Stadacona was just a settlement for some aboriginals during Cartier's time however, it is known as Quebec Citytoday.
The name Canada most likely comes from a St. Lawrence Iroquoian word kanata, meaning "village" or "settlement". In 1535, inhabitants of the present-day Quebec City region used the word to direct explorer Jacques Cartier toward the village of Stadacona. Cartier used the word 'Canada' to refer to not only that village, but the entire area. By 1545, European books and maps began referring to this region as Canada
Stadacona has written: 'The dual language bill'
HMCS Stadacona ended on 1920-03-31.
HMCS Stadacona was created on 1915-08-13.
Present-day Hochelaga is Montreal. Present-day Stadacona is Quebec City.
Today stadacona is named with letters of the alphabet. I do not know those letters.
Stadacona is the capital city.
the tribe stadacona
He was born in Stadacona, which is present day Quebec.
Stadacona was a 16th century St. Lawrence Iroquoian village near to present day Quebec City. The French explorer and navigator Jacques Cartier, travelling and charting the Saint Lawrence River, reached it on 7 September 1535. He returned to Stadacona to spend the winter there with his crew/group of 110 men.
Today Hochelaga is in Montreal. Today Stadacona is in Quebec City.