Genealogy Projects tagged with New France on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Acadian and French Canadian Emigrants to Louisiana

    Acadian (Cajun) and French Canadian Emigrants to Louisiana and the Gulf Coast - 1st generation heads of households. Resources * Acadians in Gray * Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History

  • Acadians of New France

    To identify and verify the family histories of Acadians in New France, particularly before the deportation of the early 18th century.Please see to explore the scope of Acadia.First Steps: Please add any profiles that you have access to. Once the profiles have been identified, then the task of untangling can begin!

  • Detroit, Michigan

    Goal and Scope of this Project=This project is a description of the city of Detroit, its history and people that made it famous.The story of Detroit--and this project--starts from the first recorded mention of the site in 1670, when French missionaries found a stone idol venerated by the Indians there and destroyed it with an axe. Detroit on the map today.=Toponymy===How to Input Locations in G...

  • King's Daughters

    Introduction The King's Daughters (French: Filles du Roi; Filles du Roy) is a term used to refer to the approximately 800 young French women who immigrated to New France between 1663 and 1673 as part of a program sponsored by Louis XIV . The program was designed to boost Canada's population both by encouraging male immigrants to settle there, and by promoting marriage, family formation and th...

  • New France

    Introduction=This is a sub-project for the Colonial Americas Master Project .New France (French: Nouvelle-France) was the area colonized by France in North America during a period beginning with the exploration of the Saint Lawrence River by Jacques Cartier in 1534 and ending with the cession of New France to Spain and Great Britain in 1763. At its peak in 1712 (before the Treaty of Utrecht), t...

  • Colonial Americas Portal

    This is the master project for all European Colonial Regions throughout the Americas; North, Central, South and the Caribbean.==North America==* Viceroyalty of New Spain * New England * New France * New Netherland - Dutch-United States * New Spain * New Sweden * Alaska - Russian colonization of the Americas * Portuguese colonization of the Americas

  • Descendants of Mathurin Guyon

    Mathurin Guyon, c. 1530 - 1578 ===About==I was going to make this group for Jean Guyon, but decided that he had way too many siblings so I changed it to Mathurin Guyon, his grandfather. Jean Guyon was one of the original settlers in New France. Many people with French-Canadian and Acadian heritage can trace their lineage back to Jean or one of his siblings.==Famous relatives==* Justin Bieber* J...

  • Northeast Coast Campaign (1703)

    The Northeast Coast campaign (also known as the Six Terrible Days ) (10 August – 6 October 1703) was the first major campaign of Queen Anne's War in New England. Alexandre Leneuf de La Vallière de Beaubassin led 500 troops made up of French colonial forces and the Wabanaki Confederacy of Acadia (200 Mi'kmaq and others from Norridgewock). They attacked English settlements on the coast of present...

  • Passagers de La Nouvelle France 1668

    Détails particuliers de cette traversée ~ Details of this Voyage =Nature des Passagers : 81 filles du Roi dont une partie de Dieppe et le reste de la Rochelle.Départ de Dieppe 1668, Escale à La Rochelle, Arrivée à Québec le 03 juillet 1668=Liste des passagers ~ Passenger List ===Filles du Roy==* AUBÉ Françoise, Fille de Pierre et Françoise PERIE de la paroisse St Sulpice, 6ème arrondissement de...

  • Founding of Detroit

    The city of Detroit , the largest city in the state of Michigan, developed from a small fur trading post of New France to a world-class industrial powerhouse and the fourth largest American city by the mid 20th century. America's "motor city" was founded on July 24th, 1701. It is the first European settlement above tidewater in North America. It was under French rule from 1701 - 1760, when it w...

  • King George's War, 1744-1748