Seigneurial System?

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The Seigneurial system was a form of system in New France where lords were granted parcels of land. it was a system to help in land distribution.
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Characteristics. A seigneury was granted to a seigneur. The seigneur was obliged to rent long lots (concessions) on his seigneury to tenant-farmers called censitaires (habitants)
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Seigneurial system, an institutional form of land distribution and occupation established in NEW FRANCE in 1627 and officially abolished in 1854. It was inspired by the feudal system
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The seigneurial system was modeled after the feudal system in Europe and included a system of rights and duties between seigneurs and censitaires (habitants). The Seigneurial System
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The seigneurial system was introduced to New France in 1627 by Cardinal Richelieu. Under this system, the lands were arranged in long, narrow strips, called seigneuries, along the
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