1. WHICH BRITISH CONSTITUTION DEFINED THE BOUNDARIES OF THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC AS DESCRIBED BELOW ?
The territory of Quebec was enlarged beyond the boundaries of 1763; the Indian reserve on the western lands, including the Ohio Valley, was attached to Quebec.
A) The Constitutional Act
C) The Act of Union
2.WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS DESCRIBES A CONSEQUENCE OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION ON THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC?
A) The Hudson's Bay Company gained control of the fur trade in the Montreal region.
B) French civil laws were gradually replaced by British laws.
C) The proportion of Anglophones rapidly increased as a result of the arrival of the Loyalists.
D) The seigneurial regime was replaced by the township system of land
management throughout the province.
3. THE DOCUMENT BELOW RELATED TO WHAT PERIOD OF CANADA'S HISTORY?
New France lost everything; with most of its territory gone, it was reduced to a narrow strip of land along the St. Lawrence Valley. It even lost its name, because at that point New France became an English colony.
4. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING SETS CORRESPONDS TO THE MAJOR ARTICLES OF THE QUEBEC ACT ?
A) 1. The territory
was divided into Upper and Lower Canada.
B) 1. The territory
was reduced to the region of the St. Lawrence Valley.
C) 1. The territory
was extended to include the Ohio Valley and Louisiana.
D) 1. The territory
was extended to include Labrador and the Ohio Valley.
A) The Canadiens lost control over trade and resorted to farming.
B) France and Great Britain fought over control of the fur trade and the fisheries.
C) Great Britain gave its full support to the Thirteen Colonies.
D) The demographic and economic growth of New France was weakened.
6. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS ILLUSTRATES AN ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCE OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE ON QUEBEC?
A) The Canadiens joined the American army in large numbers in order to chase the British from North America.
B) Thousands of French-Canadians emigrated to the United States in search of work in the textile mills.
C) The King of England imposed a timber tax on the colonies to help pay for the War of the Conquest.
D) Montreal merchants, shut off from the Ohio Valley, invested their
capital to found the North West Company.
7. WHICH LETTER DESIGNATES THE HISTORICAL PERIOD TO WHICH THE TWO FOLLOWING TEXTS ARE RELATED?
8. In view of the growing discontent in the Thirteen Colonies, Governor Carleton convinced London to grant certain concessions to the population of the Province of Quebec through the Quebec Act.
WHAT DID LONDON HOPE TO ACHIEVE BY GRANTING THESE CONCESSIONS?
A) To ensure the Canadiens' loyalty to England.
B To establish a democratic form of government.
C) To pacify angry Americans.
D) To stop the emigration of Canadiens to the United States.
9. The Treaty of Paris and Royal Proclamation confirmed in law the British Conquest of New France. French Canadians had no choice but to accept this new situation.
WHICH LETTER REPRESENTS THE PERIOD IN WHICH THIS CHANGE OF
EMPIRE TOOK PLACE?
10. Not all the structures and institutions of the former French colony were eliminated by the British Conquest.
WHICH COMBINATION CONTAINS AN ELEMENT OF CONTINUITY AND AN ELEMENT OF CHANGE THAT CHARACTERIZED THE FRENCH OF QUEBEC AFTER THE BRITISH CONQUEST?
Element of Continuity Element of Change
A) Its population increased because of immigration. They were given the right to vote.
B) They controlled the fur trade. They were forbidden to practise the Catholic religion.
C) They practised agriculture. They were governed by British administrators.
D) They maintained economic ties with France.
They increased trade with the American colonies.
11. The following two articles are part of an important document in our history, the Treaty of Paris.
THE TREATY OF PARIS PUT AN END TO:
A) the Seven Years' War C) British rule
B) the American Revolution
D) the Patriotes' revolt
12. Certain aspects of the lives of the French colonists in New France were changed as a result of the British takeover.
13. WITH WHAT EVENT IN HISTORY ARE THE FOLLOWING DEVELOPMENTS ASSOCIATED?
B) The Articles of Capitulation
D) The Quebec Act
A) Domination of the fur trade by Montreal merchants
B) Establishment of Loyalist settlements in the Province of Quebec
C) Tension between the clergy and the British authorities in the colony
D) Inclusion of the Ohio Valley in the territory of the Province of
15. INDICATE TWO EFFECTS OF AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE ON THE PROVINCE OF QUEBEC.
1. The Canadiens were obliged to take
the oath set out in the Test Act if they wanted to hold public office.
A) 1 and 3
C) 2 and 5
16. Faced with growing unrest in the Thirteen Colonies, Governor Guy Carleton convinced the authorities in London to make certain concessions to the population of the Province of Quebec.
WHICH THREE CONCESSIONS CAN BE FOUND IN THE QUEBEC ACT?
1. The Loyalists
settled in the Eastern Townships.
A) 1, 2, 4
C) 2, 3, 6
17. WHICH TWO STATEMENTS EXPLAIN THE BRITISH CONQUEST OF NEW FRANCE ?
1. The extent
of New France's territory favoured Royal Government.
A) 1 and 2
C) 3 and 4
18. The change of empire altered life in the colony. Some aspects of life changed for the Canadiens while others remained the same.
WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS DESCRIBE CHANGES THAT TOOK PLACE ?
1. The colony
was dependent on the mother colony.
A) 1 and 2
C) 3 and 4
19. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBE CAUSES OF THE BRITISH CONQUEST OF NEW FRANCE ?
2. The relatively small population of about 65 000 was scattered over a vast territory.
3. The Capitulation stated that those who fought fo France had to lay down their arms.
4. The British merchants settled in the St. Lawrence Valley and took over the control of the fur trade.
5. Agricultural production in Lower Canada entered a long period of decline.
B) 1 and 3 D) 4 and 5
20. EXPLAIN THE FALL OF NEW FRANCE BY CHOOSING ONE FACTOR
FROM EACH OF THE THREE CATEGORIES.
A) 1, 3, 6
C) 2, 3, 5
1. B 11. A
2. C 12. B
3. A 13. A
4. D 14. B
5. A 15. B
6. D 16. D
7. B 17. B