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Gaspé and Peninsula
The region is located northeast of New England, southeast of Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula, and southwest of the island of Newfoundland.
Acadian settlements had primarily agrarian economies, although there were many early examples of Acadian fishing settlements in southwestern Nova Scotia and in Île-Royale, as well as along the south and west coasts of Newfoundland, the Gaspé Peninsula, and the present-day Côte-Nord region of Quebec.
* 1534 – French explorer Jacques Cartier plants a cross on the Gaspé Peninsula and takes possession of the territory in the name of Francis I of France.
* Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec
In 1534, Jacques Cartier planted a cross in the Gaspé Peninsula and claimed the land in the name of Francis I.
So many Loyalists arrived on the shores of the St. John River that a separate colony — New Brunswick — was created in 1784 ; followed in 1791 by the division of Quebec into the largely French-speaking Lower Canada ( French Canada ) along the St. Lawrence River and Gaspé Peninsula and an anglophone Loyalist Upper Canada, with its capital settled by 1796 in York, in present-day Toronto.
In 1944, he and Elisa traveled to the Gaspé Peninsula in Québec, Canada, where he wrote Arcane 17, a book which expresses his fears of World War II, describes the marvels of the Rocher Percé and the extreme northeastern part of North America, and celebrates his new romance with Elisa.
the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough ), the Beauce region, the Gaspé Peninsula, Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean region, and Quebec City.
The gulf is bounded on the north by the Labrador Peninsula, to the east by Newfoundland, to the south by the Nova Scotia peninsula and Cape Breton Island, and to the west by the Gaspé and New Brunswick.
NASA satellite image of the Gaspé Peninsula.
Mont Albert, in the Chic-Choc Mountains of the Gaspé Peninsula.
The Gaspésie ( official name ), or Gaspé Peninsula, the Gaspé or Gaspesia, is a peninsula along the south shore of the Saint Lawrence River in Quebec, Canada, extending into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence.
The area of the Gaspé Peninsula is near that of Belgium, at.
* List of people from the Gaspé Peninsula
Chaleur Bay is the large bay opening to the east ; the Gaspé Peninsula appears to the north and the Gulf of St. Lawrence is seen to the east
The northern shore is formed by the south shore of the Gaspé Peninsula.
* Bonaventure Island and the Bonaventure River in the Gaspé Peninsula Region of Quebec
planted a cross in the Gaspé Peninsula and claimed the land in the name of King Francis I.
Large swaths of rural Quebec, mainly the Gaspé Peninsula and the north shore, were served from 1927 by an entity known as Corporation de Téléphone et de Pouvoir de Québec, and in 1955, this became known as Québec Téléphone.
The Honguedo Strait ( French: Détroit d ' Honguedo ) is a strait in eastern Quebec, Canada, flowing between Anticosti Island and the Gaspé Peninsula.
Forillon National Park, one of 42 national parks and park reserves across Canada, is located at the outer tip of the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec and covers 244 km².
Several families in the Gaspé Peninsula region were forced to re-settle in the surrounding areas and hold a vivid memory of the events that unfolded during those times.
Category: Gaspé Peninsula
Hunter-gatherers would eventually flourish all over the Americas, primarily based in the Great Plains of the United States and Canada, with offshoots as far east as the Gaspé Peninsula on the Atlantic coast, and as far south as Chile, Monte Verde.

Gaspé and up
It would cross the Gaspé Peninsula using the Matapédia River valley before heading up the St. Lawrence River valley to the rail connection with the GTR at Rivière-du-Loup.
In the provinces of Quebec ( particularly in the Gaspé peninsula ) and Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada, it is a regular summertime practice to go to the beach and scoop the capelin up in nets or whatever is available, as the capelin " roll in " in the millions each year at the end of June or in early July.
It continues up the Tobique River valley to Mount Carleton before crossing the Miramichi Highlands to the Restigouche River valley in Quebec and along the Chic-Choc Mountains of the Gaspé Peninsula, ending at the peninsula's easternmost point, Cap Gaspé in Forillon National Park.
From Cap Gaspé, the IAT skips to Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and over the Gulf of St. Lawrence to Newfoundland, where the trail picks up again at Channel-Port aux Basques and follows the west coast of the island up the Great Northern Peninsula before terminating at the island's northernmost tip, Cape Bauld.

