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  1. Quebec: A Historical Geography by Serge Courville, 2008-07-30
  2. Quebec (Study in Canadian Geography) by Fernand Grenier, 1972-06
  3. Speaking the land exploring women's historical geographies in Northern Quebec.(Author abstract): An article from: The Canadian Geographer by Caroline Desbiens, 2007-09-22
  4. Geography of Quebec City: Saint-Charles River, Montmorency Falls, Cap Diamant, Anse-au-Foulon, Mount Bélair,
  5. Quebec (InfoCanada Provinces and Territories) by Jessica Pegis, 2004
  6. Le Quebec en Changement: Entre l'Exclusion et l'Esperance. (book review): An article from: The Canadian Geographer by Jean-Marie M. Dubois, 2001-12-22
  7. Le Quebec: geneses et mutations du territoire.(Book Review): An article from: The Canadian Geographer by Claude Manzagol, 2003-06-22
  8. Montérégie Geography Introduction: Lemoyne, Quebec, Granby, Quebec, Montérégie, Saint-Timothée, Quebec, Grande-Île, Quebec, Saint-Jacques River
  9. Estrie Geography Introduction: Fleurimont, Quebec, North Hatley, Quebec, Magog, Quebec, Potton, Quebec, Lennoxville, Quebec
  10. Abitibi-Témiscamingue Geography Introduction: Malartic, Quebec, La Morandière, Quebec, Témiscamingue Regional County Municipality, Quebec
  11. Chaudière-Appalaches Geography Introduction: Montmagny, Quebec, Lotbinière Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Honfleur, Quebec, Beaumont
  12. Montreal Geography: Montréal-Est, Quebec, L'île-Dorval, Quebec, Nuns' Island, Little Italy, Montreal, Berri Street, Old Port of Montreal
  13. Quebec from the Air: From Season to Season by Pierre Lahoud, Henri Dorion, 2004-02
  14. Regions of central Canada: A geographical transect from southern Ontario to northeastern Ontario and northwestern Quebec (Occasional paper / Department of Geography, Trent University) by Frederick M Helleiner, 1985

1. Category:Quebec Geography Stubs - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This category is for geography stub articles relating to Quebec. You can help Wikipedia by expanding them. To add an article to this category, use {{Quebecgeo-stub}}
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2. Chemistry - Category:Quebec Geography
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3. BIGpedia - Category:Quebec Geography - Encyclopedia And Dictionary Online
BIGpedia CategoryQuebec geography Encyclopedia and Dictionary Online
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    4. Category:Quebec Geography - Art History Online Reference And Guide
    CategoryQuebec geography Your Art History Reference Guide!
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    5. Category:Quebec Geography Stubs - Wikivisual
    Pages in category Quebec geography stubs There are 63 pages in this section of this category.
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    6. Physics - Category:Quebec Geography
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    http://www.physicsdaily.com/physics/Category:Quebec_geography

    7. The Ultimate Category:Quebec Geography Dog Breeds Information Guide And Referenc
    The Ultimate CategoryQuebec geography Dog Breeds Online Reference Guide
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    8. Sociology - Category:Quebec Geography
    0615-2010 223311 The contents of this article are licensed from Wikipedia.org under the GNU Free Documentation License. How to see transparent copy
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    9. SingaporeMoms - Parenting Encyclopedia - Category:Quebec Geography
    Parenting CategoryQuebec geography The contents of this article are licensed from Wikipedia.org under the GNU Free Documentation License.
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    10. Science Fair Projects - Category:Quebec Geography
    The Ultimate Science Fair Projects Encyclopedia CategoryQuebec geography
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    11. Answers.com - What Is Quebec Geography
    Can you answer this question? Answer it or get updates discuss research share Facebook Twitter Search Related answers Where is Quebec ? What about the geography of Quebec
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    12. GardeningDaily - Category:Quebec Geography
    gardening, gardens, flowers, plants, CategoryQuebec geography 0615-2010 223446 The contents of this article are licensed from Wikipedia.org under the GNU Free
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    13. Geography Of Quebec - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Quebec, Canada 's largest province, occupies a vast territory (nearly three times the size of France), most of which is very sparsely populated.
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    Geography of Quebec
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search The Quebec territory. Approximate areas of ecoregions Quebec Canada 's largest province, occupies a vast territory (nearly three times the size of France ), most of which is very sparsely populated. More than 90 percent of Quebec's area lies within the Canadian Shield , and includes the greater part of the Labrador Peninsula . Quebec's highest mountain is Mont D'Iberville , which is located on the border with Newfoundland and Labrador in the northeastern part of the province in the Torngat Mountains . The addition of parts of the vast and scarcely populated District of Ungava of the Northwest Territories between 1898 and 1912 gave the province its current form. Quebec is bordered by the province of Ontario James Bay and Hudson Bay (including the circular Nastapoka arc ) to the west, the provinces of New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador to the east, the United States Maine New Hampshire Vermont and New York ) to the south and Hudson Strait and Ungava Bay to the north. Its northernmost point is

