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History 201 - French Colonization in North America

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These notes are from my History 201 class on January 19th
Dr. Stephan
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history, History 201, French Colonization




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Date Created: 01/15/16
January 19 , 2016 French Colonization in North America 1. French Model of Colonization: a. Male colonists would marry and have kids with Native American  Women and have children referred to as “Métis” b. Trade (not conquest) c. Jesuits: Missionaries would go on expeditions with explorers to  spread the word of God 2. French Quest for Colonies a. Northwest Passage to Asia: i. They thought that if they kept traveling along the rivers they  would find an outlet into the Pacific Ocean and straight to Asia 1. Jacques Cartier: a. 3 voyages; !534­42 (had to stop because of French  civil war) b. last voyage: Great Lakes froze over and everyone  on his crew died c. ALL FRENCH EXPLORATION STOPS B/C  50 YEARS WAR 2. Samuel de Champlain  a. 1608 b. family was a mariner (shipping and cargo) c. Inherits ship and fortune d. “GOV of new France” but not officially because  he wasn’t actually part of the French Monarch b. Trade i. French  Indians: knives, axes, fish hooks, glass, kettles,  woven goods, copper, brass *MANITOU: more jewelry =  more spiritual energy that you have ii. Indians  French: beaver, pets, otter pelts iii. Trading Partners  Allies: middle ground (not fully one sided) 3. French Colonists: a. Woodsmen: Courers du bois (Runners in the woods) i. Trappers and traders b. Missionaries: i. Récollet (Franciscan) 1. 1617­1625 ii. Jesuits (society of Jesus) 1. Missionaries, educators, overseas, hardship 2. Stress on rituals and the Pope’s authority 3. Asceticism to deepen faith


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