2 edition of Essays relating to the Jolliet-Marquette expedition, 1673 found in the catalog.
Essays relating to the Jolliet-Marquette expedition, 1673
Francis Borgia Steck
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The Jolliet-Marquette Expedition revised and enriched with maps and documents. Quincy, IL: Franciscan Fathers, The expedition started from Michilimackinac in to explore the Mississippi. Titus, Charles H. Into the Old Northwest: Journeys with Charles H. . In Father Marquette and Louis Jolliet were the first Europeans to explore and map the northern portion of the Mississippi River. The Jolliet-Marquette expedition traveled to within miles ( km) of the Gulf of Mexico, but turned back at the mouth of the Arkansas River for fear of alerting the Spaniards to their presence/5(9).
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In an extensive foreword, the author declares that "The essays presented may be regarded as supplementary" to his dissertation The Jolliet-Marquette Expedition, published inand that "written as the occasion arose, they are in the nature of distinct compositions rather than coherent chapters of a book."Author: Jean-Charles Bonenfant.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Steck, Francis Borgia, Essays relating to the Jolliet-Marquette expedition, Jolliet-Marquette expedition And the establishment of the La Conception Mission among the Illinois [Schauer, John J] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Jolliet-Marquette expedition And the establishment of the La Conception Mission among the IllinoisAuthor: John J Schauer. OnFrench-Canadian explorer Louis Jolliet and Jesuit priest and missionary Jacques Marquette departed from St.
Ignace Michigan with two canoes and five other voyageurs to explore the Upper Mississippi. It began with Hernan de Soto.
While Spanish explorer and conquistador Hernando de Soto was the first European to make official note of the Mississippi River. Louis Jolliet () was a Canadian explorer, musician, hydrographer, fur trader, and teacher.
The most famous exploit in the career of this multifaceted man was the exploration of the Mississippi River in The exact birth date of Louis Jolliet is unknown. He was baptized on Sept. 21,at the parish church of Quebec.
The Jolliet-Marquette expedition(The Catholic university of America. Studies in American church history, vol. VI) [Francis Borgia Steck] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. OnFather Jacques Marquette and fur trader Louis Joliet set out on a four-month voyage that carried them thousands of miles through the heart of North America to explore the path of the Mississippi River.
InJolliet was named leader of an expedition that would explore the northern part of the Mississippi River the following year. Jolliet asked Father Marquette to be the chaplain of this group. This map of the Marquette and Jolliet exploration shows a number of tribes and locations, including the iron mines, “choauanons mines de.
So he set out the idea of reenacting the Jolliet & Marquette Expedition, picked the crew to paddle it, and built the canoes, while remaining entirely behind the scenes to receive little or no credit. For this podcast, Chris and Patrick were thrilled to sit down with three key crew members of this re-enactment, Chuck McEnery and brothers.
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Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Life and voyages of Louis Jolliet, " See other formats. InFather Jacques Marquette, a Jesuit missionary, and Louis Joliet, a fur trader, undertook an expedition to explore the unsettled territory in North America from the Great Lakes region to the Gulf of Mexico for the colonial power of France.
Leaving with several men in two bark canoes, Marquette and Joliet entered the Mississippi [ ]. Pere Marquette Collection, Articles, Raynor Memorial Libraries, Marquette University.
Facsimile Reproductions to Accompany Essays Relating to The Joliet-Marquette Expedition, UNIV D-2 Series Record Group: "Father Garrigan and The Joliet-Marquette Expedition, ", Pamphlet D 7 "Marquette Legends", N.Y.
Pagent. Louis Jolliet, French Canadian explorer and cartographer who, with Father Jacques Marquette, was the first white man to traverse the Mississippi River from its confluence with the Wisconsin to the mouth of the Arkansas River in Arkansas. Jolliet received a Jesuit education in New France (now in.
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August Reyling (2v., Quincy, Ill., [for private distribution]); Father Garraghan and “The Jolliet-Marquette expedition, ” (Quincy, Ill., [privately printed pamphlet]); The Jolliet-Marquette expedition, (The Catholic University of America.
Facsimile reproductions to accompany Essays relating to the Jolliett-Marquette [sic] expedition, Arthur S. Aiton; The Jolliet-Marquette Expedition, Edited by Francis Borgia Steck.
The Catholic University of America Studies in American Church History,Author: Arthur S. Aiton. marquette jolliet Download marquette jolliet or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get marquette jolliet book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.Genre/Form: Biographies History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Steck, Francis Borgia, Jolliet-Marquette expedition Quincy, Ill.
Jacques Marquette Jacques Marquette was a fifteenth century Jesuit explorer whose most revered goals were to find the Mississippi River in the New World and convert Indians along the way.
As a young boy in France, he had already started his Jesuit training in Jesuit University in Reims. Marquette’s childhood wish was to become a missionary and spread Christianity.