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French - North America, Canada - History - To 1763 (New France).

French - North America, Canada - History - To 1763 (New France). Rochester, New York State Archeological Association. Rev. and expanded ed. of the work first published in 1958-59 under title: French pioneers in North America.

The Pioneers, or The Sources of the Susquehanna; a Descriptive Tale is a historical novel by American writer James Fenimore Cooper. It was the first of five novels published which became known as the Leatherstocking Tales. Published in 1823, The Pioneers is the fourth novel in terms of the chronology of the novels' plots.

Subjects: Indians of North America New York Missions. Indians of North America Canada Missions. French North America History. Canada History To 1763 (New France) (2). refresh.

Stewart, Alexander McGinn author. Publication Information. Stewart, Alexander McGinn author. French North America. Albany, New York State Archeological Association, 1958-59. 3 pts. in 2. map. 25 cm. Series Title.

Public Domain Books (pdbooks. info) provides a larger database of historic books and helps you find where to read them. This site also hosts several books that are in the public domain. Alexander McGinn Stewart (Author). Topics: North American History, Canada. Hathi Trust Record Number: 000625789. OCLC/WorldCat: 1919469.

The book itself is in like new condition. It looks like it was never read. The spine has no signs of creasing

The book itself is in like new condition. The spine has no signs of creasing. After this difficult early series of episodes, the story turns to LaSalle and the many other French explorers who explored and settled in the area of the St. Lawrence Seaway, and the issues and battles that ensued as these early explorers met the indigenous peoples of the region.

This book focuses on the efforts of the French to colonize America and their various follies that ultimately lead to their losing the New World. Definitely not for the amateur historian but someone who is a North American history buff would relish this interesting book. The springs of American civilization, unlike those of the elder world, lie revealed in the clear light of History.

The Jesuits of North America in the seventeenth century. La Salle and the discovery of the Great West. The old régime in Canada. Francis Parkman, David Levin. France and England in North America is a two-volume history of the European colonization of North America written by Francis Parkman between 1865 and 1892, which highlights the military struggles between France and Great Britain. It was well regarded at the time of publication, and continues to enjoy a reputation as a literary masterpiece.