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The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century

Francis Parkman, american historian (1823-1893)


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Table of Contents

-01- About this book

-02- PREFACE

-03- INTRODUCTION

-04- NATIVE TRIBES

-05- THE HURONS

-06- THE HURON IROQUOIS FAMILY

-07- SOCIAL AND POLITICAL ORGANIZATION

-08- THE IROQUOIS

-09- RELIGION AND SUPERSTITIONS

-10- NOTRE DAME DES ANGES

-11- LOYOLA AND THE JESUITS

-12- PAUL LE JEUNE

-13- LE JEUNE AND THE HUNTERS

-14- THE HURON MISSION

-15- BRÉBEUF AND HIS ASSOCIATES

-16- THE FEAST OF THE DEAD

-17- THE HURON AND THE JESUIT

-18- CHARACTER OF THE CANADIAN JESUITS

-19- PERSECUTION

-20- PRIEST AND PAGAN

-21- THE TOBACCO NATION

-22- QUEBEC AND ITS TENANTS

-23- DEVOTEES AND NUNS

-24- VILLEMARIE DE MONTREAL.

-25- ISAAC JOGUES

-26- THE IROQUOIS, BRESSANI, DE NOUË

-27- VILLEMARIE

-28- PEACE

-29- THE PEACE BROKEN

-30- ANOTHER WAR

-31- PRIEST AND PURITAN

-32- A DOOMED NATION

-33- THE HURON CHURCH

-34- SAINTE MARIE

-35- ANTOINE DANIEL

-36- RUIN OF THE HURONS

-37- THE MARTYRS

-38- THE SANCTUARY

-39- GARNIER

-40- THE HURON MISSION ABANDONED

-41- THE LAST OF THE HURONS

-42- THE DESTROYERS

-43- THE END

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2014
6 August
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
592
Pages
PUBLISHER
The Perfect Library
SELLER
FB Editions
SIZE
1.6
MB

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