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  • CharlevoixCharlevoix, Pierre François Xavier de16821761French Jesuit missionary, who lived in New France (now Canada), and historian Histoire de l'etablissement
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  • New France, b. in France in 1565; d. there, 1 Nov., 1612. The death of Henry IV. weakened Champlain's chances of successfully colonizing New France,
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  • turned first to the Dutch and then to the English for allies. “Thus did new France rush into collision with the redoubted warriors of the Five Nations. Here
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  • Volume 14 Jean TalonLionel Lindsay First intendant in exercise of New France, b. at Châlons-sur-Marne, 1625, of Philippe and Anne Beuvy; d. at Versailles
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  • Conspiracy of Pontiac (1851) Vassall Morton (1856) The Pioneers of France in the New World (1865) The Book of Roses (1866) The Jesuits in North America
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  • Alexandre de Prouville, Marquis de TracyLionel Lindsay Viceroy of New France, born in France, 1603, of noble parents; died there in 1670. A soldier from his
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  • Louis-Hector de CallièresLionel Lindsay Thirteenth Governor of New France; born at Cherbourg, France, 1646; died 26 May, 1705. He was the son of Jacques de Callières
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  • Author:Jean Jaurès (category French authors)
    _JeanJean jaures.jpg18591914French politician Studies in Socialism, translation by Mildred Minturn, 1906 (Index) The New Army[1] [[Democracy and military
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  • Enemond MasséThomas Joseph Campbell One of the first Jesuits sent to New France; born at Lyons, 1574; died at Sillery, l2 May, 1646. He went to Acadia
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  • Doughty Founder of Quebec and Father of New France, born at Brouage, a village in the province of Saintonge, France, 1570, or according to the "Bibliographie
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  • the author of many works on America. These include Old Virginia, New France and New England, The American Revolution, and Discovery of America (1892)
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  • jpg15671635French navigator, cartographer, draughtsman, soldier, explorer, geographer, ethnologist, diplomat, chronicler, founder of New France. Brief Discours
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  • Author:Pierre du Calvet (category French authors)
    duCalvetCalvet,_Pierre du17351786Born in France to a Protestant family, Pierre du Calvet emigrated to Canada in New France just before the Conquest of it by
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  • Beauval, Moncel, etc., and of Catherine Laffemas. Appointed governor of New France, Denonville, accompanied by his wife and two young daughters, left La
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  • future "History of New France". He returned to Paris in 1709 and studied theology for four years. In 1720, under instructions from the French Court, he began
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  • tres-religieux Frere Didace), a Canadian Recollect whose confessor he was for many years. He died shortly after his return to New France. Odoric-M. Jouve.
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  • LescarbotLionel Lindsay French lawyer, writer, and historian, b. at Vervins, between 1565 and 1570; d. about 1629. curiosity to see the New World and devotion
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  • own chequered life with the tragic tale of the struggles and fall of New France, and of the change of regime, the eyewitnesses of which he had personally
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  • considered a leading authority upon the history of his order, especially in New France. His principal works are: Bibliographie historique de la Compagnie de
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  • eighteenth centuries. At his death the Society of Jesus became extinct in New France. He first joined the Society as a lay brother at the novitiate in Paris
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