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Ancient Land, New Land: Skmaqn - Port-La-Joye - Fort Amherst National Historic Site of Canada

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Ancient Land, New Land: Skmaqn - Port-La-Joye - Fort Amherst National Historic Site of Canada - Johnston, A J B, and Francis, Jesse
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The Mi'kmaq have inhabited Epekwitk (Prince Edward Island) for millennia. At this site, known in Mi'kmaq as Skmaqn, or waiting place, the Mi'kmaq met the French in the 18th century to renew their friendship and military alliance at a time when the French and British empires were fighting for supremacy in North America. As Europeans settled on what had become to be known as Isle Saint Jean, the major European players were France and Great Britain, each of whom started constructing forts and sending soldiers, warships and ...

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Ancient Land, New Land: Skmaqn - Port-La-Joye - Fort Amherst National Historic Site of Canada 2021, Acorn Press

ISBN-13: 9781773660707

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