Gaspé and part
La Côte-de-Gaspé is a regional county municipality on the Gaspé peninsula in eastern Quebec, Canada, part of the Gaspésie – Îles-de-la-Madeleine region.
The Patapédia River originates in the western part of Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula and runs southeast to its confluence with the Restigouche River.
In late July 1534, as part of his first voyage, he and his men encountered two hundred people who were fishing, near Gaspé Bay.
Route 132 runs through the centre of Mont-Joli as part of a loop that circumnavigates the Gaspé Peninsula ; it is located about southeast of Sainte-Flavie, where Route 132 intersects with itself.

Gaspé and southern
The Late Period extended from three thousand years ago until first contact with European settlers and was dominated by the organization of First Nations peoples into the Algonquian-influenced Abenaki Nation which existed largely in present-day interior Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, and the Mi ' kmaq Nation which inhabited all of Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, eastern New Brunswick and the southern Gaspé.
In fact, along with northern Yukon, Banks Island, some nunataks ( e. g. on the Gaspé Peninsula and western Newfoundland ) and possibly the Brooks Peninsula, the hills and their southern slopes are the only unglaciated land in present-day Canada.
Bonaventure Island ( officially in French: île Bonaventure ) is a Canadian island in the Gulf of St. Lawrence located off the southern coast of Quebec's Gaspé Peninsula, southeast of the village of Percé.

Gaspé and Quebec
* July 24 – Governor General Lord Dorchester, by proclamation issued from the Chateau St. Louis in Quebec City, divides the British Province of Quebec into five Districts, namely: Gaspé, Nassau, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, and Hesse.
Other islands include Île d ' Orléans near Quebec City, and Anticosti Island north of the Gaspé.
* Gaspé, Quebec
It is spoken by the francophone population of the Canadian province of New Brunswick, by small minorities in areas in the Gaspé region of eastern Quebec, by small groups of francophones in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, in the Magdalen Islands in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and a small swath of the northernmost portion ( St. John's Valley ) of the U. S state of Maine.
The eldest of four children, Lévesque was born in the Hotel Dieu Hospital in Campbellton, New Brunswick and raised 133 km away in New Carlisle, Quebec, in the Gaspé peninsula, by his parents, Diane ( née Dionne ) and Dominic Lévesque, a lawyer.
Lévesque attended the Séminaire de Gaspé and the Saint-Charles-Garnier College in Quebec City, both of which were run by the Jesuits.
* Gaspé, Quebec, Canada ( 2009 )
Category: Gaspé, Quebec
Pair at Gaspé Peninsula, Quebec
Born in Newport, Quebec in the Gaspé Peninsula, Mary Rose Anna Travers " La Bolduc " was a Native descendant Mi ' kmaq Métis.
2: A very large Darrieus wind turbine on the Gaspé peninsula, Quebec, Canada
The Míkmaq (; Mi ' kmaq: ) are a First Nations people, indigenous to the northeastern region of New England, Canada's Atlantic Provinces, and the Gaspé Peninsula of Quebec.
George d ' la Forge's maintenance of the language in North American diaspora is not as surprising as it might seem, as considerable numbers of Jersey people had been involved in the economic development and exploitation of the New World ( see New Jersey ), although much of the concentration focused on the cod fisheries of the Gaspé peninsula in Quebec, Canada, which were controlled into the early 20th century by Jersey-based companies or companies of Jersey origin employing Jersey labour.
Following CN's privatization in 1995, the company undertook a network rationalization program which made the IRC line between Moncton and Rivière-du-Loup, along with its trackage on the Gaspé Peninsula, redundant and it was sold in 1998 to short line operator Quebec Railway Corporation which now operates the New Brunswick East Coast Railway and associated subsidiaries.

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