By Paul Hackett
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Additional info for A Very Remarkable Sickness: Epidemics in the Petit Nord, 1670-1846
This book will examine the epidemic history of one such region, the Petit Nord. The term Petit Nord, or Little North, was an informal regional designation employed first by the French fur traders, and later by the Montrealbased English and Scottish traders, to describe the large and valuable fur-trading country north of Lake Superior and east of Lake Winnipeg (Map 1). Roughly, the area was bordered on the north by Hudson and James bays, on the east by the divide between the Moose and Albany river drainage systems, and on the south by Lake Superior and the Boundary Waters that approximate the current US-Canada boundary between Lake Superior and Lake Winnipeg.
Roughly, the area was bordered on the north by Hudson and James bays, on the east by the divide between the Moose and Albany river drainage systems, and on the south by Lake Superior and the Boundary Waters that approximate the current US-Canada boundary between Lake Superior and Lake Winnipeg. Together with the Grand Nord, whose lands extended to the north and west of Lake Winnipeg, it formed part of the larger regional entity known as the Canadian Northwest. 15 16 INTRODUCTION Map 1: The Petit Nord The land once known as the Petit Nord is actually comprised of two very different physiographic regions.
By the end of the seventeenth century, the total population in the American colonies amounted to perhaps 250,000. Another 2000 lived in Quebec and 1500 in Montreal, and 10,000 Canadians lived on farms along the St. 32 Although crowd diseases were not endemic in northeastern North America at this time, the region nonetheless served as a temporary pool in which 29 Map 3: Smallpox and Measles Epidemics in Boston, 1640-1800 (After Caufield, "Early Measles Epidemics," 552-553; Duffy, Epidemics in Colonial America, 36; Currie, Historical Account, 36; Lemon, "Colonial America," 122; Mitchell, "Colonial Origins," 104) OLD WORLD DISEASE TRANSMISSION the diseases of more densely settled communities circulated prior to diffusion to the limits of the disease frontier.