The first settlers in Northern America were obviously some Asians who crossed the Bering Strait during the Ice Ages, while the Strait was dry.
The first comers continued southward to the equator, finding the most pleasant climate, as the Incas.
Those who followed were repressed aboird of Central America and Mexico as the Aztecs and Mayans, then in the northern plains, like our Indians, and finally the polar ice, like the Inuit.
Finally arrived Europeans. Some came for the fish of the Atlantic after a short summer on the benches, sometimes time to dry their catch, they returned home for the winter. Little remained for the winter! Only the bravest decided to établlir in North America.
The Colonization of NA:
- The First Settlers Wintering in NA<
Champlain in Quebec City<
- Before his Arrival in Québec
- The Founding of Québec
- The Explorations of Champlain
- Champlain Administor of the Colony
- The End of the Life of Champlain
- Major Disturbances<
The Loyalist Migration<
- The British Colonies in NA
- A Revolution in North America
- The British Political Refugees
- The Arrival of the First Loyalists
- The Arrival of the Second Group of Loyalists
- The Iroquois Lose their Land
- The Great Migration of 1783
The Loyalists in Nova Scotia
- The Birth of Shelburne
- The St. John River
- The Winslow Petition
The Loyalists Arrived in the Province of Québec
- The Iroquois Refugees
- The Loyalists in the Eastern Townships
- Upper Canada in 1783
- Upper Canada in 1784
- The Colony of Upper Canada
- Other Settlements
One of my Frech student made a research report on Québec.<