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Pioneer Priests of North America - 1642-1760 Volume III - Campbell, Rev T. J.
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: FITTS PR, 372 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=21mm, Gew.=472gr, [GR: 25500 - TB/Geschichte], [SW: - History - General History], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: PIONEER PRIESTS OF NORTH AMERICA 1642-1710 BY THE REV. T. J. CAMPBELL, SJ. Vol.. ill. AMONG THE ALGONQUINS NKW THE AMERICA PRESS 1911 ALGONQUINS. From the Hebert Group before the Palais Legislatif, Quebec, This volume of the PIONEER PRIESTS OF NORTH AMERICA is respectfully dedicated to the RIGHT REVEREND BISHOP OF PORTLAND, Louis SEBASTIAN WALSH, D. D. in whose diocese, on the banks of the Kennebec, the venerable remains of FATHER SEBASTIAN RALE, S. J., . lie buried Nihil Obstat. REMIGIUS LAFORX, S. T. L-, Censor I naprima-tur . JOHN M. FARLEY, D. D., of Vork, April 25, TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction . PAUL LE JEUNE. CHAPTER I Early life Departure for the Missions Across the Atlantic At Tadoussac and Quebec First negro in Canada Learning-the Language The renegade Amantancha Escape from drowning The drunken Pierre In the woods The lost canoe The Sorcerer Le Jeune and the Devil Christmas In the ice of the river Return pp. 1-20 II. First posts Sillery Notre Dame de Recouvrance Indian school Hotel Dieu The Jesuit College Death of Champlain Mass on Isle Jesus Hunting elk Scientific problems pp. 21-34 III. Journey to France Last six years in Canada In France again Letter to Louis XIV Events in New France Death Miracles pp. 35-42 JAMES BUTEUX. I. Shattered health Indian brutality Rescued squaw Savages at the Mission Buteuxs audacity The pious Whitefish Sillery The Indian drums Case of Con science Iroquois raids pp. 43-55 II. Up the St. Maurice Sleeping in the snow Mirage Mass in the forest Lost on the trail Starvation Holy Week At the Indian Villages Erecting the cross Indian records of sins Lake Kisagami The pursuing Iroquois Again at Three Rivers Second journey to the north Slain by theIndians. . . pp. 56-69 vii TABLE OF CONTENTS GABRIEL DRUILLETTES. CHAPTER I. The Winter hunt Danger of blindness The Abnaki Sagamos The Chaudiere JSTarantsouac Cousinoc Edward Winslow The Capuchins The trip to Moose Head Back to Quebec pp. 70-79 II. Ecclesiastical jurisdiction Second winter with the . savages The old squaw Arrival at Tadoussac Sec ond journey to Narantsouac Lost on the St. John The surly Etchemin Visit to Boston as Ambassador Conditions in New England John Winslows con frairie Major Gibbons Darbyfield the Irishman Governor Dudley Plymouth The Fish Dinner Witchcraft Endicott John Eliot Protestant and Catholic Indian Missions Burning of Eliots book by Order of the Court Harvard Return to Quebec Failure of the Embassy, pp. 89-99 III. Starts for the Ottawa country Death of Garreau Rejected by the Ottawas At Montreal Up the Sag uenay at Nekouba Various routes to the North Sea With the Montagnais Teacher of Marquette Fol lows Marquette to the West Missionary at the Sault Massacre of the Dakotas Dies at Quebec.. pp, 100-108 CHARLES ALBANEL. I, Arrival in America Life with the Montagnais Pub lishing the banns With de Tracy on the Mohawk - Resuscitation of a Chief Pestilence at Tadoussac Theordore and Susanna Off for Hudson Bay The Papinachois Mass in the Woods Prior claims of dis covery Lake St. John News from the Bay Lake Al banel-Reaching the Bay First Convert Description of new territory- Return to Tadoussac pp. 109-126 -, viii TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 II. Crippled in the woods Radisson in New York Escape from the Indians Recapture Torture Saved by the Dutch Sent to France Back in Canada Be comes a voyageur Wanderings in the West Escape from Onondaga Headwaters of theMississippi Al leged journey to Hudson Bay 111 treated by Avau gour Goes to England Writes his famous book Organizes Hudson Bay Company