A History of Canada: Dominion of the North

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Chapter 1 The Founding of New France, 1500-16631

(I) THE NORTH ATLANTIC FISHERIES AND THE FIRST FRENCH CONTACTS WITH NORTH AMERICA.(II) THE FUR TRADE AND THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PORT ROYAL AND QUEBEC.(III) THE FORTUNES OF THE EARLY FUR-TRADING COMPANIES.(IV) MISSIONS, GOVERNMENT, AND ECONOMIC GROWTH UNDER THE RULE OF THE COMPANY OF NEW FRANCE; THE STRUGGLE WITH THE IROQUOIS AND THE THREATENED COLLAPSE OF FRENCH POWER IN NORTH AMERICA.

Chapter 2 Fur Trade and Empire, 1663-171351

(I) THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ROYAL GOVERNMENT IN NEW FRANCE AND THE REORGANIZATION OF THE FRENCH EMPIRE IN NORTH AMERICA.(II) FISHERIES, FUR TRADE, AND EXPANSION TO THE UPPER LAKES AND THE MISSISSIPPI. (III) THE SEIGNIORIAL SYSTEM; SOCIAL CLASSES AND CULTURAL VALUES IN NEW FRANCE.(IV) FIRST PHASES OF THE ANGLO-FRENCH STRUGGLE FOR SUPREMACY IN NORTH AMERICA.

Chapter 3 The Crisis of a Culture, 1713-1763103

(I) LOUISBOURG AND THE FRENCH POSITION IN ACADIA; GROWING RIVALRY IN THE INTERIOR OF THE CONTINENT AND FRENCH EXPANSION TO THE PRAIRIES.(II) THE GROWTH OF A PROVINCIAL CULTURE; GOVERNMENT, RELIGION, AND EDUCATION IN EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY NEW FRANCE.(III) CLIMAX OF THE ANGLO-FRENCH CONFLICT AND THE DOWNFALL OF THE FRENCH EMPIRE IN NORTH AMERICA.

Chapter 4 The Survival of British North America, 1763-1815146

(I) IMPERIAL REORGANIZATION AND ITS EFFECTS ON NOVA SCOTIA AND QUEBEC; THE NORTHERN PROVINCES AND THE

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