    14. Qubec Geography - Tourist Guide Of Quebec, The Portal Of Quebec, Canada, Accomm
    Welcome to the Tourist Guide of Quebec, Canada, The Portal, Accommodation, Vehicules Virtual Marketplace, Business Directory, Advertisers, Activities
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    15. Province Of Quebec - History, Geography, Economy, Education And Government - Enc
    Date Published June 2005. L’Encyclop die de l’histoire du Qu bec / The Quebec History Encyclopedia . Province of Quebec This article was
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    Province of Quebec Quebec, the most easterly of the provinces of Canada [this was true before the entrance of Newfoundland into Confederation in 1949], is bounded on the north by Ungava Bay and Hudson straits, on the west by Hudson Bay James Bay , the Ottawa river , and the province of Ontario , on the south by the states of New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, and on the east by the Labrador coast and the gulf of St. Lawrence In 1912 the area of Quebec was exactly doubled, and extended to 703,653 square miles through the annexation of the territory of Ungava ; but fifteen years later, in 1927, a decision of the Privy Council gave back to the colony of Newfoundland 102,000 of the 351,780 square miles thus added, leaving an actual present area of 594,534 square miles, which leaves Quebec still the largest of the Canadian provinces. The combined area of France , Germany , and Spain exceeds only by 2,600 square miles that of Quebec . History The history of Quebec dates as far back as the discovery of Canada itself. It was indeed on her soil that

    16. Sainte-Foy (Quebec, Canada) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
    SainteFoy (Quebec, Canada), former city, Qu bec region, southern Quebec province, Canada. In 2002 it was incorporated into Quebec city, becoming a borough of the enlarged city.
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    Table of Contents: Sainte-Foy Article Article External Web sites External Web sites Citations ARTICLE from the Sainte-Foy Quebec province, Canada . In 2002 it was incorporated into Quebec city, becoming a borough of the enlarged city. Sainte-Foy borough is situated on the north bank of the St. Lawrence River, opposite the mouth of the Saint-Charles River, in the southwestern part of Quebec city. Originally named for a village in France, the settlement was called Notre-Dame-de-Foy after a canonical parish was formed there in 1698; however, the shorter name prevailed. Sainte-Foy was the scene of a French victory over the British in 1760, a year after the fall of Quebec, but the arrival of British naval forces forced the French to withdraw to Montreal. It was incorporated as a city in 1955, retaining that status until its amalgamation into Quebec city in 2002. Laval University
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    17. Quebec’s Geography, Quebec Geography, Quebec Geographic Location, Quebec Clima
    Home Geography Quebec's natural wonders . Quebec is the largest of the 10 Canadian provinces and is located in the northeast corner of the North American continent.
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    in Quebec in details weather is very particular. Indeed, inhabitants can enjoy a climate changing according to the four seasons. In winter, snow is abundant and cold sets in. In the spring, nature comes back to life, while summer is hot and humid. In autumn, you can admire the beautiful colours of the tree leaves, with their shades of red, gold and bright yellow. Quebec has three different climates, which are the humid continental climate in most of the territory, the subarctic climate where you will find taiga, and finally, the arctic climate where plants and tundra fight for their lives.
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    18. RootsWeb: QC-ETANGLO-L [QC-ETANGLO-L] Quebec Geography
    From Janet Hodder Subject QCETANGLO-L Quebec geography Date Tue, 20 Oct 1998 150433 -0600 (MDT) Hello - I am a new subscriber and would like some info about south eastern
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    Hello - I am a new subscriber and would like some info about south eastern
    Quebec. When someone says their ancestor was from St John's, Quebec, would
    this be referring to a town or township? Might this be referring to the old
    Fort St John's that was rather notable during Revolutionary times? My
    great grandfather, Thomas Cutting came from Suffolk, Eng. to Quebec in
    1823. He was about three years of age. I assume he was with his family but I don't know the names of his parents. When he was l8, he came down into the States and resided in the Auburn, NY area. His obituary stated he was from St John's and that he was Baptist. He died in 1902 in Bloomington, Illinois. I think the family came from East Anglia with a group of Baptists or at least non-conformists. Any suggestions would be most appreciated. Hopefully, Janet from Montana This thread:

    19. Qubec: Geography, History, Photos, Videos And Screen Savers
    Qu bec is truly a unique land in North America. Unique for its geography, its history and its culture, which together have forged its bold and exuberant identity.
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    20. Quebec Geography
    Charlevoix Geography. Everyone knows that the Charlevoix Region owes its unique geography to a meteorite that helped shape not only the land but its agriculture and cuisine.
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    - Quebec - http://provincequebec.com - Click here to print Close this window Geography Charlevoix Geography It was a fifteen-billion-ton, two-kilometre-wide meteorite that fell to earth along the north shore of the St. Lawrence in the late Devonian period about 350 million years ago. Today, the area inside the meteorite crater is home to 90 percent of Charlevoix residents and is a very pastoral setting. Many small farms and villages dot the gently rolling hill, and most of them are laid out in their original fashion, with long, narrow strips of land running from the coast up the hill to a stand of trees. This eighteenth-century artifice allows each farmer to own waterfront, arable land, and woodland in one plot and results in a quaint and unique pattern on the countryside. Charlevoix is one of the smaller regions which extends from the Quebec City Region, in the west, to Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, in the north, and Manicouagan, on the east. Some of the most famous Charlevoix attractions are located outside the crater. For example, the ski resort Le Massif, part of the High Laurentians, where downhill skiers enjoy some of the steepest slopes in North America. Nevertheless, meteorite is not the only event to have shaped this landscape. In fact Charlevoix is the most active earthquake zone in eastern Canada. A gigantic earthquake occurred here in 1663, and it event changed the shape of the region. The landslide that followed caused part of the coast to be swept into the St. Lawrence.

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