Analyses archéobotanique et archéoentomologique d'une structure datant du tournant du XIXe siècle, au site de l'îlot des Palais (CeEt-30), à Québec
|Authors:||Mallet Gauthier, Solène|
|Abstract:||Archaeobotanical and archaeoentomological analyses were conducted on soil samples taken from an early 19th century privy found at the îlot des Palaissite (CeEt-30) in Quebec City. The insect and seed remains identified inform us about the consumption habits and the daily lives of the city’s inhabitants, during a period of great political, economic and social changes. In fact, the early 1800’s were marked by a population increase, the arrival of a large number of Anglophone immigrants and an accelerated development of the shipbuilding industry. We argue that despite the implementation of new trade networks and culinary traditions, a part of the French Canadian foodways remained relatively unchanged. Thanks to this research, we now have a better understanding of the impact the first decades of the British rule have had over New France’s old capital and the daily lives of its inhabitants.|
|Document Type:||Mémoire de maîtrise|
|Open Access Date:||16 November 2019|
|Collection:||Thèses et mémoires|
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