1. FROM EACH OF THE FOLLOWING SETS OF CHARACTERISTICS OF MODERN-DAY QUEBEC, CHOOSE ONE CHARACTERISTIC THAT ORIGINATED IN NEW FRANCE.
1. The type of
land division in the countryside.
4. People's attachment
to democratic institutions.
7. Language as
an expression of Quebec's identity.
2. WHICH THREE OF THE FOLLOWING CAN BE ASSOCIATED WITH NEW FRANCE AT THE END OF THE FRENCH REGIME?
4. Small population
3. PLACE THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
4. FROM THE LIST BELOW, SELECT THE SUPPORTERS, THE ECONOMIC ACTIVITY, AND THE PEOPLE NEEDED FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A COLONY BASED ON SETTLEMENT.
ECONOMIC ACTIVITY: _____________________________________________________________
5. The seigneurial system played a major role in the settlement of New France.
Under the seigneurial system:
1. the farms
were rectangular in shape and ran perpendicular to the river;
ASSOCIATE EACH OF THE ABOVE CHARACTERISTICS TO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING
ASPECTS OF SEIGNEURIALISM.
ECONOMIC ASPECT ____
GEOGRAPHIC ASPECT ___
SOCIAL ASPECT _____
6. The points below describe developments in New France in a given period of its history.
7. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING THREE STATEMENTS CHARACTERIZE THE ROLE OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN NEW FRANCE ?
1. The Church
took care of the sick, the poor, and the elderly.
8. WHICH THREE STATEMENTS BELOW DESCRIBE NEW FRANCE IN THE MID-18TH CENTURY ?
1. Poor economic
development affected the settlement of New France.
9. In 1663, France changed the direction of its colony's development. The statements below illustrate the changes which came about as a result.
From then on, the king's representatives had specific powers. For example, the governor exercised control over military affairs and diplomatic relations.
WHICH TYPE OF GOVERNMENT IN NEW FRANCE IS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE
10. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING GROUPS OF CHACTERISTICS DESCRIBE POLITICAL AND SOCIAL ASPECTS OF NEW FRANCE AT THE END OF THE FRENCH REGIME (1750s) ?
A) The Governor presided over the Executive Council.
B) The people elected the Intendant and the Governor.
C) As the King's representative in the colony, the Governor was
responsible for external affairs.
D) The Intendant was appointed by the King to oversee settlement
and the occupation of territory.
Religious orders, colonizers
5. ECONOMIC ASPECT
2 GEOGRAPHIC ASPECT
1 SOCIAL ASPECT
6. Mid-eighteenth century
9. Royal Government