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    country of France was most concerned about its close boundaries to Germany. The militaristic nation of Germany would continue to pose a threat to not only France but all of the allies if the French border was not spread further and if the reconstruction of Germany was not decentralized. Rhineland, the western border between Germany and France, should be occupied by France, so the nation has an additional 30 miles of militaristic cover from another potential invasion. Furthermore, decentralizing Germany’s national government would decrease the risk of an invasion. The article states, “To achieve this end [of no future invasions], political power in the new Germany must be decentralized and located in the individual Länder (states) that make…

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    Frances Perkins was the secretary of labor. She helped with the New Deal as well Social security. Someone found Perkins saying that there was no New Deal. This had to deal with the blueprints; she said this before Franklin Roosevelt was even president. This happened on March 4th in 1933. She actually put together this blueprint with some others that were working with him during the time for the new administration. They put together new ideas and tested out things as a team. Some people wanted…

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    New France Essay

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    when Christopher Columbus had ventured out making contact with the West Indian Islands is when a motion was set, causing harsh impacts on the development of history. The Americas came to be the way they are due to some of the power countries that made significant moves during that time. Spain is one such country to have made impact, and France is another. Both countries colonized indigenous people, and converted them to Catholicism. Spaniards took the Americas, and the French took Canada.…

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    The colony was made up of four different pillars. The pillars are society, economy, government, and religion. For instance, society was the everyday way of life for the colonists. Similarly to other cultures, the colonists farmed for food, and families spent a lot of time working on farms. Also, families live in wood houses made by themselves out of rough timber. In the case of the economy, it was the wealth and resources of New France. The seigneurial system was a way of land distribution that…

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    French Settlement In Canada

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    New France was the first major French settlement in what is now the country of Canada. Prior to French settlement in the early 17th century, various aboriginals tribes lived in the region for millenniums. The encounter between the French and the aboriginals during the establishment and development of New France affected the aboriginal population in several ways. In the following, the establishment, government, trade, and the following developments of New France will be described with specific…

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    The French Explorer and navigator Samuel de Champlain was born on August 13th, in 1574 in Brouage, France. Champlains had a mariners backgroud as thats what his family was, just before he turned 20 he began exploring North America in 1603 when he was invited on an expidition of François Gravé Du Pont, who was his uncle. Champlain also once he returened back to France wrote a book of this trek, it was the first completed story with full descriptions of the St Lawrence since Jacques Cartier's went…

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    The Seigneurial System of New France Introduction The Seigneurial System Economic Settlement in New France Along St. Lawrence River Since every habitant wanted access to the river ( for water to farm and to fish, but mainly because the St. Lawrence played a major role in transportation, so everyone wanted access to it for that reason), the land was divided into narrow strips along the St. Lawrence River KOF owned each strip and let seigneurs control them, but habitants were granted to live…

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    Canada History Essay

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    History of Canada, The first Inhabitant of Canada were Native Indians and the first settlers though were the Europeans when they discovered the east coast of Canada in 1497, John Macdonald became Canada’s first prime minister, but It wasn’t fully Independent yet. The Capital of Canada Is Ottawa and the Land Area Is 3,511,003 Square, Soverign was Queen Elizabeth II (1952). The Territories of Canada Is Yokan and Nunavut and Northwest Territories, the Provinces Is Alberta, British Colombia,…

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    Canada Revisited Summary

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    English and also Spanish settler. Similarly, the history of the country right above America, which is Canada also related to England as well as France. The book I will be comparing with Loewen’s is Canada Revisited by Clark and McKay. Canada, now known as a multicultural and bilingual nation, was established by the English and French colonization. The two countries came there in sixteenth century and changed the history of that land ever since. Europeans saw the unlimited opportunities and…

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    Conflicts In Canada

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    paper will argue that the military alliance between European powers and Aboriginals in Canada was a diplomatic strategy to take advantage of one another’s strengths. In order to prove the thesis this paper will examine how the different European powers took advantage of the different Native tribes for land, resources, trade and for warriors. As well as, how the different Aboriginal tribes used the diverse European powers to their advantage for resources, trade, and weapons to defend their lands.…

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