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Habitants and merchants in Seventeenth-Century Montreal

by Louise DecheМ‚ne

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Published by McGill-Queen"s University Press in Montreal, Buffalo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Montréal (Québec),
  • Québec (Province),
  • Montréal.
    • Subjects:
    • Social classes -- Québec (Province) -- Montréal,
    • Montréal (Québec) -- Social conditions,
    • Montréal (Québec) -- Economic conditions,
    • Montréal (Québec) -- Population -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [323]-428).

      StatementLouise Dechêne ; translated by Liana Vardi.
      SeriesStudies on the history of Quebec =, Etudes d"histoire du Québec, Studies on the history of Quebec
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN110.M63 D4313 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxx, 428 p. :
      Number of Pages428
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1141680M
      ISBN 100773506586, 0773509518
      LC Control Number94111417

      On True and False Ideas by Antoine Arnauld, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. Habitants and Merchants in Seventeenth-Century Montreal: Volume 1. Louise Dechene. 11 . From the beginning of the fur trade in the s until the late s, the voyageurs were the blue-collar workers of the Montreal fur trade. At their height in the s, they numbered as many as three thousand. For the most part, voyageurs were the crews hired to man the canoes that carried trade goods and supplies to trading locations where they were exchanged for furs, and "rendezvous posts.

      Remembrance of grandeur: the Anglo-Protestant elite of Montreal, ; The Black Book of English Canada; Louise Dechêne, Habitants and Merchants in Seventeenth-Century Montreal, ; Janet Ajzenstat and Gerald M. Craig, Lord Durham's Report, New Edition, ; Janet Ajzenstat, The Political Thought of Lord Durham, Governor General’s Literary Awards, also known as the GGs, series of Canadian literary awards established in by the Canadian Authors Association (CAA), in association with Scottish-born Canadian writer John Buchan, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir, who was the author of Thirty-nine Steps (), governor-general of Canada (–40), and honorary president of the CAA.

      Habitants and Merchants in Seventeenth-Century Montreal. By Louise De-chene (trans. Liana Vardi) (Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, ) pp. $ cloth $ paper This translation into English is the third edition of Dechene's book, which first . Habitants and Merchants in Seventeenth-Century Montreal (Studies on the History of Quebec) by Louise Dechêne: The Hanging of Angelique: The Untold Story of Canadian Slavery and the Burning of Old Montreal by Afua Cooper: He Who Laughs, Lasts by Josh .


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Louise Dechêne uses the island of Montreal in the seventeenth century as a case study for an analysis of the establishment of colonial society, placing her findings in a broad historiographical context that also takes account of developments in Europe and America.

Dechêne investigates the emergence of urban and rural communities shaped both by their French cultural background and by the new. Habitants and Merchants in Seventeenth-Century Montreal book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

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Details Part of the Études d'histoire du Québec / Studies on the History of Quebec (number 1 in series). Habitants and Merchants in Seventeenth-Century Montreal Book Description: Dechêne's work, when first published, constituted a major milestone in the development of methodology and use of sources.

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Her judicious blending of numerical data and "qualitative" findings makes this book one of the rare examples of "new history" that avoids the extremes of statistical abstraction and anecdotal antiquarianism.

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Habitants and Merchants in Seventeenth-century Montreal (Book): Dechêne, Louise. Habitants and Merchants in Seventeenth-Century Montreal: Louise Dechêne: Books - Habitants (French:) were French settlers and the inhabitants of French origin who farmed the land along the two shores of the St.

Lawrence River and Gulf in what the present-day Province of Quebec in term was used by the inhabitants themselves and the other classes of French Canadian society from the 17th century up until the early 20th century when the usage of the word declined.

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