On the Eve of Conquest: The Chevalier de Raymonds Critique of New France in 1754
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It was the job of the military to maintain good relations with frontier Native Americans in order to preserve French interests in the colony. In fact, preserving a positive relationship between the French and Native Peoples was the most important of the duties that were given to the military. They taught them how to hunt, fish and dress their catches and they taught them how to navigate and essentially survive in the unforgiving Canadian wilderness.
The French soldiers relied heavily on the Native warriors but their allegiance came at a cost. Native warriors participated in the French battles if they chose to do so usually under the arrangement that they would be compensated for their participation.
Falling short on these agreements sometimes caused great discourse amongst the Natives and sometimes damaged French-Native relationships. Part of the job of the military was to create good trade relations with the Natives. New France relied heavily on the fur trade given that it was the only valuable commodity in the entire colony, which cost more to operate than it brought in in profit.imcorcaten.tk
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This resulted in many soldiers leaving their post for weeks at a time in order to illegally trade with the Natives. In addition there were even times where the presents the king would send to keep friendly relations with the Natives were often taken and sold to them for profit instead, the only presents they would give them would be mere trinkets. From Infogalactic: the planetary knowledge core. Jump to: navigation , search. English Arabic. Important Links. Follow Us. App Download.
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We Accept. Shipping Methods business days Minimum 10 business days. Our Locations. Thwaites, Reuben Gold. France in America, Thwaites book presents an excellent overview of French history in North America.
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This book, first published in , remains a classic on North American French history. Thwaites work remains a very good source on translated French documents relating to the work of the Jesuits. Many references to the Illinois country and Illinois Native Americans. Belting, Natalia Maree. Briggs, Winstanley.
Briggs's article focuses on the Illinois socio-political community structures.
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Brigg concludes that the French of the Illinois country functioned as a republic and French absolutism failed to exert political control. Desbarets, Catherine M. To understand the interactions of Native Americans and Europeans, one must understand the the consequences of the Alliance system. Using Native Americans as a mercenary military element, contributed to Canada's debt but, in effect cost much less than the use of European solders.
Dowd, Gregory Evans. Pontiac's War affected the history of the Illinois country.
Dowd writes of the rumors of the French King's return and the effect this had on Pontiac's War. Pontiac's Rebellion colored Illinois history, for it must be remembered that an Illinois Indian assassinated Pontiac at Cahokia.