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Parkman, Francis 1823-1893

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Works: 1,037 works in 4,954 publications in 5 languages and 69,804 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Biography  Juvenile works  Military history  Church history  Comic books, strips, etc  Personal narratives  Bibliography  Pictorial works 
Roles: Author, Composer, Editor, Honoree, Creator, Other
Classifications: F592, 917.8
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The Oregon Trail by Francis Parkman( Book )
465 editions published between 1849 and 2012 in English and French and held by 8,364 libraries worldwide
Presents accounts of a young man's travels on the Oregon Trail and his sojourn with the Oglala Indians
The Jesuits in North America by Francis Parkman( Book )
283 editions published between 1867 and 2012 in 3 languages and held by 2,806 libraries worldwide
The second in Francis Parkman's fantastic series of histories of the European colonists, 'France and England in North America'. This volume looks at the 17th century French Jesuit missionaries in Canada, starting from their arrival in 1632
France and England in North America by Francis Parkman( Book )
14 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 2,516 libraries worldwide
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)
The conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian war after the conquest of Canada by Francis Parkman( Book )
292 editions published between 1851 and 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 2,417 libraries worldwide
La Salle and the discovery of the Great West by Francis Parkman( Book )
210 editions published between 1869 and 2012 in English and Undetermined and held by 2,164 libraries worldwide
René-Robert Cavelier de La Salle (1643-1687), one of the most legendary explorers of the New World, is best known for claiming the entire Louisiana Territory for France in 1682. Two years later, he was given the order to colonize and govern the great expanse of territory between Lake Michigan and the Gulf of Mexico. He set out from France with four ships but never reached his destination. Landing somewhere in East Texas, he and his men were ravaged by disease, weakened by hard labor, even gored by buffalo as they tried to locate the mouth of the Mississippi River, which was obscured by the sandy sameness of the Gulf coastline. In 1687, on a third attempt to locate the river by an overland route, La Salle was murdered by his own men in the desolate country between the Trinity and Brazos rivers. His body was never found
The Oregon Trail ; The conspiracy of Pontiac by Francis Parkman( Book )
18 editions published between 1990 and 2004 in English and Undetermined and held by 2,129 libraries worldwide
Contains "The Oregon Trail," a collection of essays that first appeared in the "Knickerbocker Magazine," discussing Parkman's trip to Oregon in 1846, and "The Conspiracy of Pontiac," relating Ottawa leader Pontiac's attacks on British forts and settlements in the 1760s
The Parkman reader; from the works of Francis Parkman by Francis Parkman( Book )
18 editions published between 1955 and 1998 in English and held by 1,606 libraries worldwide
"This reader ... comprises approximately one-seventh of the original. ... Morison has chosen whole chapters or groups of chapters, thereby allowing the reader to follow a story from start to finish."--Back cover
Montcalm and Wolfe by Francis Parkman( Book )
119 editions published between 1884 and 2011 in English and French and held by 1,434 libraries worldwide
Frames the war years through the lives of its two brilliant opposing generals. Weaving together the campaigns on both sides of the Atlantic, Parkman travels from opulent royal courts to muddy colonial fields, from Fort Necessity to the Plains of Abraham. He couples impeccable history with rich, insightful narration, revealing the war as a deeply personal conflict between Louis de Montcalm and James Wolfe, the two ambitious leaders who ultimately died heroes' deaths on the frontlines. Accompanied by over forty detailed maps and illustrations--some selected specially for this edition--Parkman's work shows how the enormous transfer of land from France to England at the war's end sowed the first seeds of colonialism--seeds that, in due course, led America to its revolution, and eventually, its independence.--Back cover
A half-century of conflict by Francis Parkman( Book )
98 editions published between 1892 and 1933 in English and held by 1,284 libraries worldwide
Montcalm and Wolfe by Francis Parkman( Book )
129 editions published between 1884 and 1965 in English and held by 1,272 libraries worldwide
Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV by Francis Parkman( Book )
153 editions published between 1877 and 2012 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,270 libraries worldwide
Volume 5 of a 12 volume set. For individual volumes in the set see CIHM microfiche nos. 29952-29963
The discovery of the great West: La Salle by Francis Parkman( Book )
67 editions published between 1869 and 1988 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,156 libraries worldwide
