Québec in Capitale-Nationale (region), Quebec — French Canadian Region
First Graveyard of Quebec
Le premier cimetière de Québec
Within this enclosure was located the first graveyard of Quebec, where interments were made from the early days of the colony up to 1687.
"This plaque, commemorating the burial here of Indians and French settlers, has been restored by Parks Canada. It was inaugurated on May 1, 1993, on the tenth anniversary of the Federation of Quebec Stem-Families, Inc."
En cet endroit e trouvait la premier cimetière de Québec, où se firent les inhumations depuis les premiers temps de la colonie jusqu’à 1687.
“Cette plaque, commémorant l’ inhumation d’amérindiens et de pionniers français, a été restaurée par Parcs Canada. Elle fut inaugurée le 1er mai, 1993, lors du dixième anniversaire de la Fédération des familles-souches québécoises inc.”
Location. 46° 48.795′ N, 71° 12.232′ W. Marker is in Québec, Quebec, in Capitale-Nationale (region). Marker is on Côte de la Montagne, on the left when traveling south. Touch for map. Marker is at or near this postal address: 73 Côte de la Montagne, Québec, Quebec G1K 4E3, Canada.
Other nearby markers. At least 8 other markers are within walking distance of this marker. Diamond Jubilee of Confederation (within shouting distance of this marker); First Patent in Canada Trois façons de se chauffer / Three Modes of Heating (within shouting distance of this marker); Louis Jolliet House (within shouting distance of this marker); Champlain Monument (about 90 meters away, measured in a direct line); Site historique et archéologique de l’Habitation-Samuel-De Champlain (about 90 meters away); Louis Jolliet (about 90 meters away); Funiculaire / Funicular (about 90 meters away). Touch for a list and map of all markers in Québec.
Regarding First Graveyard of Quebec. This marker is located at the southern end of Parc Montmorency.
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