1867 FRANCIS PARKMAN Jesuits INDIANS Native American FRANCE Customs HURON Wars

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FRANCE and ENGLAND in NORTH AMERICA- A Series of Historical Narratives by FRANCIS PARKMAN- Part Second- BOSTON: Little Brown, and Company 1867

THE JESUITS in NORTH AMERICA in the SEVENTEENTH CENTURY BY FRANCIS PARKMAN BOSTON: Little Brown, and Company 1867

The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century is the second volume in Francis Parkman's seven-volume history, France and England in North America . It tells the story of the French Jesuit missionaries in Canada, then New France , starting from their arrival in 1632.

Contents:

Native Tribes - 1634 Notre-Dame Des Anges - Loyola and the Jesuits - 1632, 1633- Paul le Jeune - Le Jeune and the Hunters - The Huron Mission - Brebeuf and his Associates - The Feast of the Dead - The Huron and the Jesuit - Character of the Canadian Jesuits - Persecution = Priest and Pagan - The Tobacco Nation, the Neutrals - Quebec and its Tenants - Devotees and Nuns - Villemarie de Montreal - Isaac Jogues - The Iroquois - Bressani - De Noue - Villemarie - Peace - The Peace Broken - Another War - Priest and Puritan - A Doomed Nation - The Huron Church - Sainte Marie - Antoine Daniel - Ruin of the Hurons - The Martyrs - The Sanctuary
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