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France and England in North America

Auteur: Francis Parkman; David Levin
Uitgever: New York, N.Y. : Literary Classics of the United States : Distributed to the trade in the U.S. by the Viking Press, ©1983.
Serie: Library of America, 11, 12.
Editie/Formaat:   Print book : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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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. While it is still useful in a limited capacity as an historical study,  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: History
Genre: Internetbron
Soort document: Boek, Internetbron
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Francis Parkman; David Levin
ISBN: 0940450100 9780940450103 0940450119 9780940450110
OCLC-nummer: 8846515
Opmerkingen: Edited by David Levin.
Credits: "David Levin wrote the notes and chronology and selected the texts for this volume"--Preliminary p.v.
Beschrijving: 2 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 21 cm.
Inhoud: Volume 1. Pioneers of France in the New World. Huguenots in Florida (Early Spanish adventure ; Villegagnon ; Jean Ribaut ; Laudonniere ; Conspiracy ; Famine, war, succor ; Menendez ; Massacre of the heretics ; Charles IX and Philip II ; Dominique de Gourgues) ; Champlain and his associates (Early French adventures in North America ; La Roche, Champlain, De Monts ; Acadia occupied ; Lescarbot and Champlain ; The Jesuits and their patroness ; Jesuits in Acadia ; La Saussaye, Argall ; Ruin of French Acadia ; Champlain at Quebec ; Lake Champlain ; War, trade, discovery ; The impostor Vignau ; Discovery of Lake Huron ; The great war party ; Hostile sects, rival interests ; The English at Quebec ; Death of Champlain) --
The Jesuits in North America in the seventeenth century. Introduction : native tribes ; Notre-Dame des Anges, 1634 ; Loyola and the Jesuits ; Pail le Jeune, 1632, 1633 ; Le Jeune and the hunters, 1633, 1634 ; The Huron mission, 1633, 1634 ; Brébeuf and his associates, 1634, 1635 ; The feast of the dead, 1636, 1637 ; The Huron and the Jesuit, 1636, 1637 ; Character of the Canadian Jesuits, 1637 ; Persecution, 1637-1640 ; Priest and pagan, 1638-1640 ; The tobacco nation, The neutrals, 1639, 1640 ; Quebec and its tenants, 1636-1646 ; Devotees and nuns, 1636-1652 ; Villemarie de Montreal, 1636-1642 ; Isaac Jogues, 1641-1644 ; The Iroquois, Bressani, De Nouë, 1641-1646 ; Villemarie, 1642-1644 ; Peace, 1644, 1645 ; The peace broken, 1645, 1646 ; Another war, 1646, 1647 ; Priest and Puritan, 1645-1651 ; A doomed nation, 1645-1648 ; The Huron church, 1645-1648 ; Sainte Marie, 1648, 1649 ; Antoine Daniel, 1648 ; Ruin of the Hurons, 1649 ; The Martyrs, 1649 ; The sanctuary, 1649, 1650 ; Garnier, Chabanel, 1649 ; The Huron mission abandoned, 1650-1652 ; The last of the Hurons, 1650-1866 ; The destroyers, 1650-1670 ; The end --
La Salle and the discovery of the Great West. Cavelier de La Salle ; La Salle and the sulpitians ; The Jesuits on the lakes ; France takes possession of the West ; The discovery of the Mississippi ; La Salle and Frontenac ; Party strife ; The grand enterprise ; La Salle at Niagara ; The launch of the "Griffin" ; La Salle on the Upper Lakes ; La Salle on the Illinois ; Fort Crèvecœur ; Hardihood of La Salle ; Indian conquerors ; Tonty and the Iroquois ; The adventures of Hennepin ; Hennepin and the Sioux ; La Salle begins anew ; Success of La Salle ; St. Louis of the Illinois ; La Salle painted by himself ; A new enterprise ; The voyage ; La Salle in Texas ; St. Louis of Texas ; Assassination of La Salle ; The innocent and the guilty ; Fate of the Texan colony --
