Filles du roi
Filles du roi
- Here are entered works on French girls, including royal wards, who were sent to New France between 1665 and 1671 as wives for settlers and soldiers.
- Daughters of the king
- Filles du roy
Closely Matching Concepts from Other Schemes
- found: Work cat.: Blanchet, R. Marguerite Pasquier, fille du roy, c1998.
- found: CSH, Filles du roi (0200H2976).
- found: Reisinger, J. The King's daughters, c1988.
- found: Landry, Y. Les Filles du roi au XVIIe sic̈le, 1992.
- found: Canadian Encyclopedia, viewed Sept. 14, 2008 (Filles du Roi, women of marriageable age who were shipped ... to New France under royal [Louis XIV's] auspices from 1663-73 [to rectify the imbalance of sexes in the colony]... only the approximately 800 who disembarked during the first 11 years of royal government are commonly referred to as the filles du roi)
- found: Canadian Subject Headings WWW site, Nov. 7, 2008 (filles du roi)
Here are entered works on French girls, including royal wards, who were sent to New France between 1665 and 1671 as wives for settlers and soldiers.
- 2008-09-16: new
- 2008-12-02: revised
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