Quebec, The Revolutionary Age 1760-1791 is a book (ISBN 0-7710-6658-9) by Canadian historian Dr. Hilda Neatby published in 1966 in both the French and English languages as part of The Canadian Centenary Series.
The seminal work examined the transitional events between 1760-1791 in the colonial province of Quebec, Canada following victory by British forces over the armies of France and the decision made by the King of France to hand over Quebec to the British in the 1763 Treaty of Paris that ended the Seven Years' War.
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