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1630: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (21)1631: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (20)1632: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (20)1633: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (19)1634: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (18)1635: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (21)1636: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (21)1637: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (21)1638: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (20)1639: Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders (20)Soldiers, Warriors and Leaders
1630: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (14)1631: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (13)1632: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (13)1633: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (12)1634: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (11)1635: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (14)1636: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (13)1637: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (12)1638: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (12)1639: Wars, Battles and Conflicts (12)Wars, Battles and Conflicts
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1630: Strategy and Tactics (5)1631: Strategy and Tactics (5)1632: Strategy and Tactics (5)1633: Strategy and Tactics (4)1634: Strategy and Tactics (3)1635: Strategy and Tactics (3)1636: Strategy and Tactics (3)1637: Strategy and Tactics (3)1638: Strategy and Tactics (2)1639: Strategy and Tactics (2)Strategy and Tactics
1630: Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications (15)1631: Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications (14)1632: Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications (14)1633: Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications (14)1634: Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications (13)1635: Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications (15)1636: Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications (15)1637: Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications (15)1638: Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications (15)1639: Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications (15)Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications
 
 

Date > 1600 > 1630-1639 > 1633

Subject > Weapons, Equipment and Fortifications

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Type: Document
Description: Eventually war erupted in North America between competing English and French colonies during the 17th century. In 1713, France ceded much of Acadia (now New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island) to Britain and abandoned its claims to Newfoundland. They retained control of Cape Breton, where they built the fortress of Louisburg to protect their fishing and shipping interests.
Site: Canadian War Museum
 
 
Type: Image
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Description: Construction of this building started in May 1624. The model shows the stone structure with its two corner turrets as it was circa 1625. The habitation was abandoned in 1633 following a fire.
Site: National Defence
 
 
Type: Interactive Resource
Online Reference Books
Description: Illustrations and descriptions of various British, French and American firearms used in North America from the 16th century till the end of the 19th century.
Site: National Defence
 
 
Type: Document
Description: Fort Anne, Canada's oldest National Historic Site, is a present-day reminder of a time when conflict between Europe's empire builders was acted out on the shores of the Annapolis River. Includes visitor information and links to related sites.
Site: Parks Canada
 
 
Type: Image
Description: This impressive photo collection gives you a chance to see more than 40 000 beautiful images of Canada's national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas. Search by keyword, type of heritage area, province or territory, name of heritage area.
Site: Parks Canada
 
 
Type: Document
Description: A description of the exhibits, buildings, parade square and open spaces that comprise Fort Anne National Historic Site in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia.
Site: Parks Canada
 
 
Type: Document
Description: Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, Quebec City was the capital of the French colony until 1759, when British troops conquered it. The city and the colony were brought into the British empire in 1763 by the treatise of Paris. Canada and the city of Quebec remained an English colony until the confederation of Canada in 1867
Site: Parks Canada
 
 
Type: Document
Description: The governor represented the king of France in the colony. From 1608, when Quebec was founded, until 1663, the governor held virtually all powers: military command, civil management, and execution of royal decrees.In 1663, things began to change: the king of France took direct control of the colony and installed a true colonial government
Site: Parks Canada
 
 
Type: Document
Description: The Saint-Louis forts and châteaux site is complex. It consists of three elements: the forts, châteaux and gardens. There were a total of four forts and two Châteaux
Site: Parks Canada
 
 
Type: Document
Description: The archeological research project currently underway at the Saint-Louis Forts and Châteaux National Historic Site of Canada began in June 2005. The final exploratory campaign was conducted in the summer of 2007. The three digs confirmed the site's historical significance. Many architectural remains were excavated:
Site: Parks Canada
 
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