New France

New France
Frances former possessions and colonies in North America, including Quebec, Acadia, and Louisiana, before 1763.

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  • New France — For the short lived monarchy in South America, see Araucania and Patagonia. For the colony claimed by the Marquis de Rays to exist in New Ireland, see De Rays Expedition. Viceroyalty of New France Vice royauté de Nouvelle France French colony …   Wikipedia

  • New France — the French colonies and possessions in North America up to 1763. * * * Possessions of France in North America from 1534 to the Treaty of Paris in 1763. After the first land claim for France by Jacques Cartier (1534), the company of New France was …   Universalium

  • New France — geographical name the possessions of France in North America before 1763 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • New France, Digby County, Nova Scotia — New France in …   Wikipedia

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  • New France, Nova Scotia — could be one of two places in Nova Scotia: New France in Antigonish County New France in Digby County This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an …   Wikipedia

  • New France livre — The livre was the currency of New France, the French colony in modern day Canada. It was subdivided into 20 sols, each of 12 deniers. Contents 1 History 2 Coins 3 Banknotes 4 …   Wikipedia

  • Intendant of New France — New France was governed by three rulers: the governor, the bishop and the intendant, all appointed by the King, and sent from France. The intendant was responsible for finance, economic development, and the administration of justice (law and… …   Wikipedia

  • Louisiana (New France) — Infobox Former Subdivision conventional long name = Louisiana common name = Louisiana subdivision = Division nation = New France image map caption = Map of New France around 1750. national anthem= capital = New Orleans stat area1= stat year1 =… …   Wikipedia

  • Portal:New France — Wikipedia portals: Culture Geography Health History Mathematics Natural sciences People Philosophy Religion Society Technology …   Wikipedia

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