History of Quebec


The Scot in New France
The Fall of Canada
A Chapter in the History of the Seven Year's War by George M. Wrong (1914)
Pictures of Quebec
I visited Quebec in September 2011 and took loads of pictures which you can see here.
Montreal: One Square Mile of Canada
This is a program by the BBC about Montreal.
Montreal
It's history to which is added Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens by Rev. J. Douglas Borthwick (1875) (pdf)
A History of Quebec
Its resources and people by Benjamin Sulte F.R.S.C., Dr C.E. Fryer M.A., Ph,D., Senator L.O. David (1908)
 

Montreal Travel Documentary

The Great Canadian Tour - Québec

This feature-length fiction, originally produced as a television miniseries and based on the novel Nuages sur les brûlés by Hervé Biron, explores the colonization of northern Quebec during the Depression-era 1930s. These historical dramas relive the toil, hardship and unexpected rewards of the pioneer. Folk singer Félix Leclerc appears in each episode. Part I: Encounters with the inhospitable wilderness while clearing a townsite. Part II: Struggles for leadership; log cabins are built and the women arrive. Part III: The dangers of frontier life: forest fire, accident, anxiety about bankruptcy, lack of tools, hard labour. Part IV: Big steps forward: the curé brings in teachers and is in turn presented with a new, though rough-hewn, church.

The Promised Land by Bernard Devlin, National Film Board of Canada

Original Correspondence of General Wolfe
an interesting pdf article which includes information on his Canadian exploits.
Quebec 'twixt old and new (1915)
Historic Tales of Old Quebec (1920)
Both of the above books are by George Gale and provide some excellent reading.
Quebec
The object of this little booklet is to show why the French language is the NATIONAL language of Quebec Province.


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