History 30s - Europeans Arrive Part I

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  1. 1534
    Jacques Cartier makes his first voyage to the St. Lawrence for France.
  2. 1608
    Samuel de Champlain establishes a settlement at Quebec.
  3. 1663
    France begins an aggressive program of colonization to its colony in New France.
  4. 1763
    Treaty of Paris ends the Seven Years' War between Great Britain and France. Tis ends France's role in the northern North America.
  5. 1867
    Confederation - British North American Act establishes Canada when: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick unite.
  6. 1870
    Canada confirms its claim to the West when Manitoba joins the Confederation.
  7. 1885
  8. The Canadian Pacific Railway is completed to the Pacific.
  9. 1914-1918
    World War I
  10. 1939-1945
    World War II
  11. 1982
    Constitution Act (also called the Canada Act) finalizes a Canadian Constitution and Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
  12. Jacques Cartier makes his first voyage to the St. Lawrence for France.
    1534
  13. Samuel de Champlain establishes a settlement at Quebec.
    1608
  14. France begins an aggressive program of colonization to its colony in New France.
    1663
  15. Treaty of Paris ends the Seven Years' War between Great Britain and France. Tis ends France's role in the northern North America.
    1763
  16. Confederation - British North American Act establishes Canada when: Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick unite.
    1867
  17. Canada confirms its claim to the West when Manitoba joins the Confederation.
    1870
  18. The Canadian Pacific Railway is completed to the Pacific.
    1885
  19. World War I
    1914-1918
  20. World War II
    1939-1945
  21. Constitution Act (also called the Canada Act) finalizes a Canadian Constitution and Charter of Rights and Freedoms.
    1982
  22. A sea lane through the Arctic linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
    Northwest passage
  23. An economical theory that a country can accumulate wealth by importing raw materials from and exporting manufactured goods to colonies.
    mercantilism
  24. The practice of one country exercising political, economical, and cultural power and control over another region or peoples.
    colonialism
  25. Exclusive rights to trade or conduct business in a particular area.
    monopoly
  26. A community organized around a church.
    parish
  27. Missionaries from a Roman Catholic order known as the Society of Jesus; provide religious , educational, and social support to colonists in Nouvelle-France.
    Jesuits
  28. A method of land ownership in which a lord or seigneur rents out land to habitant who farm the land.
    seigneurial sustem
  29. Unlicensed French fur traders who travelled among and lived with First Nations of the Northwest.
    coureurs de bois
  30. Young French women who were sent to Nouvelle-France to become and lived with First Nations of the Northwest.
    filles du roi
  31. (1713) a treaty between Britain and France in which Nouvelle-France lost vast territories to British control.
    Treaty of Utrecht
  32. People from Acadia; the first French settlements in North America.
    Acadians
  33. (1760) the terms by which Nouvelle-France surrendered to British forces.
    Articles of Capitulation
  34. (1763) the treaty that ended the Seven Years' War between Britain and Grace; (1783) the treaty that ended the American War of Independence and Britain's colonial ties to the USA.
    Treaty of Paris
  35. First Nations who profited in the fur trade as intermediaries between inland First Nations and European traders.
    middlemen

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