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post of the St. Joseph River during the French régime, 1679-1761. by Dunning Idle

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Published in Urbana .
Written in English



  • Fort Saint Joseph (Mich.)


  • Fort Saint Joseph (Mich.)

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LC ClassificationsF574.N6 I3
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p.
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL201521M
LC Control Numbera 52001860

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This book - in two volumes - contains information on French families and their descendents. There is an entry for each head (male) of each family, including birth and death dates, parents, date(s) of marriage(s), wives and their vital statistics, and childrenKurt A. Johnson. The British also hoped to capture Fort Ménagoèche, which the French maintained on the west side of what is now Saint John Harbour. (One should note that J. C. Webster pointed out, in a corrective note on page of his second revised edition of W. O. Raymond's The River St. John [Sackville, N. B. An old French trading post on lower St. Lawrence north shore, established before , on strait of Belle Isle. A King's post. Was in territory granted to Courtemanche and extended In Galissoniere and Bigot granted the Anse-au-Loup concession to Joseph Deschenaux for 9 years.   Genealogy profile for Joseph French, III Joseph French, III ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Joseph French, III ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.

  During the lateth and earlyth centuries, antiquarian collectors amassed hundreds of artifacts from the vicinity of Fort St. Joseph (20BE23), a mission-garrison-trading post complex established by the French in the lateth century along the St. Joseph River in southwest Michigan. George Quimby (, ) later used these materials to establish a chronology for post-contact . Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region, Revision, , Volume 2 Christian Denissen Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, - Detroit River Valley (Mich. and Ont.) - .   Identity formation is a central issue in colonial and post-colonial studies. The ways in which people defined and expressed their identities along multiple dimensions have material implications that are archaeologically accessible. For social archaeologists, material variation is actively constituted and the archaeological record is the residue of a system of signs that individuals used in the. Louis Gatineau, sieur Duplessis – Louis Gatineau, sieur Duplessis and Coulon de Villers, cadets, received permission for one canoe and five men to take supplies to the St. Joseph River post [Idle, p. 83] – engageur – Nicolas Antoine Coulon de Villiers and Louis Gatineau, sieur Duplessis, for Michilimackinac and the pays d’en.

Idle, Dunning, The Fort of the St. Joseph River During the French Régime – (South Bend, Indiana: Support the Fort, Inc., ). Kent, Timothy J., Ft. Pontchartrain at Detroit: A Guide to the Daily Lives of Fur Trade and Military Personnel, Settlers, and Missionaries at French Posts - Volumes I and II (Ossineke, Michigan: Silver Fox Enterprises, ). In , the French first established a mission then in built Fort Saint Joseph in Michigan about 60 miles from the mouth of the St. Joseph River. The fort was established to protect the St. Joseph waterway and the portage trail. Fort St. Joseph became one of the most popular posts in the Old Northwest territory. Brother André – friend of Narcisse Cantin, visitor to St. Joseph, founder of the St. Joseph Oratory on Mount-Royal, Montréal, Québec and recently canonized French-Canadian Settlers During the late s, several French Canadian lumberjacks passed through this . The account is that of Jean-Baptiste Reaume: interpreter, scout, and agent of French interests among the Nations of the River St. Joseph. The document interpreted as the Reaume Narrative was located in the Inventaire Analytique, Colonies, B , F3 , D2c , Canada , COL/06, Colonies F3, Vol. 24, Description et.