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Journal of an embassy from Canada to the United Colonies of New England, in 1650.

John Gilmary Shea

Journal of an embassy from Canada to the United Colonies of New England, in 1650.

by John Gilmary Shea

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Published in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New England,
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Abenaki Indians.,
    • Iroquois Indians.,
    • New England -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.,
    • Canada -- History -- To 1763 (New France)

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesNegotiations between New England and Canada, 1648-51
      StatementBy Father Gabriel Druillettes of the Society of Jesus. Translated from the original manuscript, with notes, etc., by John Gilmary Shea ...
      ContributionsDreuillette, Gabriel, 1613-1681., New France. Conseil supérieur de Québec., New France. Governor General (1648-1651 : Ailleboust), United Colonies of New England.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF116 .N62 2d. ser., vol. 3
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. 303-328. 23 cm.
      Number of Pages328
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL7018445M
      LC Control Number10010361

      Following the first voyage of Christopher Columbus in , Spain and Portugal established colonies in the New World, beginning the European colonization of the Americas. France and England, the two other major powers of 15th-century Western Europe, employed explorers soon after the return of Columbus's first , King Henry VII of England dispatched an . Between and many thousands of Scots were banished to the American colonies for political, religious, or criminal offenses. In the aftermath of the English Civil War, for example, Oliver Cromwell transported thousands of Scots soldiers to Virginia, New England.

        5 Canada and Iroquoia, 91 Pt. II Colonies 6 Virginia, 7 Chesapeake Colonies, 8 New England, 9 Puritans and Indians, 10 The West Indies, 11 Carolina, 12 Middle Colonies, Pt. III Empires 13 Revolutions, --The Jogues papers --Extract from Castell's "Discoverie" of America, --Broad advice to the United Netherland provinces / by I. A. G. W. C. --Extract from Wagenaar's "Beschryving van Amsterdam" --The seven articles from the church of Leyden, , communicated / by George Bancroft --Journal of an embassy from Canada to the United colonies.

      The charter of colony was declared invalid, and the colony was placed under direct British control. The Dominion of New England was created that revoked the charters of all the colonies from New Jersey to Maine and placed immense powers in . New England Natural increase was the major reason for the continued population growth of the Puritan colonies. The population increase in the New England area placed great pressure on available land. Witchcraft accusations and trials increased in older New England communities after about o G. Colonial Political StructuresFile Size: 75KB.


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