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The Great Peace of Montreal of 1701

French-native diplomacy in the seventeenth century

by Gilles Havard

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Published by McGill-Queen"s University Press in Montreal, Ithaca .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada,
  • Amérique du Nord
    • Subjects:
    • Traité de Montréal (1701),
    • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Government relations.,
    • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Treaties.,
    • Iroquois Indians -- Government relations.,
    • Iroquois Indians -- Treaties.,
    • Indians of North America -- Canada -- Government relations -- To 1830.,
    • Iroquois Indians -- Treaties, 1701.,
    • Indiens d"Amérique -- Canada -- Relations avec l"État -- Jusqu"à 1830.,
    • Indiens -- Amérique du Nord -- Traités, 1701.,
    • Iroquois (Indiens) -- Traités, 1701.,
    • Discours indiens d"Amérique.,
    • Canada -- History -- To 1763 (New France),
    • Canada -- History -- 1663-1713 (New France),
    • Canada -- Histoire -- 1663-1713 (Nouvelle-France)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGilles Havard ; translated by Phyllis Aronoff and Howard Scott.
      GenreTreaties.
      ContributionsAronoff, Phyllis, 1945-, Scott, Howard, 1952-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE92 .H39 2001
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 308 p. :
      Number of Pages308
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3648764M
      ISBN 100773522093, 0773522190
      LC Control Number2002489834
      OCLC/WorldCa46629368

      The peace continued between the French and Native groups until hostilities broke out between the two colonial powers, France and Great Britain. 2. The context may have changed tremendously since (there is no longer a French Regime or a Governor of New France), but historical “ties” remain. The Montreal Peace Treaty of (The Great Peace of Montreal) [From Parks Canada] On August 4, , the Governor General of New France, delegates from the Iroquois Nations and those of thirty First Nations allied with the French ratified a peace File Size: 88KB.

      The Great Peace of Montreal, also known as The Grande Paix de Montréal, happened in From , the founding of Quebec City, until the Great Peace, the "Fur Wars" occurred. There was tension already present between some of the tribes, but the rift grew when all of the tribes wanted to be the mediator of trading with the Europeans. One of the most significant diplomatic events in the history of North America took place in when New France and more than 30 First Nations signed the Great Peace Treaty of Montréal, officially ending nearly a century of conflict and introducing a new era of peace between the French, their First Nations allies and the Iroquois. On August 3, , Canada Post will issue .

      (The Iroquois in conducted diplomacy both in Montreal and Albany, and also concluded a significant agreement in Albany in that furthered English imperial objectives; none of this is mentioned here.) The imperial ambitions of both England and France (claiming some sort of sovereign control over Iroquoia) is also missing. The Great Peace of Montreal of French-native diplomacy in the seventeenth century, Gilles Havard ; translated by Phyllis Aronoff and Howard .


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The last decades of the seventeenth century were marked by persistent, bloody conflicts between the French and their Native allies on the one side and the Iroquois confederacy on the other.

In the summer of1, representatives of forty First Nations from the Maritimes to the Great Lakes and from James Bay to southern Illinois met with the French at Montreal.

Elaborate, month-long ceremonies culminated in the signing of The Great Peace of Montreal, which effectively put an end to the Iroquois wars.

In The Great Peace of Montreal of Gilles Havard brings to life the European and Native players who brought about this major feat of international diplomacy.

He highlights the differing interests and strategies of the numerous First Nations involved while giving a dramatic account of the colourful conference. ratification of the peace Made in the month of September last between the colony of Canada, the savages [Indigenous people] its allies, and the Iroquois in a general assembly of the chiefs of each of these nations convened by Monsieur the Chevalier de Callière, governor and lieutenant-general for the King in New France, at Montreal on August 4, The Great Peace of Montréal In summerMontréal was the scene of a major historical event: the signature of the Great Peace treaty.

This treaty put an end to several decades of conflict between the Iroquois, allies of the English, and. Peace of Montréal, In the French concluded a peace agreement with the Five Nations IROQUOIS, bringing to an end almost a century of hostilities marked by atrocities on both sides.

CHAMPLAIN inaugurated this series of military expeditions and guerrilla raids inwhen he joined a war party of ALGONQUIN. The Great Peace Treaty of was a means by which the different Aboriginal groups and the French could finally settle their differences and achieve peace.

There were three groups – the Iroquois, who had been allied with the English, the many aboriginal groups who had been allied with the French, and the French themselves. Read - Great Peace of Montreal of French-Native Diplomacy in the Seventeenth Century: Gilles Havard - desLibris.

Made in the month of September last between the colony of Canada, the savages [Indigenous people] its allies, and the Iroquois in a general assembly of the chiefs of each of these nations convened by Monsieur the Chevalier de Callière, governor and lieutenant-general for the King in New France, at Montreal on August 4, The Great Peace of Montreal of French-Native Diplomacy in the Seventeenth Century: Gilles Havard: Books - 5/5(1).

In the summer ofmore than 1, Indians, from forty different nations, gathered near Montreal. They came from the Mississippi Valley, the Great Lakes, and Acadia. The Great Peace of Montreal of French-Native Diplomacy in the Seventeenth Century. Translated by Phyllis Aronoff and Howard Scott) McGill-Queen=s University Press.

xvi, $ This book is a translation of a memorable Laval University MA thesis first published in French in The Great Peace of Montréal, Add this Collection to My Content; Many of this site's behavioral enhancements will only function in a modern browser that supports the Document Object Model and JavaScript.

However the site will still be usable with most user agents that do not support the DOM/JavaScript (or have support turned off. The Great Peace was a tremendously important event that brought together more than a thousand people from different First Nations and the French, in Montréal.

The treaty had a major impact on political history, putting an end to Franco-Iroquois wars and conflicts between the Iroquois and the Great Lakes nations over the fur : musée d'archéologie et d'histoire de Montréal Pointe-à-Callière.

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Translated by PHYLLIS ARONOFF and HOWARD scorr. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press : Jan Grabowski. The peace treaty signed in Montreal on August 4,hinged on the following four points: 1.

The signatory nations agreed not to make war on each other and agreed to symbolically bury their weapons. 2. The signatory nations considered each other allies or at least friends.

3.The Great Peace of Montréal. On August 4,Louis-Hector de Callière, Governor of New France, and the delegates of 39 aboriginal nations signed the treaty marking the Great Peace of Montreal, on the very site of Pointe-à-Callière. This unique event was a decisive milestone in the history of Montreal and of international diplomacy.

Ratification of the Peace made in the month of September last between the colony of Canada, the Savages its allies, and the Iroquois in a general assembly of the chiefs of each of these nations convened by Monsieur the Chevalier de Callière, governor and lieutenant-general for the King in New France, At Montreal on August 4,