Sails to the Bay Suspected by the English Meets Albanel at the Bay Returns to French service Albanel a prisoner in England Returns to America Dies at the Sault pp. 127-146 CLAUDE ALLOUEZ. I... PIONEER PRIESTS OF NORTH AMERICA 1642-1710 BY THE REV. T. J. CAMPBELL, SJ. Vol.. ill. AMONG THE ALGONQUINS NKW THE AMERICA PRESS 1911 ALGONQUINS. From the Hebert Group before the Palais Legislatif, Quebec, This volume of the PIONEER PRIESTS OF NORTH AMERICA is respectfully dedicated to the RIGHT REVEREND BISHOP OF PORTLAND, Louis SEBASTIAN WALSH, D. D. in whose diocese, on the banks of the Kennebec, the venerable remains of FATHER SEBASTIAN RALE, S. J., . lie buried Nihil Obstat. REMIGIUS LAFORX, S. T. L-, Censor I naprima-tur . JOHN M. FARLEY, D. D., of Vork, April 25, TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction . PAUL LE JEUNE. CHAPTER I Early life Departure for the Missions Across the Atlantic At Tadoussac and Quebec First negro in Canada Learning-the Language The renegade Amantancha Escape from drowning The drunken Pierre In the woods The lost canoe The Sorcerer Le Jeune and the Devil Christmas In the ice of the river Return pp. 1-20 II. First posts Sillery Notre Dame de Recouvrance Indian school Hotel Dieu The Jesuit College Death of Champlain Mass on Isle Jesus Hunting elk Scientific problems pp. 21-34 III. Journey to France Last six years in Canada In France again Letter to Louis XIV Events in New France Death Miracles pp. 35-42 JAMES BUTEUX. I. Shattered health Indian brutality Rescued squaw Savages at the Mission Buteuxs audacity The pious Whitefish Sillery The Indian drums Case of Con science Iroquois raids pp. 43-55 II. Up the St. Maurice Sleeping in the snow Mirage Mass in the forest Lost on the trail Starvation Holy Week At the Indian Villages Erecting the cross Indian records of sins Lake Kisagami The pursuing Iroquois Again at Three Rivers Second journey to the north Slain by theIndians. . . pp. 56-69 vii TABLE OF CONTENTS GABRIEL DRUILLETTES. CHAPTER I. The Winter hunt Danger of blindness The Abnaki Sagamos The Chaudiere JSTarantsouac Cousinoc Edward Winslow The Capuchins The trip to Moose Head Back to Quebec pp. 70-79 II. Ecclesiastical jurisdiction Second winter with the . savages The old squaw Arrival at Tadoussac Sec ond journey to Narantsouac Lost on the St. John The surly Etchemin Visit to Boston as Ambassador Conditions in New England John Winslows con frairie Major Gibbons Darbyfield the Irishman Governor Dudley Plymouth The Fish Dinner Witchcraft Endicott John Eliot Protestant and Catholic Indian Missions Burning of Eliots book by Order of the Court Harvard Return to Quebec Failure of the Embassy, pp. 89-99 III. Starts for the Ottawa country Death of Garreau Rejected by the Ottawas At Montreal Up the Sag uenay at Nekouba Various routes to the North Sea With the Montagnais Teacher of Marquette Fol lows Marquette to the West Missionary at the Sault Massacre of the Dakotas Dies at Quebec.. pp, 100-108 CHARLES ALBANEL. I, Arrival in America Life with the Montagnais Pub lishing the banns With de Tracy on the Mohawk - Resuscitation of a Chief Pestilence at Tadoussac Theordore and Susanna Off for Hudson Bay The Papinachois Mass in the Woods Prior claims of dis covery Lake St. John News from the Bay Lake Al banel-Reaching the Bay First Convert Description of new territory- Return to Tadoussac pp. 109-126 -, viii TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 II. Crippled in the woods Radisson in New York Escape from the Indians Recapture Torture Saved by the Dutch Sent to France Back in Canada Be comes a voyageur Wanderings in the West Escape from Onondaga Headwaters of theMississippi Al leged journey to Hudson Bay 111 treated by Avau gour Goes to England Writes his famous book Organizes Hudson Bay Company Sails to the Bay Suspected by the English Meets Albanel at the Bay Returns to French service Albanel a prisoner in England Returns to America Dies at the Sault pp. 127-146 CLAUDE ALLOUEZ. I...

