New France has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'All About My Birthday' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, New France had the highest popularity figure in January this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.

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All About My Birthday was June 21, 1912

[...] Town Square in Prague as a consequence of the Battle of White Mountain. 1734 '–' In Montreal in New France, a slave known by the French name of Marie-Joseph Ang'é'lique is put to death, having been [...]

aboutmybirthday.com

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Revisionist History; The Jesuits founded America! As told by the Victors

[...] the period, the “conquest of the souls” being an integral part of the constitution of Nouvelle-France and early New Spain. The efforts of the Jesuits in North America were paralleled by [...]

ascensionwithearth.com

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Marie Olivier Sylvestre: A Special Place In History

[...] of adventure, excitement, and hardship.  He’d spent many years deep in the forests of New France, travelling with Olivier LeTardif as an interpreter and guide, furthering the interests [...]

aboriginalliving.com

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All About My Birthday was May 26, 1929

[...] Bienville, had sought to link Louisiana with Acadia and the other northern colonies of New France. 1828 '–' Feral child Kaspar Hauser is discovered wandering the streets of Nuremberg. [...]

aboutmybirthday.com

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Summoning God to fight our enemies

[...] 1745, which was the third busiest seaport in America, behind Boston and Philadelphia, and was New France’s second most important commercial city after Quebec. France wanted Louisbourg back. In 1746, [...]

themoralliberal.com

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French-Canadian Culture

[...] BeliefsThe early French and British reign brought about the spread of Catholic faith in New France or Quebec. The largest religious group present in Quebec are the Roman Catholics which are not [...]

fishing.helping-us-with.com

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Carnaval de Québec: Quebec’s Winter Carnival

[...] overlooking Bonhomme’s Ice Castle The History of Carnaval Since the first colonizers of New France stepped foot on Québec’s shores, the Québécois have been gathering, before Lent, to eat, drink [...]

thecaffeinateddaytripper.com

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5 Amazing Soon-to-Be AccorHotels

[...] was named after Louis de Buade, Count of Frontenac, who was governor and helped mold New France back in the 1600s. The 611–room property blends elements of the old and new world, as [...]

thepointsguy.com

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A Lovely Bed & Breakfast near Ottawa: Domaine D’Amour

[...] living room. My bedroom, the Champlain Room named after Sanuel de Champlain, the Father of the New France. He founded New France and Quebec City. The mysterious painting with the Dutch tall ship in [...]

misst2000ph.blogspot.com

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No doubt the precogs have already seen this: Morning File, Wednesday, December 9, 2015

[...] of important posts in Albany. Vetch shortly began a lucrative, though illegal, trade with New France. Disclosure of his ventures, combined with political disruption of the colony and the outbreak [...]

halifaxexaminer.ca

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11 Pristine Facts About Acadia National Park

[...] , a French nobleman and colonist who served as the early 17th century lieutenant governor of New France. While Dugua’s title remains on a spring within the park, when the area became a national park [...]

mentalfloss.com

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