QatzelOk wrote:The natives had more control over the local Feudal system than you suggest.
Don't forget that it was French explorers who opened up North America so that the British could ethnic-cleanse it a few centuries later. But when the French were the European force, the locals were treated like human beings, and received as much independence as a French peasant would.
As I've previously pointed out to you Qatz, these differences are more easily explained by France's incapacity to exert more control over their colonies in North America than by this "hybrid culture" notion that's you've invented. France simply didn't have as big a footprint as the British in the region, though it wasn't for a lack of effort. After all France did make several attempts to increase the number of colonists, they just weren't as successful. A look at French colonies further south, like Saint-Domingue, shows that when the balance of power favoured the French they were much more heavy handed with the non-French population. So the idea that the French were intrinsically 'nicer' colonisers is pretty silly.
Hey, speaking of Saint Domingue, slavery. Where does the practice of slavery in New France fit into this hybrid culture you've dreamed up? Slavery seems a relevant topic in a thread about a "black" prime minister.