The old régime in Canada. The feudal chiefs of Acadia (La Tour and D'Aunay, 1497-1643 ; La Tour and the Puritans, 1643-1645 ; The victor vanquished, 1645-1710) ; Canada : a mission (The Jesuits at Onondaga, 1653-1658 ; The holy wars of Montreal, 1642-1661 ; The heroes of the Long Saut, 1660, 1661 ; The disputed bishopric, 1657-1668 ; Laval and Argenson, 1659, 1660 ; Laval and Avaugour, 1658-1663 ; Laval and Dumesnil, 1661-1664 ; Laval and Mézy, 1657-1665 ; Laval and the seminary, 1662-1680) ; The colony and the king (Royal intervention, 1661-1665 ; The Mohawks chastised, 1666, 1667 ; Paternal government, 1665-1672 ; Marriage and population, 1661-1673 ; The new home, 1665-1672 ; Canadian feudalism, 1663-1763 ; The rulers of Canada, 1663-1763 ; Trade and industry, 1663-1673 ; The missions, the brandy question, 1668-1702 ; Priests and people, 1663-1763 ; Morals and manners, 1640-1763 ; Canadian absolutism, 1663-1763). Volume 2. Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV. Count and Countess Frontenac, 1620-1672 ; Frontenac at Quebec, 1672-1675 ; Frontenac and Perrot, 1673-1675 ; Frontenac and Duchesneau, 1675-1682 ; Le Febvre De La Barre, 1682-1684 ; La Barre and the Iroquois, 1684 ; Denonville and Dongan, 1685-1687 ; Denonville and the Senecas, 1687 ; The Iroquois Invasion, 1687-1689 ; Return of Frontenac, 1689, 1690 ; The Three War-Parties, 1690 ; Massachusetts Attacks Quebec, 1690 ; Defence of Quebec, 1690 ; The Scourge of Canada, 1690-1694 ; An Interlude, 1691-1695 ; The War in Acadia, 1690-1694 ; New France and New England, 1690-1697 ; French and English Rivalry, 1693-1697 ; Frontenac Attacks the Onondagas, 1696-1698 ; Death of Frontenac, 1698 ; Conclusion, 1699-1701 --
A half-century of conflict. Eve of war, 1700-1713 ; Detroit, 1694-1704 ; Queen Anne's War, 1703-1713 ; Deerfield, 1704-1740 ; The tormented frontier, 1704-1713 ; The old régime in Acadia, 1700-1710 ; Acadia changes hands, 1704-1710 ; Walker's Expedition, 1710,1711 ; Louisbourg and Acadia, 1712-1749 ; Sebastien Rale, 1713-1724 ; Lovewell's fight, 1724,1725 ; The Outgamies at Detriot, 1712 ; Louisiana, 1697-1750 ; The Outagamie War, 1700-1732 ; France in the Far West, 1697-1741 ; Search for the Pacific, 1716-1761 ; The chain of posts, 1700-1750 ; A mad scheme, 1744, 1745 ; Louisbourg besieged, 1745 ; Louisbourg taken, 1745 ; Duc D'Anville, 1745-1747 ; Acadian conflicts, 1745-1747 ; War and politics, 1740-1747 ; Fort Massachusetts, 1745-1748 --
Montcalm and Wolfe. The combatants, 1745-1755 ; Céloron de Bienville, 1749-1752 ; Conflict for the west, 1749-1753 ; Conflict for Acadia, 1710-1754 ; Washington, 1753, 1754 ; The signal of battle, 1754-1755 ; Braddock, 1755 ; Removal of the Acadians, 1755-1763 ; Dieskau, 1755 ; Shirley, Border War, 1755, 1756 ; Montcalm, 1712-1756 ; Oswego, 1756 ; Partisan War, 1756, 1757 ; Montcalm and Vaudreuil, 1757 ; Fort William Henry, 1757 ; A winter of discontent, 1757-1758 ; Bigot, 1753-1760 ; Pitt, 1757-1758 ; Louisbourg, 1758 ; Ticonderoga, 1758 ; Fort Frontenac, 1758 ; Fort Duquesne, 1758 ; The brink of ruin, 1758, 1759 ; Wolfe, 1758, 1759 ; Wolfe at Quebec, 1759 ; Amherst, Niagara, 1759 ; The Heights of Abraham, 1759 ; Fall of Quebec, 1759 ; Sainte-Foy, 1759, 1760 ; Fall of Canada, 1760 ; The Peace of Paris, 1758-1763 ; Conclusion, 1763-1884.
Serietitel: Library of America, 11, 12.
Verantwoordelijkheid: Francis Parkman.

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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. While it is still useful in a limited capacity as an historical study, Parkman took many liberties in describing unknown and unknowable details. This has led some critics to categorize Parkman's work as belonging in the purgatory between history and historical fiction. -- from https://en.wikipedia.org (Dec. 7, 2015).

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