New Franceball was a historical countryball in North America. New Franceball (French: Nouvelle-France) was the area colonized by Franceball in Americas during a period beginning with the exploration of the Saint Lawrence River by Jacques Cartier in 1534 and ending with the cession of Louisianaball to Spainball and Canadaball to UKball in 1763. At its peak in 1712 (before the Treaty of Utrechtball), the territory of New Franceball, also sometimes known as the French North American Empire or Royal New Franceball, extended from Newfoundland and Labradorball to the Canadian prairies and from Arctic lands to the Gulf of Mexicoball, including all the Great Lakes of North America.

The territory was divided into five balls, each with its own administration: Canadaball, Hudson's Bayball, Acadiaballe, Newfoundlandball (Plaisance), and Louisianaball.

Acadiaballe had a difficult history, with the Great Upheaval, remembered on July 28 each year since 2003. The descendants are dispersed in the Maritime Provinces of Canada, in Maine and Louisianaball (forming the Cajunball in the USAball. Some say New France died in 1763, attacked by UKball after a miraculous resistance, but it actually still remains today as Saint Pierre and Miquelonball. Even if Franceball was busy in Europe against Prussiaball and survives today in the heart of French American people, Louisianaball and Quebecball who dreams that one day he will be Ze New-New-France to make l'Amérique beaucoup great again.


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