SEC. 3 HISTORY HOMEWORK

Mar 12, 2020

March 12

Chapter 3 Quiz (Pt1-3)

Chapter 3

Part I

  • Conquest of New France (p. 140)

  • Treaty of Paris, 1763 (p. 145)

  • Royal Proclamation, 1763 (first constitution of Province of Quebec) (p. 148)

  • Military regime (p. 142)

  • Provisional government, under Governor General Murray (p. 141)

    • Test Act

    • Concessions made to Canadiens

    • Legislative assembly – delayed by Murray & Carleton

  • Demographic circumstances & changes – French nobility, French censitaire; continued majority of Canadiens in colony (~7:1 ratio) (p. 145)

    • Arrival of British merchants

  • Indigenous reactions; Pontiac (p. 146)

  • Destruction of colony as a consequence of the War of Conquest - expensive to rebuild (p. 144)

Part II

  • Royal Proclamation, 1763 (first constitution of Province of Quebec) (p. 148)

    • French retain coastal ports in northern Nova Scotia & St. Pierre & Miquelon

  • King George III’s instructions to Governor General James Murray (p. 152)

    • Objective of assimilation (fr. translation: acculturation)

    • Concessions to Canadiens (p. 149-150)

  • Camps of British colonists; and camps of Canadiens (p. 154)

  • Status of Indigenous (p. 149)

  • Bishop appointed in Province of Quebec (p. 154)

  • Guy Carleton replaces Murray – seeking new constitution for Province of Quebec to secure Canadien loyalty (p. 155)

    • Continued delay of legislative assembly (British merchants discontented – sent many petitions to London) 

 

Part III

  • Quebec Act (1774) – changes: territorial, political, judicial, religious (p. 158-9)

    • expansion of the Province of Quebec – Ohio Valley, Great Lakes Territory

  • Reactions to the Quebec Act – Canadiens, British of Quebec, inhabitants of the Thirteen Colonies (p. 160)

  • Intolerable Acts – taxes imposed by London from 1763-1767 (p. 162)

  • American unrest leading to Revolution – 1774-1776 (p. 161-3)

    • Boston Tea Party (1773)

  • Treaty of Paris, 1783 – USA officially recognized as independent (p. 164)

  • Textbook Pages: 

    • 138-139 – timeline & before/after Treaty of Paris, 1763 (map)

    • 140 – capitulation of Montreal

    • 142 – new measures & retained rights under military regime

    • 145 – Treaty of Paris, 1763 – changes

    • 147 – Part I summary

    • 148 – Royal Proclamation, 1763 (first constitution of Province of Quebec)

    • 150 – (intended) government structure of Province of Quebec

    • 152-3 – Governor General Murray’s Instructions from King George III & concessions to Canadiens

    • 154-5 – reactions to Murray’s concessions & Guy Carleton

    • 155 – Part II summary

    • 158 – Quebec Act (1774)

    • 160 – reactions to Quebec Act

    • 161-2 – American Revolution & ‘Intolerable Acts’

    • 164 – Part III summary

  • Workbook pages: 138, 142, 145, 148, 153-154, 158, 161

  • Textbook Questions to help your review:

    • Page 184 – Question 3 (timeline) (once completed, attempt to re-create from memory)

      • Also question 2 (political changes & consequences)

Jan 20, 2020

Jan 22

Chapter 2 Test

We are having our Chapter 2 Test next week:

Part 1 - Jan 21

Part 2 - Jan 22

Topics that you will need to know for the Test:

Jean Talon's measures to increase population of New France

Royal government (What New France was like before and after)

Mercantilism

Fur trade

Expansion of territory

Agriculture in New France

Canadien culture (different from French, Native influence)

Importance of Rivers (know where important rivers are like Saint Lawrence, Outaouais, Mauricie, Saugenay)

Attempts to diversify the economy of New France

Imbalance of men and women in the colony

Natives and Christianity

Religious Communities

Military Defence of New France

Absolutism

Monopoly

Seigneurial System (rights and responsibilities of the seigneur and censitaire)

Textbook pages: P:66-125

Workbook pages: P. 80-81, 85-86. 95-96, 100-101, 104, 107, 114-115, 119-120

Dec 02, 2019

Dec 2

Chapter 2 Quiz (Part 1-2)

We are having our first quiz of Chapter 2 on Parts 1 & 2 on Monday Dec 2.

You are responsible for the following topics

Mercantilism

Trading posts and permanent settlements (reasons for success and failure)

Founding of Quebec

Relations with First Nation (Evangelization, alliances)

Population in New France (number of men and women)

Company of One Hundred Associates (monopoly, obligations, Cardinal Richelieu, difficulties)

Seigneurial system (shape of land, seigneur, censitaire, responsibilities of both, what a seigneury looks like)

Catholicism (Missions, Ville Marie, parishes, tithe, bishop, religious communities (Jesuits(Education), Augustines (Hospital Care))

Alliances and Rivalries (European countries and their Native allies

New France around 1663 (territory, alliances, population)

First Nation population (acculturation, Metis)

Workbook pages; 61-76, 90-91, 100-101

Textbook pages: 66-89

Oct 08, 2019

Oct 10

Quiz # 2

We are having a quiz on Thursday Oct 10. Students are responsible for the following pages in their workbook and text book.

Workbook page: P31-45

Textbook page: P38-51

 

 

Part 3: Economic activities and systems of alliances around 1500

1. The scope of indigenous trade network

2. Trade among indigenous nations

3. Systems of alliances

 

 

Part 4: Contacts between indigenous people and Europeans around 16th century

1. European explorations in America

2. European fishermen and whalers

3. Jacques Cartier’s voyages (1534-1542)

4. Other French colonization attempts in eastern North America

5. Early trade between Indigenous people and Europeans

6. Closer relations between First Nations and the French

Sep 30, 2019

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