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of Quebec The Seminary of Quebec, established in 1663 as an institution for
Canadian priesthood studies and leading to French Canada's major Laval University in the
mid 19th century.
by the 1740s A significant view of Quebec by the 1740s, showing the main
stronghold and city of New France, including the Cathedral, Seminary and
Market Place The market place at Quebec, showing the two levels of Upper and
Town, mid 18th century.
of Quebec Map of Quebec and environs during the Siege of Quebec, which fell to the
British in September, 1759.
of Quebec A view of the landing place above the Town of Quebec, 1750s, which fell
to the British in 1759.Engraving by Harvey Smyth.
City, 1759 Stylized view of impressive Quebec City, capital of New France, before
its capture in 1759 by the British.
in Quebec, 1761 The Jesuit Church and College at Quebec, 1761, after the British
capture in 1759, still showing the effects of bombardment on the roofs and walls.
in 1761 A view of Quebec in 1761, from fields to the river, with the Ursulines
Convent inside the old town wall.
Building Early buildings in Quebec.
City Quebec City in the era of the American Revolution, as depicted in a water
colour by James Peachey, looking from the south bank of the St. Lawrence across to Cape
Diamond and the massive stone Citadel.
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