On April 9, 1682, Robert Cavalier, Sieur de la Salle, paddled into the Gulf of Mexico. He and a small band of men in three canoes had become the first to navigate the entire length of the Mississippi River--"the object of his day-dreams, the destined avenue of his ambition and his hopes." He claimed the river and its enormous watershed for France and named it after King Louis XIV. Five years later, while searching for an overland route to the Mississippi, La Salle was killed by mutinous members of his party. La Salle had spent nearly half of his 42 years in North America, enjoying some triumphs and enduring many hardships.--Amazon.com
Pioneers of France in the New World by Francis Parkman( Book )
79 editions published between 1885 and 2005 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,149 libraries worldwide
Pioneers of France in the New World details the history of the early French settlers in North America.--Amazon.com
The old régime in Canada by Francis Parkman( Book )
187 editions published between 1874 and 2012 in 3 languages and held by 1,101 libraries worldwide
History of the conspiracy of Pontiac and the war of the North American tribes against the English colonies after the conquest of Canada by Francis Parkman( Book )
56 editions published between 1851 and 2009 in English and Undetermined and held by 687 libraries worldwide
The battle for North America by Francis Parkman( Book )
11 editions published between 1948 and 2001 in English and Undetermined and held by 650 libraries worldwide
Originally published in 13 volumes as France and England in North America in 1889, this classic work by the most famous American historian of this period has been skillfully edited by the distinguished historian John Tebbel into a single volume. While retaining the original focus, the graceful style and clear chronology, the Editor has eliminated the repetitive detail and archaic phrases. The result is a wonderfully readable edition of the definitive account of the struggle for the North American continent from the landing of the first French adventurer in 1534 to the Peace of Paris in 1763. The struggle for control of the continent was dominated by some brilliant commanders - Champlain, Jogues, La Salle, Frontenac, Washington, Howe, Wolfe and Montcalm - and eventually resulted in the ejection of the French from North America. As Parkman notes, 'On the American continent the war was ended, and the British colonists breathed for a space as they drifted unwittingly towards a deadlier strife.' For the British victory only served to sow the seeds of their own defeat in the American Revolution. -- from https://www.bookdepository.com (Dec. 7, 2015)
A half-century of conflict by Francis Parkman( Book )
31 editions published between 1899 and 2014 in English and held by 488 libraries worldwide
The California and Oregon Trail : being sketches of prairie and Rocky Mountain life by Francis Parkman( Book )
44 editions published between 1800 and 2007 in English and held by 457 libraries worldwide
The firsthand account of a personal journey through Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, and Kansas in the 1840s, this classic work of American adventure is not only an excellent resource for eyewitness observations of Native American culture in the mid 19th century but also an essential document of the cultural attitudes and prejudices of Eastern European-descended Americans of the era. Criticized by contemporary reviewers, including Herman Melville, as demeaning to Indians, Parkman's tale nevertheless remains a fascinating and entertaining read. Originally serialized in Knickerbocker's Magazine and first published in book form in 1849, this replica edition returns to print a previously hard-to-find work of American history
France and England in North America by Francis Parkman( Book )
69 editions published between 1865 and 2010 in 4 languages and held by 322 libraries worldwide
Pioneers of France in the New World. The Jesuits in North America inthe 17th century. LaSalle and the discovery of the Great West. The old regime in Canada
Oregon trail by Francis Parkman( Sound Recording )
16 editions published between 1981 and 2012 in English and Undetermined and held by 166 libraries worldwide
In 1846, a young Harvard graduate named Francis Parkman set out to explore life in the uncivilized West. With his friend Quincy Adams Shaw, he traveled up the Oregon Trail to the camps of the Pawnee and the Sioux. Parkman's journal is an authentic record of life on the trail, an exciting eyewitness account of the Mormons and outlaws, trappers and Native Americans, pioneers and adventurers who tried to conquer the frontier
 
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Alternative Names
Francis Parkman Amerikaans tuinder (1823-1893)
Francis Parkman historien américain, a écrit plusieurs ouvrages sur l’Amérique française
Francis Parkman US-amerikanischer Historiker
Fransis Parkmanas
Parkman, F. 1823-1893
Parkman, F. (Francis), 1823-1893
Parkman, Francis 1823-1893
Φράνσις Πάρκμαν
Паркман, Френсис
فرنسيس باركمان، 1823-1893
パークマン
Languages
English (2,616)
French (9)
German (7)
Chinese (1)
Multiple languages (1)
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