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1617 in Quebec

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1617 in Quebec

See also: 1616 in Quebec other events of 1617, 1618 in Quebec


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  • Events 1
  • Births 2
  • Deaths 3
  • References 4

Events

  • Louis Hébert, his wife Marie Rollet and three children settle in Quebec. Hébert becomes the first apothecary in New France. In 1800, Hébert and his wife would already have 4592 married descendants in Quebec, making the couple one of the most important in French-Canadian ancestry.

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