Timeline of New France history (1534–1607)

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1530s-1580s

This section of the Timeline of New France history concerns the events between Jacques Cartier's first voyage and the foundation of the Quebec settlement by Samuel de Champlain.

1590s

  • 1598 - Following the 1521 landing on Sable Island in southeast of present-day Nova Scotia by the Portuguese, the French establish a settlement.

1600s

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References

Preceded by
Beginnings to 1533
Timeline of New France history in Quebec
1534 to 1607
Succeeded by
1608 to 1662
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