A History of Canada: - Vol. 1

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ABBREVIATIONS USED
Aff. Etr.Ministère des Affaires étrangères (Department of For-
eign Affairs, France)
Arch. Can.Public Archives of Canada
Arch. Char.-Inf.Archives of Charente-Inférieure
Arch. Col.Colonial Archives ( France)
Arch. Nat.National Archives ( France)
Biblio. Nat. F. fr.Bibliothèque Nationale, Fonds français (Paris)
Biblio. Nat. N. A.Bibliothèque Nationale, Nouvelles Acquisitions ( Paris)
Cal. State PapersCalendar of State Papers ( England)
Corr. pol.Political correspondence, Public Archives of Canada
Edits & Ord.Edits et Ordonnances royaux
Jugts. & Dél.Jugements et déliberations du conseil souverain
Lettres de la Mère MarieLettres de la Mère Marie de l'Incarnation
Min. Col.Ministère des Colonies (Department of the Colonies,
France)
RelationsJesuit Relations (The figure which follows this title is
that of the year of the Relations to which the notes
refer.)

CHAPTER I
1. Annuaire du Canada ( Ottawa, 1953) p. 1. The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics alone, covering 8,598,679 square miles in Europe and Asia, exceeds Canada's area. Annuaire statistique des Nations Unies, 1949-50.
2. F. J. Alcock, Geology of Canada ( Ottawa: National Museum of Canada, 1951). Henry M. Ami, North America, Vol. I: Canada and Newfoundland ( London: Compendium of Geography and Travel, 1915). This is an excellent study embracing geography, geology, flora and fauna. Commission of Conservation, Canada: Lands, Fisheries, Game and Minerals ( Ottawa, 1919). Annuaire, 1947, pp. 1 and 19-30; 1951, pp. 14-27.
3. Annuaire, 1953, pp. 13-19. Ami, op. cit., pp. 1-25. Cf. J. W. Watson , "Canada, Power Vacuum or Pivot Area," New Compass of the World ( New York, 1949). Raoul Blanchard, L'Amérique du Nord ( Paris, 1933).
4. Ami, op. cit., pp. 28-61.
5. Ami, loc. cit. Annuaire, 1953, pp. 6-8. In a single region covering five thousand square miles in Saskatchewan, cartography reveals 7,500 lakes.
6. Ami, op. cit., pp. 30-31.
7. Annuaire, 1953, pp. 9-10. Ami, op. cit., pp. 29-45.
8. Ami, loc. cit.
9. A. J. Connor, "Le Climat du Canada," Annuaire du Canada, 1943, pp. 43-67. Ami, op. cit., pp. 64-68. Cf. Benoît Brouillette, "Le Climat continental," La Chasse des animaux à fourrures au Canada ( Paris, 1934) Ch. 1, pp. 19-32.
10. The Voyages of Jacques Cartier, H. P. Biggar, ed. ( Ottawa, 1924) p. 159. Œuvres de Champlain, Abbé C. H. Laverdière, ed. ( Quebec, 1870) Vol. V, pp. 662-63. Ami, op. cit., passim. R. M. Anderson, "Faune du Canada," Annuaire du Canada, 1937, pp. 31-46. Claude Melançon, Nos Animaux chez eux ( Quebec, 1934). Brouillette, op. cit.

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