Jul 14, 2017

The Impact of the French on Native Societie

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The Impact of the French on Native Societie

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Write an essay of about 2000 words on ONE of the following topics. Your essay should make use of all the materials in the course that deal with your topic as well as at least one book plus one article or book chapter; OR the course materials plus two books from the list provided for your topic. The works that you use in addition to the course materials must be by at least two different authors. You are, of course, encouraged to use more materials than this minimum, but you are not required to do so. All the materials listed are available in a library in your vicinity. Textbook: History of Canadian The Canadian Peoples Volume 1 sixth edition, Beginnings to 1867 Authors: Margaret Conrad, Alvin Finkel, Donald Fyson Pearson Canada 2015 Topic One: The Impact of the French on Native Societie Materials: Bruce G. Trigger, Natives and Newcomers: Canada’s “Heroic Age” Reconsidered (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1986). Allan Greer, Mohawk Saint Catherine Tekakwitha and the Jesuits (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2005). Bruce G. Trigger, The Children of Aatentsic: A History of the Huron People to 1660 (Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 1987). Brett Rushforth, “A Little Flesh We Offer You: The Origins of Indian Slavery in New France,”William and Mary Quarterly, Volume 60, No. 4 (2003): 777–808. Karen Anderson, “Commodity Exchange and Subordination: Montagnais-Naskapi and Huron Women, 1600-1650,” Signs, Volume 11, No. 1 (1985): 48–62.

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The Impact of the French on Native Societies Folashade Esther Oyewusi Institution: Course Title: Instructor: Date: The Impact of the French on Native Societies Prior to the invasion of Europeans, Canada was inhabited by different native tribes which had established settlements throughout the land. The country was later to be invaded by France and became a colony and was dubbed a royal province in 1963 a colloquial name for New France. When the French settlers explored Canada, they arrived and found all the areas settled by the native tribes, including Indians, Jesuits, and the Huron among others. Most of these native tribes practiced farming while others were hunters and gatherers. The native people who lived on the West Coast were fishermen, and they preserved fish through smoking and drying. Native people often involved in warfare because they competed for prestige, resources and land. The arrival of the French settlers and other Europeans colonists, missionaries and traders transformed the way in which the native people lived in Canada. As would be expected, the coming of the Europeans had different ramifications for the native tribes, especially in terms of cultural practices and practices. This paper aims at examining the impacts of French invasion in Canada between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries in terms of social structures, religious beliefs, gender roles, and social equality. The invasion of Canada by France during the sixteenth century came with v...


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