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: FITTS PR], PIONEER PRIESTS OF NORTH AMERICA 1642-1710 BY THE REV. T. J. CAMPBELL, SJ. Vol.. ill. AMONG THE ALGONQUINS NKW THE AMERICA PRESS 1911 ALGONQUINS. From the Hebert Group before the Palais Legislatif, Quebec, This volume of the PIONEER PRIESTS OF NORTH AMERICA is respectfully dedicated to the RIGHT REVEREND BISHOP OF PORTLAND, Louis SEBASTIAN WALSH, D. D. in whose diocese, on the banks of the Kennebec, the venerable remains of FATHER SEBASTIAN RALE, S. J., . lie buried Nihil Obstat. REMIGIUS LAFORX, S. T. L-, Censor I naprima-tur . JOHN M. FARLEY, D. D., of Vork, April 25, TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction . PAUL LE JEUNE. CHAPTER I Early life Departure for the Missions Across the Atlantic At Tadoussac and Quebec First negro in Canada Learning-the Language The renegade Amantancha Escape from drowning The drunken Pierre In the woods The lost canoe The Sorcerer Le Jeune and the Devil Christmas In the ice of the river Return pp. 1-20 II. First posts Sillery Notre Dame de Recouvrance Indian school Hotel Dieu The Jesuit College Death of Champlain Mass on Isle Jesus Hunting elk Scientific problems pp. 21-34 III. Journey to France Last six years in Canada In France again Letter to Louis XIV Events in New France Death Miracles pp. 35-42 JAMES BUTEUX. I. Shattered health Indian brutality Rescued squaw Savages at the Mission Buteuxs audacity The pious Whitefish Sillery The Indian drums Case of Con science Iroquois raids pp. 43-55 II. Up the St. Maurice Sleeping in the snow Mirage Mass in the forest Lost on the trail Starvation Holy Week At the Indian Villages Erecting the cross Indian records of sins Lake Kisagami The pursuing Iroquois Again at Three Rivers Second journey to the north Slain by theIndians. . . pp. 56-69 vii TABLE OF CONTENTS GABRIEL DRUILLETTES. CHAPTER I. The Winter hunt Danger of blindness The Abnaki Sagamos The Chaudiere JSTarantsouac Cousinoc Edward Winslow The Capuchins The trip to Moose Head Back to Quebec pp. 70-79 II. Ecclesiastical jurisdiction Second winter with the . savages The old squaw Arrival at Tadoussac Sec ond journey to Narantsouac Lost on the St. John The surly Etchemin Visit to Boston as Ambassador Conditions in New England John Winslows con frairie Major Gibbons Darbyfield the Irishman Governor Dudley Plymouth The Fish Dinner Witchcraft Endicott John Eliot Protestant and Catholic Indian Missions Burning of Eliots book by Order of the Court Harvard Return to Quebec Failure of the Embassy, pp. 89-99 III. Starts for the Ottawa country Death of Garreau Rejected by the Ottawas At Montreal Up the Sag uenay at Nekouba Various routes to the North Sea With the Montagnais Teacher of Marquette Fol lows Marquette to the West Missionary at the Sault Massacre of the Dakotas Dies at Quebec.. pp, 100-108 CHARLES ALBANEL. I, Arrival in America Life with the Montagnais Pub lishing the banns With de Tracy on the Mohawk - Resuscitation of a Chief Pestilence at Tadoussac Theordore and Susanna Off for Hudson Bay The Papinachois Mass in the Woods Prior claims of dis covery Lake St. John News from the Bay Lake Al banel-Reaching the Bay First Convert Description of new territory- Return to Tadoussac pp. 109-126 -, viii TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 II. Crippled in the woods Radisson in New York Escape from the Indians Recapture Torture Saved by the Dutch Sent to France Back in Canada Be comes a voyageur Wanderings in the West Escape from Onondaga Headwaters of theMississippi Al leged journey to Hudson Bay 111 treated by Avau gour Goes to England Writes his famous book Organizes Hudson Bay Company Sails to the Bay Suspected by the English Meets Albanel at the Bay Returns to French service Albanel a prisoner in England Returns to America Dies at the Sault pp. 127-146 CLAUDE ALLOUEZ. I...Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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[EAN: 9781406745146], Neubuch, Print on Demand. PIONEER PRIESTS OF NORTH AMERICA 1642-1710 BY THE REV. T. J. CAMPBELL, SJ. Vol. ill. AMONG THE ALGONQUINS NKW THE AMERICA PRESS 1911 ALGONQUINS. From the Hebert Group before the Palais Legislatif, Quebec, This volume of the PIONEER PRIESTS OF NORTH AMERICA is respectfully dedicated to the RIGHT REVEREND BISHOP OF PORTLAND, Louis SEBASTIAN WALSH, D. D. in whose diocese, on the banks of the Kennebec, the venerable remains of FATHER SEBASTIAN RALE, S. J., . lie buried Nihil Obstat. REMIGIUS LAFORX, S. T. L-, Censor I naprima-tur . JOHN M. FARLEY, D. D., of Vork, April 25, TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction . PAUL LE JEUNE. CHAPTER I Early life Departure for the Missions Across the Atlantic At Tadoussac and Quebec First negro in Canada Learning-the Language The renegade Amantancha Escape from drowning The drunken Pierre In the woods The lost canoe The Sorcerer Le Jeune and the Devil Christmas In the ice of the river Return pp. 1-20 II. First posts Sillery Notre Dame de Recouvrance Indian school Hotel Dieu The Jesuit College Death of Champlain Mass on Isle Jesus Hunting elk Scientific problems pp. 21-34 III. Journey to France Last six years in Canada In France again Letter to Louis XIV Events in New France Death Miracles pp. 35-42 JAMES BUTEUX. I. Shattered health Indian brutality Rescued squaw Savages at the Mission Buteuxs audacity The pious Whitefish Sillery The Indian drums Case of Con science Iroquois raids pp. 43-55 II. Up the St. Maurice Sleeping in the snow Mirage Mass in the forest Lost on the trail Starvation Holy Week At the Indian Villages Erecting the cross Indian records of sins Lake Kisagami The pursuing Iroquois Again at Three Rivers Second journey to the north Slain by theIndians. . . pp. 56-69 vii TABLE OF CONTENTS GABRIEL DRUILLETTES. CHAPTER I. The Winter hunt Danger of blindness The Abnaki Sagamos The Chaudiere JSTarantsouac Cousinoc Edward Winslow The Capuchins The trip to Moose Head Back to Quebec pp. 70-79 II. Ecclesiastical jurisdiction Second winter with the . savages The old squaw Arrival at Tadoussac Sec ond journey to Narantsouac Lost on the St. John The surly Etchemin Visit to Boston as Ambassador Conditions in New England John Winslows con frairie Major Gibbons Darbyfield the Irishman Governor Dudley Plymouth The Fish Dinner Witchcraft Endicott John Eliot Protestant and Catholic Indian Missions Burning of Eliots book by Order of the Court Harvard Return to Quebec Failure of the Embassy, pp. 89-99 III. Starts for the Ottawa country Death of Garreau Rejected by the Ottawas At Montreal Up the Sag uenay at Nekouba Various routes to the North Sea With the Montagnais Teacher of Marquette Fol lows Marquette to the West Missionary at the Sault Massacre of the Dakotas Dies at Quebec. pp, 100-108 CHARLES ALBANEL. I, Arrival in America Life with the Montagnais Pub lishing the banns With de Tracy on the Mohawk - Resuscitation of a Chief Pestilence at Tadoussac Theordore and Susanna Off for Hudson Bay The Papinachois Mass in the Woods Prior claims of dis covery Lake St. John News from the Bay Lake Al banel-Reaching the Bay First Convert Description of new territory- Return to Tadoussac pp. 109-126 -, viii TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 II. Crippled in the woods Radisson in New York Escape from the Indians Recapture Torture Saved by the Dutch Sent to France Back in Canada Be comes a voyageur Wanderings in the West Escape from Onondaga Headwaters of theMississippi Al leged journey to Hudson Bay 111 treated by Avau gour Goes to England Writes his famous book Organizes Hudson Bay Company Sails to the Bay Suspected by the English Meets Albanel at the Bay Returns to French service Albanel a prisoner in England Returns to America Dies at the Sault pp. 127-146 CLAUDE ALLOUEZ. I. 372 pages.

