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TWPSG7A CT

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HISTORY PROJECT: CANADA'S HISTORY
DISCOVERY OF NORTH AMERICA
1500'S - 1675'S
North America was first found in 1492 while trying to find a route to the Orient, some main explorers are; Samuel de Champlain, Jacques Cartier, and Sir Francis Drake.
Samuel de Champlain reached North America and set up New France, a French colony
The winters were cold and there were many fights and arguments with First Nations
The main religion was the Roman Catholic Church
People known as the Jesuits were sent out to convert First Nations into Catholic Religion
Jesuits were killed by the Hurons, they were tortured and died in very unpleasant ways
In New France's main export was fur, fur traders created trading posts to trade with First Nations
The Courier des Bois were traders that left the colony to trade with trappers and hunters directly, this became illegal and was risky business
Settlements in North America were terrible for First Nations, they recieved diseases, alcohol, and new warfare suck as guns from Settlers that changed their life to this day
TAXES AND FIRST NATIONS
1770'S - 1780'S
LOYALISTS AND AMERICAN REVOULUTION
1776
People who were loyal to Britain were called Loyalists
Loyalists were captured or driven out by Americans
Canadians were uncertain whether to join America
Americans attack Quebec and Montreal, 100 British troops defend successfully
Most Loyalists went and lived in Canada
Americans attack again on New Years Eve
Patriots decisively defeat the British Navy at Fort Moultrie, South Carolina
Washington victorious at Princeton
The United States and France sign the French Alliance, French now help America Attack British North America
Americans Sign Delclaration of Independence under George Washington
Black Slaves flee to British lines
1781, British are defeated and are forced to leave
Some British people go to Jamaica and Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia population triples
BRITISH NORTH AMERICA
1780'S - 1810'S
Quebec is divided into Lower and Upper Canada
Some Loyalists moved to British North America
First Nations were sent to Six Nations Reserves and ignored for there help in the war
Loyalists wanted land for serving Britain in the war, Britain gave them Upper Canada, later Ontario
Some black immigrants moved to the Maritimes but were forced to leave due to riots and angry white settlers
Nova Scotia's population almost tripled with immigrnats
WAR OF 1812 AND AFTERMATH
1812
REBELLION OF 1837
1837-1838
French Canadian militants, many had diseases and were starving fought against British Crown
More than 300 people were killed
During this time the Seigniorial System declined
Patroites sent troops to Lower Canada
Led by Wolfred Nelson, they defeated a British force at Saint-Denis on November 23, 1837
The British troops soon beat the rebels, defeating them at Saint-Charles on November 25 and at Saint-Eustache on December 14
The rebellion failed, the leaders of the rebellion fled to the USA
LORD DURHAM
1840'S - 1850'S
Lord Durham was sent from Britain, he was sent to "clean up the mess" and join Lower and Upper Canada
They were later renamed East and West Canada and had 65 representatives
He wanted to change their language to English only
he destroyed the existing government and created the Canadian Confederation
the uniting of the two Canada's was an opportunity to solve the French problem once and for all
NEW FRANCE AND THIRTEEN COLONIES
1675'S - 1750'S
SEVEN YEARS WAR
1756 - 1763
1850
NEW CANADA
1850'S
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Bain, Colin. Canadian History 7, Don Mills, Pearson Canada Inc
The Thirteen Colonies. [Online] Available http://www.history.com/topics/thirteen-colonies 2015
The Declaration of Independence, [Online] Available http://www.ushistory.org/declaration/revwartimeline.htm
Rebellion In Lower Canada. [online] Available http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/rebellion-in-lower-canada/
1839 - Lord Durham's Report [online] available http://www.cbc.ca/history/EPISCONTENTSE1EP7CH5PA1LE.html
THE END
BY: CHRISTOPHER TANG
Pontiac starts war against British and attacks British forts
Britain retaliated with giving them boxes with blankets with smallpox inside and told them it was "super powers"
the disease quickly spread killing soldiers AND women and children
The Thirteen Colonies are taxed with Sugar, Stamp, Declaration and Townshed act.
The colonies rebelled, one the most historic was the Boston Tea Party
Citizens dressed themselves as First Nations went onto the boats of Britain and threw tea into the sea
The Colonies started a war against Britain 1776
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The Seven Years War started in 1756
General James Wolf led a campaign to capture Quebec and New France for Britain
In 1759 he led an attack in June on Beauport, this failed miserably but will be later used to there advantage
In their next attempt Wolfe faked his attack on Beauport and led his troops to the Plains of Abraham
Wolfe's tactic was the thin red line, British troops lined up three in a row: the first row shot, reloaded, then the second row, reloaded and then the third
They were successful but unfortunately James Wolfe died.
The inhabitants of Quebec were safe but in British hands, New France defeated
1763, the treaty of Paris, each side (France and Britain) returned some captured lands.
Canada capital was between Toronto, Quebec City, Montreal and Ottawa, it later went to Ottawa
The first Prime Minister of Canada was Sir John Alexander Macdonald
Roman Catholic Church soon grew in Canada East and Anglican Church in the West
They provided a literate society
Canada has continued to grow and is one of the best countries to this day
New France was located in Quebec and near the St. Lawrence river
The main religion there was Catholic Church
In the beginning their census was 592 people
Their leader was the Governor of New France: Louis de Buade
Merchandise was sent from France and other colonies, like the Antilles inn the Caribbean
There main export was fish and furs
They also had another colony called Acadia
New France Hierarchy (Next Slide)
The Thirteen Colonies started to grow in the late 1600's for Britain
The poor usually became indentured servants for the rich
There were 3 main are: New England colonies, Middle colonies, and Southern colonies
The New England colonies was good for building and ships
The Middle Colonies were good for trading and merchants
The Southern colonies were good for crops and farming
Sovereign Council
The Civil Hierarchy of New France
Upper Canada
Lower Canada
United States of America
King
Viceroy
Minister of Navy
Intendant
Indendants representative in Montreal, Quebec and Trois-River
Governor of New France
Governors of Montreal, Quebec and Trois-River
Captain of Militia
The War of 1812 started in 1812 and finished in 1814
USA declares was on Britian trying to take there land
Brock the British leader and Tucumseh the First nations one attack us forts, there tactic is to scare the US troops.
They made them think that the have lots and lots of troops even though they do not
A major battle was at Queensten Heights, a sniper shot Brock but they stopped the advance on Montreal
Brock died a hero and is still remembered with a statue
british troops burned the white house and claimed victory!
The signed a treaty in Belguim in 1814
After the war economies declined, agriculture, demand for food, and money
Hi Mr. Al-Jbouri :)
I hoped you liked this
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