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Volume: 4 Publisher: Toronto: Champlain Society Publication date: 1922 Subjects: Indians of North America Notes: This is an OCR reprint. There may be numerous typos or missing text. There are no illustrations or indexes. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free. You can also preview the book there.
Gayle K. Brunelle (Ph.D., Emory University) is a professor of history at California State University, Fullerton, where she specializes in Early Modern Europe and the Atlantic World. She is coauthor of Murder in the Metro: Laetitia Toureaux and the Cagoule in 1930s France and author of The New World Merchants of Rouen, 1559-1630, and she has written numerous articles and book chapters.
Table of Contents
|List of Maps and Exustrations||p. XV|
|Introduction: Samuel de Champlain¨Between France and the New World||p. 1|
|France and North America before Champlain||p. 6|
|Champlain's life: Explorer, Cartographer, Diplomat, Enigma||p. 10|
|Colonial Administrator||p. 17|
|Champlain's Legacy: Founder of New France?||p. 23|
|The Documents||p. 31|
|Samuel de Champlain, On Exploring the Coast of Norumbega [Maine], 1604||p. 33|
|Samuel de Champlain, On Attempts to Visit the ˘Inland Sea" (Hudson's Bay), 1613||p. 38|
|Navigator, Cartographer, and Illustrator||p. 49|
|Guillemme Levasseur, A Map of the Atlantic Ocean, 1601||p. 49|
|Samuel de Champlain, A Map of the Atlantic Coast from Acadia to Nantucket Sound, 1607||p. 51|
|Samuel de Champlain, A Map of New France for the Literate Public, 1612||p. 53|
|Samuel de Champlain, On His Mapmaking Philosophy and Techniques, 1613||p. 55|
|Samuel de Champlain, On the Duties and Skills of a Good Seaman, 1632||p. 60|
|Witness to the Native American World||p. 67|
|Samuel de Champlain, Renewing a Crucial Alliance between the French and the Montagnais, May 1603||p. 67|
|Samuel de Champlain, Observations and Mutual Incomprehension at Tadoussac, 1603||p. 71|
|Samuel de Champlain, On the Founding of QuÚbec, and Observations of the Montagnais Living Nearby, 1608||p. 76|
|Samuel de Champlain, A Journey into Iroquois Territory and a Battle at Lake Champlain, 1609||p. 80|
|Samuel de Champlain, In Huronia-Observations and a Military Alliance, 1615-1616||p. 89|
|Administrator and Diplomat||p. 100|
|Samuel de Champlain, Two Ceremonies in Acadia: A Souriquois Funeral and the Order of Good Cheer, 1606-1607||p. 100|
|Samuel de Champlain, On Mediating Struggles over the Fur Trade, 1620||p. 105|
|Samuel de Champlain, Conflict and Negotiations with the Natives, 1627||p. 112|
|Samuel de Champlain, An English Blockade Threatens Quebec's Survival, 1628||p. 116|
|A Chronology of the life of Samuel de Champlain (1570-1635)||p. 123|
|Questions for Consideration||p. 128|
|Selected Bibliography||p. 130|
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