A History of Canada - Vol. 2

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

PRELIMINARY NOTE
Some archival collections have been reclassified since the author consulted them, and for this reason some references may not indicate the present titles and numbers of collections or the present order of items in them. The date, which is indicated in each case, will serve to identify the document in question.No attempt has been made to present an exhaustive bibliography of the period under review. The lists which follow contain only the names of essential works and those which have been consulted by the author.
DOCUMENTARY SOURCES IN MANUSCRIPT
There are copies or photostats of most of the following series and collections in the National Archives in Ottawa.
FRENCH SOURCES

Archives nationales:
Série E. Conseils du Roi. I. Conseil des Finances.
Série F2A.Colonies.
Série F3.Collection Moreau de Saint-Méry.
Série G7.Contrô1e général des Finances.
Série J. Trésor des Chartres.
Série K. Section historique.
Série V6.Grande Chancellerie et Conseil.
Série Z. Juridictions spéciales et ordinaires.

Archives des Colonies:
Série A. Actes du Pouvoir souverain.
Série B. Correspondance ministérielle et Ordres et Dépêches du Roi. Lettres envoyées aux colonies.
Série C11A. Canada et Dépendances. (Lettres des gouverneurs, intendants, et officiers et autres.)
Série C11C. Terre-Neuve, Iles de la Madeleine et Saint-Jean.
Série C11D. Acadie.

Archives de la Marine:
Dépôt des cartes et plans de la Marine.

Ministère des Affaires étrangères:
Mémoires et Documents: Amérique.
Correspondance politique: Angleterre.

Bibliothèque Nationale:
Fonds français.
Nouvelles Acquisitions.
Collection Moreau.
M+00E9langes Colbert.

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