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PIONEER PRIESTS OF NORTH AMERICA 1642-1710 BY THE REV. T. J. CAMPBELL, SJ. Vol.. ill. AMONG THE ALGONQUINS NKW THE AMERICA PRESS 1911 ALGONQUINS. From the Hebert Group before the Palais Legislatif, Quebec, This volume of the PIONEER PRIESTS OF NORTH AMERICA is respectfully dedicated to the RIGHT REVEREND BISHOP OF PORTLAND, Louis SEBASTIAN WALSH, D. D. in whose diocese, on the banks of the Kennebec, the venerable remains of FATHER SEBASTIAN RALE, S. J., . lie buried Nihil Obstat. REMIGIUS LAFORX, S. T. L-, Censor I naprima-tur . JOHN M. FARLEY, D. D., of Vork, April 25, TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction . PAUL LE JEUNE. CHAPTER I Early life Departure for the Missions Across the Atlantic At Tadoussac and Quebec First negro in Canada Learning-the Language The renegade Amantancha Escape from drowning The drunken Pierre In the woods The lost canoe The Sorcerer Le Jeune and the Devil Christmas In the ice of the river Return pp. 1-20 II. First posts Sillery Notre Dame de Recouvrance Indian school Hotel Dieu The Jesuit College Death of Champlain Mass on Isle Jesus Hunting elk Scientific problems pp. 21-34 III. Journey to France Last six years in Canada In France again Letter to Louis XIV Events in New France Death Miracles pp. 35-42 JAMES BUTEUX. I. Shattered health Indian brutality Rescued squaw Savages at the Mission Buteuxs audacity The pious Whitefish Sillery The Indian drums Case of Con science Iroquois raids pp. 43-55 II. Up the St. Maurice Sleeping in the snow Mirage Mass in the forest Lost on the trail Starvation Holy Week At the Indian Villages Erecting the cross Indian records of sins Lake Kisagami The pursuing Iroquois Again at Three Rivers Second journey to the north Slain by theIndians. . . pp. 56-69 vii TABLE OF CONTENTS GABRIEL DRUILLETTES. CHAPTER I. The Winter hunt Danger of blindness The Abnaki Sagamos The Chaudiere JSTarantsouac Cousinoc Edward Winslow The Capuchins The trip to Moose Head Back to Quebec pp. 70-79 II. Ecclesiastical jurisdiction Second winter with the . savages The old squaw Arrival at Tadoussac Sec ond journey to Narantsouac Lost on the St. John The surly Etchemin Visit to Boston as Ambassador Conditions in New England John Winslows con frairie Major Gibbons Darbyfield the Irishman Governor Dudley Plymouth The Fish Dinner Witchcraft Endicott John Eliot Protestant and Catholic Indian Missions Burning of Eliots book by Order of the Court Harvard Return to Quebec Failure of the Embassy, pp. 89-99 III. Starts for the Ottawa country Death of Garreau Rejected by the Ottawas At Montreal Up the Sag uenay at Nekouba Various routes to the North Sea With the Montagnais Teacher of Marquette Fol lows Marquette to the West Missionary at the Sault Massacre of the Dakotas Dies at Quebec.. pp, 100-108 CHARLES ALBANEL. I, Arrival in America Life with the Montagnais Pub lishing the banns With de Tracy on the Mohawk - Resuscitation of a Chief Pestilence at Tadoussac Theordore and Susanna Off for Hudson Bay The Papinachois Mass in the Woods Prior claims of dis covery Lake St. John News from the Bay Lake Al banel-Reaching the Bay First Convert Description of new territory- Return to Tadoussac pp. 109-126 -, viii TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 II. Crippled in the woods Radisson in New York Escape from the Indians Recapture Torture Saved by the Dutch Sent to France Back in Canada Be comes a voyageur Wanderings in the West Escape from Onondaga Headwaters of theMississippi Al leged journey to Hudson Bay 111 treated by Avau gour Goes to England Writes his famous book Organizes Hudson Bay Company Sails to the Bay Suspected by the English Meets Albanel at the Bay Returns to French service Albanel a prisoner in England Returns to America Dies at the Sault pp. 127-146 CLAUDE ALLOUEZ. I...

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