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Transcript of Port Royale
by Samuel de Champlian
Port Royale was profitable place for the settlements. Soil was fertile and the natural surroundings were plentiful with fish and game. All about Port Royale The King of France decided to establish a colony in America to build up trade in the new world. Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Mons north shore of
the Annapolis Basin 1605 WHY is Port Royale a National Historic Site of Canada? 2) efforts
-Canadian Government rebuilt the Port Royale 3) benefits for Canadian Public
People will be interested in why did many battles and competitions had happened at Port Royale Thank you :-)
By Irene Kim
The king of France granted the monopoly to Sieur de Mons, under the conditions that he establish a colony in Acadia and convert the native people to Christianity. In the spring of 1605, accompanied by cartographer Samuel de Champlain, de Mons undertook a voyage south to find a more suitable location. The colonists named their new settlement Port-Royal.
Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Mons built the Habitation at Port-Royale in 1605 as a replacement for his initial attempt at colonising Saint Croix Island (present day Maine).
In 1939-40 the Port Royale fort was rebuilt by the Canadian Government .
Port Royale was once the capital of Acadia. The Admiral of Virginia Samuel Argall led an English invasion force from Virginia to attack Acadia. 1600 1950 Main Events at Port Royale 1650 1700 1750 1800 1850 1900 1613 Sir Alexander and seventy Scottish settlers were established at Port Royal. 1629 Under the terms of the Treaty of Saint Germain-en-Laye, the colonists abandoned Port Royal to the French. 1631 La Tour tried to capture Port Royal again. 1643 Port Royal was returned to France. 1667 the Port Royale fort was rebuilt by the Canadian Government . 1940 1) criteria