Quebec Genealogy

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Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec has digital maps online
Quebec Topics
Did You Know?
  • The Algonquin called Quebec "Kebe," meaning "the place where the river narrows."
  • Motto - "Je me souviens," French for "I remember".
  • is the largest Canadian province
  • is located in eastern Canada
  • Quebec is a French-speaking province.
  • The capital city is Quebec City
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Welcome to Quebec, Je me souviens
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Quebec was first permanently settled by Europeans in 1600 at Tadoussac.


Extinct or Renamed Counties:  Jacques Cartier · Laval

Major Repositories

Library and Archives Canada · Salle Gagnon · Eastern Townships Research Centre · Centre d'archives de Québec et de Chaudière-Appalaches · American-Canadian Genealogical Society ·

Migration Routes

Lake Champlain · St. Lawrence River · Chambly Canal · Champlain Canal · Halifax Road or Grand Communication Route  · Lake Champlain Trail

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