Something to Remember

Francis Parkman concluded his monumental account of France and England in North America with the Peace of Paris of 1763, by which France ceded Quebec, once and for all, to the British Empire.  In an uncharacteristically smug observation on the aftermath, Parkman described the French Canadians as “a people . . .

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