Having sold his house and garden in Paris, Louis Hébert set sail for what is now Québec City with his wife and three children. The family is renowned for cultivating the land they were given; Hébert is considered among the first successful European farmers in Canada. Also, Louis’ wife, Marie Rollet, was one of the first French women to scratch the soil of New France.
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