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(kan'ă-dă),
Wilma J., 20th-century U.S. radiologist. See: Cronkhite-Canada syndrome.
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The wooden building is an outstanding example in Canada of the mission churches of New France. It still maintains much of its original character, although it has undergone various changes over time.
One could quibble with assertions, such as the claim that New France lacked industries or puzzling statements, such as "rewarded the Ohio Valley," "papal bull ...
In 1663 there was still only one woman of marriageable age for every six men in New France, making the future of the colony seem to be in serious jeopardy The establishment of royal government in 1663 brought added impetus to immigration.
By drawing on many sources (state correspondence, notarial, judicial, and church documentation, French-Indian dictionaries), Brett Rushforth highlights Indian slavery in new ways, addressing an aspect of French colonialism that has usually been neglected by historians of New France. In reconstructing indigenous and colonial forms of slavery, he combines ethnohistory (new Indian history) with both Atlantic history and Imperial history.
"Evidence suggests that Iroquois traders, whose freedom to travel and trade was guaranteed by League 'covenants' with New France and New York, had acquired intimate knowledge of both the Albany and Montreal markets by the late 1670s.
Saint de Laval, known for defending Native Americans from exploitation, happens to be the first bishop from New France. Saint Marie was an Ursuline nun.
Francois de Laval, the first bishop of New France, whose relics are venerated in the cathedral.
By overwriting The Tempest's island setting with the socio-political context of New France in 1608, La Tempete reconfigured power structures to re-envision Shakespeare's text.
The oldest area in the city of Montreal, with few remains dating back to New France. Very popular among tourists who enjoy strolling through the Vieux- Montreal filled with shops, restaurants, and cafes.
Bride of New France. Toronto: Penguin, 2011.294 pp.
"Good Day Sun King" is a vocal and instrumental concert of baroque music from New Orleans and New France (aka Quebec) performed by Seattle's Baroque Northwest.
During this war, General James Wolfe defeated the French General, the Marquis de Montcalm, on the Plains of Abraham in 1759 and the British completed the submission of New France with the capitulation of Montreal in 1760.

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