She was sent to New France
as the leader of a group of nuns to establish the Ursuline Order in New France
The files du roi were young women, mostly under the age of twenty-five, whose forced migration to New France
between 1663 and 1673 was part of a population-building program for the colony sponsored by King Louis XIV--hence, the term "King's Daughters.
In the peace negotiations at Paris, Britain obtained Florida from the Spanish, and all of New France
from the French, except for the islands of St.
Quebecers call the British victory "the conquest," and it signaled the end of New France
Although the corpus on drinking in New France
is limited, the author was able to dig up numerous historical and anthropological documents about this activity from France, England and the United States.
The filles du roi were a group of nearly 800 French women who immigrated to New France
as potential brides for the male colonists.
coach Didier Deschamps admits he has a difficult job in front of him after Les Bleus' disappointing Euro 2012 campaign.
The Canadian citizens paid for bronze cannons to be placed on either side of the grand column to remind future generations of the last and most important of all the French forts that were built in this part of the New World in the days when Canada was known as New France
coach Philippe Saint-Andre has also named one uncapped player as he calls up Clermont centre Wesley Fofana for Saturday's match against Italy.
A chronological history of the presence of blacks in Canada from slavery in New France
to immigration in the 1970s.
boss Philippe Saint-Andre is confident he can end 100 years of French rugby fragility - but only if he is given more time with his players.
boss Philippe Saint-Andre was yesterday confident he could end 100 years of French rugby fragility - but only if he was given more time with his players.