debout aujourd'hui, probablement en raison de sa maçonnerie de très grande qualité. En 1985, la société funéraire Magnus Poirier acquiert le moulin et le fait restaurer. Il est dans l'arrondissement de Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles de la ville de Montréal. Photo : Jean-François Rodrigue 2007 © Ministère de la Culture et des Communications

Le moulin à vent de Pointe-aux-Trembles est construit en 1719. C’est un des derniers moulins à farine du début du XVIIIe siècle à être encore debout aujourd'hui, probablement en raison de sa maçonnerie de très grande qualité. En 1985, la société funéraire Magnus Poirier acquiert le moulin et le fait restaurer. Il est dans l'arrondissement de Rivière-des-Prairies-Pointe-aux-Trembles de la ville de Montréal. Photo : Jean-François Rodrigue 2007 © Ministère de la Culture et des Communications

Antique Map of the Great Lakes (1755) by Jacques Bellin - 18.6"x23" - Archival Print. $42.00, via Etsy.

Antique Map Of The Great Lakes By Jacques Nicolas Bellin - 1755 Art Print by Blue Monocle

Le manoir de Charleville, demeure d'inspiration française dont la partie la plus ancienne a été construite entre 1660 et 1667, constitue un précieux témoignage de l'architecture du XVIIe siècle. Construit sur une terre concédée à Charles Aubert de la Chesnaye, un important marchand de Québec, le manoir est l'une des plus anciennes maisons de la Côte-de-Beaupré. Photo: Marie-Claude Côté, 2003 © Ministère de la Culture et des Communications

Le manoir de Charleville, demeure d'inspiration française dont la partie la plus ancienne a été construite entre 1660 et 1667, constitue un précieux témoignage de l'architecture du XVIIe siècle. Construit sur une terre concédée à Charles Aubert de la Chesnaye, un important marchand de Québec, le manoir est l'une des plus anciennes maisons de la Côte-de-Beaupré. Photo: Marie-Claude Côté, 2003 © Ministère de la Culture et des Communications

Robert Drouin - In 1641, the surveyor, Jean Bourdon, drew a map of the Beaupré Coast on which we can locate the land of Robert Drouin. It was situated between the properties of Jacques Boissel and Claude Estienne, to the west of Rivière-aux-Chiens.

Robert Drouin - In the surveyor, Jean Bourdon, drew a map of the Beaupré Coast on which we can locate the land of Robert Drouin. It was situated between the properties of Jacques Boissel and Claude Estienne, to the west of Rivière-aux-Chiens.

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