1711 in Canada
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Events from the year 1711 in Canada.
- 1711-13 - Tuscarora War on North Carolina frontier fought between British settlers and Tuscarora Indians. Remnants of this Iroquoian tribe migrate north.
- 1711-13: Turcarora War (North Carolina) -- Under the English Col. John Barnwell, then Col. James Moore, the Tuscarora Nation was repeatedly attacked, its chiefs tortured, its people sold (10 pounds sterling each) into slavery. The survivors fled northward and settled among the Haudenosee (Iroquois) 5 Nations.
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- June 16 – François-Louis de Pourroy de Lauberivière, bishop of Quebec (died 1740), born in Grenoble, France.
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