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The seigneurial system in early Canada

R. Cole Harris

The seigneurial system in early Canada

a geographical study

by R. Cole Harris

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Published by University ofWisconsin Press .
Written in English


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Statementby R. Cole Harris.
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Open LibraryOL22727744M
ISBN 100299039803


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If the seigneurial system were central to the development of early Canadian society, the patterns of settlement, land use, and trade in the colony would have borne the imprint of the system. Through inspection of such records as deeds of land concession and sale, statements of vassalage, and wills, Harris reconstructs the geography of Canada before the British conquest.

This was the seigneurial system of land tenure, whose legal structure was transferred alsmot unaltered from France to the New World. Although the system was old and effete in seventeenth-century France, scholars have considered that it shaped much of the life of early Canada.

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The seigneurial system was modeled after the feudal system in Europe and included a system of rights and duties between seigneurs and censitaires (habitants). The Seigneurial System The seigneurial system was the basic means of organizing the French population along the.

The seigneurial system in early French Canada and the Detroit River region: a report to the Essex-Kent Regional Tourist Council. -- Author: Greenwood, Charles T Publication info: [s.l.: s.n.], Format: Book.

The “seigneurial system” has proven a very resilient abstract construct, largely unaffected by half a century of rigorous research on the part of Louise Dechêne, Sylvie Dépatie, Thomas Wien and others on the actual workings of early Canadian seigneuries in all their diversity and complexity.

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Munro, The Seigniorial System in Canada, New York, ; R. Harris, The Seigneurial System in Early Canada. A Geographical Study, Montréal and Kingston, McGill/Queen’s University Press, Also see, more recently, Brian Young, Patrician Families and the Making of Quebec.

Get this from a library. The seigneurial system in early Canada: a geographical study. [Cole Harris]. The Seigneurial System in Early Canada: A Geographical Study, (McGill-Queen’s University Press), Courville, Serge, Entre ville et campagne: L’essor du village dans les seigneuries du Bas-Canada, (Éditions PUL), remains an important study.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Harris, R. Cole (Richard Cole), Seigneurial system in early Canada. Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 2 For an insightful and detailed analysis of how the seigneurial system developed in Canada, how it differed from its counterpart in France and what were the effects it had on the society and economy of New France, see R.

Colebrook Harris, The Seigneun"al System in Early Canada, A Geographical Study, McGill File Size: 1MB. The manorial system of New France, known as the seigneurial system, was the semi-feudal system of land tenure used in the North American French colonial empire.

Both in nominal and legal terms, all French territorial claims in North America belonged to the French monarchs did not impose feudal land tenure on New France, and the king's actual attachment.

Canada - Canada - The character of French settlement: The fur trade was not New France’s sole enterprise. By settlers in Canada and Acadia were producing provisions for the fur traders and the annual ships.

A characteristic mode of landholding, known as the seigneurial system, began to evolve. Under the system, the state granted parcels of land to seigneurs, who were.

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R.C. Harris, The Seigneurial System in Early Canada: A Geographical Study (Montréal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, ); Allan Greer, Peasant, Lord and Merchant (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ); Leslie Choquette, Frenchmen into Peasants: Modernity and Tradition in the Peopling of French Canada (Cambridge Author: John Douglas Belshaw.

According to research conducted by Richard Colebrook Harris in his book The Seigneurial System in Early Canada, most seigneuries were rarely very profitable, despite the income from taxes and other revenues and despite the absence of financial burdens that their French counterparts had to face.

The system seems to have been created and. Serials: Periodicals, Annuals and Newspapers. The Serials collection includes a wide range of dailies, weeklies, specialized journals and mass-market magazines, as well as city directories and annual reports from churches, schools, and g: seigneurial system.

The Seigneurs of Old Canada: by William Bennett Munro Part 2 out of 2. the seigneurial system could accomplish at its best. These three seigneurs, Hebert, La Durantaye, and Le Moyne, seigneur and habitant in early Canada, and it comes from many quarters.

First of all there are the title-deeds of. The Seigneurial System in Early Canada: A Geographical Study. By Richard Colebrook Harris. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press; Quebec: Les.

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Harris established that seigneurial tenure did not determine the geography of settlement, did not much enrich the seigneurs and did. The Seigneurial System in Early Canada. A Geographical Study. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Johnson, Tom (). "In a Manner of Speaking: Towards a Reconstitution of Property in Mid-Nineteenth Century Quebec" (PDF). McGill Law Journal. 32 (3): – Mathieu, Jacques (). "Seigneurial system".

The Canadian Encyclopedia. The system of property transplanted from France to New France was known as the seigneurial system. Under this system, the crown granted land to a seigneur, or lord, who then sub-granted land to tenant farmers known as censitaires or habitants (the terms are used interchangeably).

The seigneurial system comprised of a series of rights an obligations between the crown, the. A word as to where it came from. I got the data for values of various coins of the day from the book, "Les Crimes et les Châtiments Au Canada Français", by Raymond Boyer. He in turn got it from old published sources in the Archives of Quebec.

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Seigneurial System. Upper Canada. Capstone Interactive Library. Canada Through Time: First Nations and Early Explorers The 10 Most Significant Events in Early Canada. The 10 Greatest Canadian : Christine VanderHeide. Seigneurial system may refer to: Manorialism - the socio-economic system of the Middle Ages and Early Modern period; Seigneurial system of New France (Canada) This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Seigneurial system.

If an. Seigneurial system of New France explained. The manorial system of New France was the semi-feudal system of land tenure used in the North American French colonial empire.

Both in nominal and legal terms, all French territorial claims in North America belonged to the French monarchs did not impose feudal land tenure on New France and the king’s actual. Look at other dictionaries: Seigneurial system — may refer to: * Manorialism the socio economic system of the Middle Ages and Early Modern period * Seigneurial system of New France (Canada) Wikipedia.

New France — For the short lived monarchy in South America, see Araucania and Patagonia. For the colony claimed by the Marquis de Rays to exist in New .