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Native Canadians

It would be inconceivable to describe life in early Quebec without the native people. The predominant group was Algonquin, a collection of many tribes sharing a similar language. Generally hunting nomads, the Algonquin formed an amicable relationship with the French settlers and both groups were influenced by the other. Natives occasionally lived and worked on the farms of the French-Canadians and Jean-Baptiste Allard and his friend, Joseph, formed a life-long attachment that followed them through the adventures of Book Two: The HunterRead More 
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