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The moat surrounding the Habitation was filled in to make way for houses and commercial buildings and the Habitation itself was converted into the King’s Storehouse.
Records and artefacts indicate that Champlain’s Habitation was more than just a trading post and storehouse for furs, provisions, arms, and munitions; it was also where the first colonists lived.
Here they found shelter from inclement weather and the cold as well as from potential attacks by hostile Amerindian tribes and the British .
Homes were built adjacent to one another, separated only by party walls.
Consequently, when a fire broke out in 1682, it spread quickly and grew extraordinarily intense.
Lawrence Iroquoians; the largest paleohistorical site discovered to date in Quebec An industrial cultural landscape where an ironworks operated for more than 150 years; the principal industrial site under the French Regime, the establishment of which marked the beginnings of Canada's iron industry A stone fortress on the Richelieu River; served both the French and British regimes during the Iroquoian Wars, the Seven Years' War, the American Revolutionary War, the War of 1812 and the Rebellions of 1837The archaeological site of a fort demolished in 1810, extending beneath present-day Saint-Antoine-de-Padoue Cathedral; constructed between 16 as the fortified residence of Charles le Moyne de Longueuil, the only Canadian-born person to be raised to the rank of Baron by the French King A quarantine station for immigrants arriving at Quebec City from 1832 to 1937; symbolic of the importance of immigration to Canada, and of the tragic experiences of Irish immigrants during the typhus epidemic of 1847A two-storey, Queen Anne Revival style building with tower that houses both a library and an opera house; the building straddles the Canadian–American border and was donated to the residents of both countries A small island that served as an outpost from about 1580 to 1630 for Basque fishermen who crossed the ocean from France; the only recorded site in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence where archaeological resources confirm early commercial contact between Europeans and Aboriginals A flour mill that has functioned continuously since the French colonial period; a proto-industrial building site that is representative of the development of the seigneurial system and the related colonial agricultural economy The remains of three 19th-century stone defensive works located on a height of land on the south bank of the Saint Lawrence River; constructed by the British, they were an integral part of the fortifications of Quebec City A house built in the traditional "maison québecoise" manner for merchant and politician Louis Bertrand; an outstanding example of its style and type, and representative of the lifestyle middle-class families in Quebec society in the 19th century The site where Prime Minister Louis St.
Place-Royale in Quebec City is a historical and archaeological site unique in North America.The archaeological collection put together with artefacts found during the excavations contains nearly 14,000 restored and documented objects .Additional excavations were conducted later in the 1970s and into the 1980s to explore the site further.In the 1630s and 1640s, the area around Champlain’s Habitation gradually developed.Under governor Charles Huault de Montmagny, who arrived in the colony in 1636, streets and lots were laid out around Place-Royale as the settlement began to take shape.Find out his latest pics, videos, news, family, dating history, and more on Spokeo Spokeo.