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Time line

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Artemis Fowl

on 23 March 2016

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Acadia and its strategic importance

Treaty of Utrecht

The signing of the treaty was taken place in Europe 1713.

The treaty of Utrecht stopped the Spanish succession between in the year 1714 .

France agreed to release its claims on the areas around Ruberts land and give it to the HBC, Newfoundland was taken, and so was Acadia.

The treaty allowed the french to still keep its fishing right in Newfoundland.

The french, british, portuguese,dutch, spanish,
and Prussia were involved.

Louisbourg was a fortress made by the french on cape breton

Halifax was a strategic position for the british

Also louisbourg was constructed to guard the st. lawrence river from unwanted intruders

Was taken over by the british in 1758 using a blockade

The french inside louisbourg fort suffered from starvation , because their access to supplies were blocked off.

In the end the french surrendered in seven weeks to the british.

Great deportation

The great deportation was taken place in 1755-1763

The british burned down their houses and stole them from their homes and deported them.

About eleven thousand were deported to either to the thirteen colonies, the Caribbean islands, and others places in Earupe because they didn't what to take the oath of allegiance.

Numerous of Arcadian settled to Louisiana where many still live.

Plains of Abraham and capture of Quebec

The battle of Abraham was taken place in 1759 behind Quebec ( the farmers field)

The British commander Wolfe conjured a surprise attack on the
French, putting the French commander Montcalm at a disadvantage.

Montcalm went with the battle and in minutes 9000 bodies are found dead

Both commanders were lost in battle, first Wolfe died instantly and one day after Montcalm passed away as well from a severe injury
In the end the British won the battle leaving them dominates over Quebec

Story board
The French settled in Acadia in 1604

Allies were made between the Arcadians and the First Nations( Mi'kmaq).

The British took control over Acadia in 1713

In 1730 the oath of Neutrality was for the Arcadian
to not stand by either countries if their is a war.

Than the second oath came
out in 1755 the British
were paranoid and wanted the
to take an oath of Allegiance. Fearing if their was a war the acadians would side with the F
, becaus
e the French popul
ation over throws the British

Louisbourg and Halifax

The Treaty of Paris

The treaty was taken place In February 10 ,1763

The treaty was need to end the French and Indian/ seven year war between Great Britain and the French

The French have up all their land in North America ( Canada ). Allowing the British to gain the land from the 13 colonies to the Mississippi River.

In the treaty it states that the British will not take away the religion of the people of New France

Also that the british will not start a war/ battles against the Frenches allies


The royal proclamation was in 1763 and was an attempt for the british to make peace with the first nations

The first nations had a problem with the british and was fighting against them but not the french anymore.

It encouraged settler from the thirteen colonies to move towards Quebec

The french were not to hold a position in the elected assembly if they were catholics and if they convert to Christianity then they were allowed .

To make peace the British gave the first nations land, which they do not hold power towards only does the first nations. Also no one can settle on the first nations territory if they don't have permission from the first nations.

Quebec Act

A conflict in 1774 between the thirteen colonies and the british

The catholic and french speaking people were seen differently now from the british, because they needed to change their ways.

Britain encouraged the thirteen colonies to moved towards quebec

70000 people now live in Quebec and a lot of them are french and a few are british.

The french were given back their rights to practices their language, culture, and were allowed to be catholic even if they hold a government
position when the british gave their rights back that the royal proclamation took away.

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