Publisher Description

Parkman, American historian, studied and wrote about the history of Canada and the early Northwest. Partial Contents: Early Spanish Adventure; Villegagnon; Jean Ribaut; Laudonniere; Conspiracy; Famine-War-Succor; Menedez; Massacre of the Heretics; Charles IX and Philip II; Dominque de Gourgues; Early French Adventure in North America; La Roche-Champlain-De Monts; Acadia Occupied; Lescarbot and Champlain; The Jesuits and their Patroness; Jesuits in Acadia; La Saussaye-Argall; Ruin of French Acadia; Champlain at Quebec; Lake Champlain; War-Trade-Discovery; The Impostor Vignau; Discovery of Lake Huron; The Great War Party; Hostile Sects-Rival Interests; The English at Quebec; and Death of Champlain. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.

GENRE
History
RELEASED
1893
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
412
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
279.5
KB

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