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Toronto during the French regime

Percy James Robinson

Toronto during the French regime

a history of the Toronto Region from Brûlé to Simcoe, 1615-1793.

by Percy James Robinson

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Toronto (Ont.),
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Rocheblave, Phillipe François de Rastel, chevalier de, 1727-1802,
    • Toronto (Ont.) -- History,
    • Canada -- History -- To 1763 (New France)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliographical footnotes.

      StatementIllustrated by C. W. Jefferys.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1059.5.T68 R65 1965
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 274 p.
      Number of Pages274
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5935997M
      LC Control Number65003215
      OCLC/WorldCa480284

        Salon du livre de Toronto This Francophone book fair happens annually towards the end of the year. The edition takes place at the Toronto Reference Library . This book examines the role of the Vichy regime in bringing about profound changes in the French colonial empire after World War II. In the war's aftermath, the French colonial system began to break down. Indochina erupted into war in and Madagascar in , while Guadeloupe chose an opposite course, becoming territorially part of France in

      "Etienne Br6le," Dictionary of Canadian Biography (Toronto, ), 1, ; Percy J. Robinson, Toronto During the French Regime (Toronto, ), 6 [Volume] 11, Le Comptoir, (Montreal, ), This does not question the location of Carantoaian, the Indian village which Brul6 was said to haveAuthor: Donald H. Kent. During the French régime, Quebec was the centre of all movements, the headquarters of missionaries, fur-traders, explorers, and military forces in New France. During the wars between France and England, it was the scene of memorable conflicts.

        French and Indians in the Heart of North America, , Edited by Robert Englebert and Guillaume Teasdale. East Lansing, Michigan, Michigan State University Press; Winnipeg, University of Manitoba Press, xxxiii, pp. $ US (paper). The eight essays in this engaging volume are particularly well-suited one with another.   Anthony Bourdain’s Greatest Triumph Was Calling B.S. on French Food. There was even the sacred book of It was almost as though the cult-like Author: Clive Irving.


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W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Toronto During the French Regime. A History of the Toronto Region from Brule to Simcoe, Author: Percy J. Robinson. The story of the Toronto Carrying-place, and its rôle during the century and a half of French rule before the arrival of Simcoe, is the story of a dramatic and picturesque period in Toronto's past.

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Robinson, Percy J. Toronto during the French regime: a history of the Toronto region from Brule to Simcoe, Toronto, Ryerson, p. Illus. William John Eccles (J – October 2, ), commonly known as W. Eccles, was a historian of Canada. Born in Thirsk, North Yorkshire, England, his family immigrated to Canada in the studied at McGill University under historian Edward Robert Adair and at the Sorbonne in Paris.

His book Canada under Louis XIV is dedicated to E.R. ity control: BNE: XX, BNF:. Historicist: The Village of Teiaiagon. Robinson in his book Toronto During the French Robinson, Toronto During the French Regime: A History of the Toronto Region from Brule.

The French Regime in the Upper Country of Canada During the Seventeenth Century Previous volume The French Regime in the Upper Country of Canada During the Seventeenth Century The Town of York, A Further Collection of Documents of Early Toronto (volume II) Edith G.

Firth. The Valley of the Trent. Edwin C. Guillet. Start with predominantly English Toronto, then proceed to French-English Montreal, and finally end at all-French Quebec City. The transport mode to use while you ponder Canada’s identity is the entity that tied the country together–the railroad.

New France: Forming Families in a New Land: Gender imbalance, Les filles du roi, and choice of spouse in New France / Yves Landry; Unwed mothers, families, and society during the French regime / Marie-Aimée Cliche -- Native Peoples and Occupiers: Confrontations of Family Norms and Economic Systems: "The custom of the country": an examination of fur trade marriage practices / Sylvia Van Kirk.

Lasserre said the bookstore would fill a void in the city. He added he hoped it would be open to the public before the Salon du Livre de Toronto, the book fair that begins Dec.

Skip to Main Content (Press Enter) Sign in | Register Cart. New France (French: Nouvelle-France), also sometimes known as the French North American Empire or Royal New France, was the area colonized by France in America, beginning with the exploration of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence by Jacques Cartier in and ending with the cession of New France to Great Britain and Spain in under the Treaty of Paris ().Capital: Quebec.

Born in England, Glenn Turner grew up in Rexdale, near the valley of the Humber River. In high school he discovered Percy Robinson's book Toronto during the French Régime, which sparked a lifelong interest in the region's early history and particularly in the Toronto Carrying Place.

Now living in Ottawa, Glenn has been writing for publication since Places to buy French books in Toronto? I was wondering if anyone knew a place in Toronto with a decent selection of French books particularly novels. I want to practice my French a bit and would much rather read an actual book than just read the news online but it doesn't seem like there's anywhere in Toronto that really carries French lit.The end of the French Regime Sometimes, it doesn’t take much to change the course of history: a bullet, a stab, a flea a handful of French settlers.

Historians agree that the fall of New France encouraged the rebel colonies in New England to seriously plan a revolution.