Our Huguenot Ancestors

98-06-21


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Our Huguenot Ancestors

Protestantism in France

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Huguenots and the historians of New-France

Huguenots and the historians of New-France

Huguenots and the historians of New-France

Huguenots and the genealogists

Part play by the Huguenots in the history of New-France

Discoveries travels (1524-1535)

The first colony (1540-1543)

For a protestant New-France (1555-1565)

New attempts in North-America (1577-1602)

Permanent settlements in Acadia and St-Lawrence river (1602-1627)

Permanent settlements in Acadia and St-Lawrence river (1602-1627)

Permanent settlements in Acadia and St-Lawrence river (1602-1627)

The fall of Quebec 1628

Continuous presence of Protestants 1632-1685

Continuous presence of Protestants 1632-1685

From the revocation of the Edict of Nantes to the Conquest1685-1759

Religious origin of famous figures of the history of New-France

Demography of Huguenots of New-France

Families with a Huguenot ancestor

Fate of Huguenots in New-France

Conclusion

Author:Michel Barbeau

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