History Collection #6 Exploration, fisheries, trade.

Curation of several websites used in lesson #6 at http://www.learnquebec.ca/histquecan_resources
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Why was there a stable market for fish?  Peasants or serfs would eat at sunrise, midday and sunset

GREAT site with info about meals, what was eaten, why, etc. We can use some of these info for hanging info sheets (in Page Protectors) Peasants or serfs would eat at sunrise, midday and sunset

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All about life in a medieval Castle. Living in castles, chateaux forts, stately homes, manor houses and great country houses

European exploration, 1420-1580

European Exploration And Colonization Map Map european explorations

JCabot_voyages1497_98.gif (455×350)

JCabot_voyages1497_98.gif (455×350)

Basque galleons ride at anchor in Red Bay, Labrador

Discover Red Bay, Labrador in Red Bay, Canada: A forlorn fishing village on the coast of Labrador, full of shipwrecks and Spanish gold.

Map of Newfoundland and eastern New France -  Prince Edward Island Museum --Newfoundland and eastern New France highlighting the fishing banks, ca. 1687 from The James W. MacNutt Collection of Historic Maps, Prince Edward Island Museum Number 94.84.4 via The Cod Rush The European Fishermen, 1497-1763

Map of Newfoundland and eastern New France - Prince Edward Island Museum --Newfoundland and eastern New France highlighting the fishing banks, ca. 1687 from The James W. MacNutt Collection of Historic Maps, Prince Edward Island Museum Number 94.84.4 via The Cod Rush The European Fishermen, 1497-1763

Map of Newfoundland and eastern New France -  Prince Edward Island Museum

Map of Newfoundland and eastern New France - Prince Edward Island Museum

Timeline of European exploration - Wikipedia

Timeline of European exploration - Wikipedia

Explorer John Cabot made a British claim to land in Canada, mistaking it for Asia, during his 1497 voyage on the ship Matthew.

Explorer John Cabot made a British claim to land in Canada, mistaking it for Asia, during his 1497 voyage on the ship Matthew.

Jacques Cartier

Jacques Cartier

Why did Jacques Cartier sail west for France?  Why did he return three times!

Why did Jacques Cartier sail west for France? Why did he return three times!

Why was there a stable market for fish?  Lust, Lies And Empire: The Fishy Tale Behind Eating Fish On Friday : The Salt : NPR

Lust, Lies And Empire: The Fishy Tale Behind Eating Fish On Friday

An old myth holds that Catholics eat fish on Fridays because of a secret pact a medieval pope made to sell more fish. That's just a fish tale. The real story behind fish Fridays is way better.

Peter's vision of the sheet with animals - Unclean animal - Wikipedia

Children's Bible Songs,Peter's vision on the rooftop and a message from God

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