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Text:"...SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN BY COL. G. E. LAIDLAW Two local points of interest relating to Samuel de Champlains expedition through this section in 1615, when he took a war party of Hurons down this system..."
Date:1912
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...12 SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. I need not recite particulars of Champlains tour of that year, 1609, accompanying his Indian friends upon a war excursion against their enemies, the Iroquois, farther than..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...l8 SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. that serious demonstration was made against the post of Quebec, which was then obUged to surrender to a British force. Champlain was taken to England, but as a peace had been..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. 1 3 in the autumn of that year. In March, 1613, he again sailed from France, and arrived at Tadoussac in April. A tour up the Ottawa River was soon undertaken by Champlain..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. 7 for he has confessed the fascination which attracted his early hfe to that employment. In the Spanish voyage referred to, including not merely a view of various West..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...^a INDIAN VILLAGE SITES BY COL. GEO. E. LAiDLAW SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN REPRINTED FROM THE ARCH^OLOGICAL REPORT, 1917..."
Date:1912
Publication place:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Text:"...l6 - SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. mere trading-post on the St. Lawrence. To quote the words of Rev. Edmund F. Slafter: He was anxious to elevate themeagre factory at Quebec into the dignity of a colonial..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. 9 structed. The Chippewas call it che-maun, and it was this same sort of vessel in which Champlain passed into lakes Champlain, Huron, and Ontario; the same in which Joliet..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. II death, and in June, Grave again appeared with a vessel in the St. Lawrence. Champlain now prepared to carry out his plans for exploring the interior. A fierce war..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. wick, and Nova Scotia, and after three years absence, reached France in 1607, where he spent the succeeding winter. Champlain is distinguished for his surve\ of the NewEngland..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...8 SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. one or more craft of still less burthen, and arrived in the St. Lawrence River at a place called Tadoussac, at the mouth of Saguenay River. I wish to make here a slight..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...14 SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. some kind to grind, and so they led him to their place of abode. A part of the route up the Ottawa Champlain had traveled before; now, still farther, he passed via Lake..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"...SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. I J I do not agree with Mr. DeCosta, that but for a headwind when off Cape Cod, sailing- southward in 1605, Champlain might have reached the Hudson, and instead of planting..."
Date:Between 1567 and 1635
Publication place:Chicago, Illinois, USA
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Text:"... of beauty or interest where you live, you will see little of it anywhere. THIS CANADA OF OURS-"CHAMPLAIN' (Copyright) By J. S. Morrison and Maud Morrison Stone. J.S./^OP.RiSCN _SAMUEL' DECHAMPLAIN/BOIiN'"l5G..."
Date:Oct 3 1925
Publication:Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
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Text:"... the year 1609, when SamuelDeChamplain, their commander, discovered the lake named for him. He first taught the Indian to fight for the white, then he • gathered together the Hurons and Algon-quins and had..."
Date:Aug 15 1940
Publication:Jefferson, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"....rcheologlcal excavations at Nichols Walter told of the pond's back- ground and read excerpts from SamuelDeChamplain's narra- tive of his battle with the In- NORWICH The countywlde and civil defense radio made Monday night..."
Date:Aug 10 1955
Publication:Syracuse, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... It was last used for patients. Malden health officials report there is no danger of an epidemic of this disease. NEW YORK, Dec. 11.—A volume written by SamuelDeChamplain In 13 on his exploitations In Canada..."
Date:Dec 12 1917
Publication:Boston, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... -work. OT. SAMUELDECHAMPLAIN. ADOPTS KBSOI.UTIONS ON IJEATJI OK J. SMITH. At ithe last rceul.T.r meatlns of Court Samuel tie Oitainpla.ln, No. 49, FOIVM- tera of Anicrlcii, JieJcl Tuesday aven..."
Date:Nov 6 1897
Publication:Lowell, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... the bridal party wns driven to the home of Mrs. W. Montgomery, where the wedding breakfast was served In three to Intimate relAttra vf the bride liroom. Mr. and Mra. LuklDf huve left HONOR FOR SAMUELDE..."
Date:July 3 1909
Publication:Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... cloth tacks. The Letters of Mildred's Mother to Mil- "The outlook for the summer busi- Sias of a high order, ness! in Maine is especially says SamuelDeChamplain, by are riany inquiries about; the CJ..."
Date:May 3 1902
Publication:Kennebec, Maine, United States of America