Les Premiers Colons de Québec, translated: "The first settlers of Québec"
Jean-Jehan wasn't just the first Côté in Canada. He was also among the first European settlers in the entire country acknowleged by this commemorative plaque in Montreal near the monument of Louis Hébert and Marie Rollet. (Left column, 20th from the top.) The plaque lists the 94 first settlers who undoubtedly had an optimistic vision about the future of the nation. We can only wonder if they would approve of what it has become today.
The creation date of this plaque is unknown, but it might be interesting to modern-day feminists and historical revisionists that the right-hand column lists the wives of every settler, acknowledging them equally for their historic contribution.