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A Portuguese measure of liquid volume approximately equivalent to 1.4 liters. It became obsolete after Lusophone countries adopted the metric system in the 19th century.
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Chapter 5, which concentrates on the status of slave women in New France's western posts, addresses the question of sexual violence by fur traders, as well as the possibility for slave women to be fully accepted into French colonial society.
Moreover, given the production's central historical-spatial mapping, beginning with Samuel de Champlain's conquest in 1608, this concluding moment summoned the period following Britain's acquisition of New France wherein the descendants of French colonials and Aboriginals found their "charms all o'erthrown" (5.1.1); they had been reduced to minority status by the British, who were eager to eradicate French and First Nations culture from Britain's newest colony.
Aesthetically, Bride of New France is written in evocative, often metaphorical, prose.
Boissons, buveurs et ivresses en Nouvelle-France, presents a study of the activity of drinking and its adaptation in the new cultural environment of 17th and 18th centuries New France. The author's foreword sets a mise en scene of the era studied in this publication.
The problems plaguing New France resembled those experienced a generation earlier in Jamestown.
New awards for 2012 include three vendor categories for imaging, audio and monitors-TVs, plus a new France and Benelux Distributor of the Year regional award.
Kate Cayley's depiction of Francoise's hardships and adventures truly captures what life was like in New France during this period.
La Nouvelle France was an eight-page monthly publication that contained descriptions of New France, tales of successful and heroic colonisations, and news of the colony.
New France coach Laurent Blanc has taken the decision to suspend the entire 23-man squad which took part in this summer's failed World Cup campaign for next month's friendly against Norway.
Among them are Champlain's much-earlier settlement at Port-Royal in 1604; his eventual return to New France with the blessing of King Henry IV; and his arrival in Tadoussac aboard the Don de Dieu in the spring of 1608.
of blasphemy prosecutions in Pre-Criminal Code Canada: the New France era in Quebec and early 1800s rural Ontario.

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