What New France Is
CANADA IN 1713 (events)
The treaty of Utrecht cedes French Acadia, Newfoundland, Hudson Bay and the " county of the Iroquois".
Canada In 1713 (Births)
- Jean Baptiste of Verendrye born September 3rd, the eldest son Pierre Gaultier de Verendrye (died 1736).
- Michel Benard, councilor of the conseil souverain.
Who Are The First Nations People
First Nations people in Canada are the people who used to be called Indians, but this term is now considered incorrect by some. Early European explorers thought they were in India when they landed in North America, so they called the original inhabitants "Indians." Many people who were misnamed Indians now prefer to be called First Nations. First Nations people identify themselves by the nation to which they belong, for example, Mohawk, Cree, Oneida, and so on.
Who Were The Europeans In New France and Early Canada
French pesence in North America was marked by economic changes with Aboriginal peoples, but also by conflicts, as the French attempted to control this vast territory. They came to New Frence because they wanted to find new land and when the did they found the people and traded for furs for clothes.