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Louis, Jeanne Henriette

Works: 18 works in 36 publications in 2 languages and 293 library holdings
Genres: History  Controversial literature 
Roles: Author, Editor, Thesis advisor, Contributor
Classifications: BX7631.3, 973.2
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Publications about Jeanne Henriette Louis
Publications by Jeanne Henriette Louis
Most widely held works by Jeanne Henriette Louis
William Penn et les Quakers : ils inventèrent le Nouveau Monde by Jeanne Henriette Louis( Book )
3 editions published in 1990 in French and held by 105 libraries worldwide
L'engrenage de la violence : la guerre psychologique aux Etats-Unis pendant la deuxieme guerre mondiale by Jeanne Henriette Louis( Book )
4 editions published in 1987 in French and held by 79 libraries worldwide
La société religieuse des Amis (Quakers) by Jeanne Henriette Louis( Book )
6 editions published between 2005 and 2006 in French and held by 55 libraries worldwide
Separation from the world for American peace churches : asset or handicap? ( Book )
2 editions published in 1997 in English and held by 28 libraries worldwide
Les Concepts de guerre psychologique aux Etats-Unis, 1939-1943 l'engrenage de la violence by Jeanne Henriette Louis( Book )
8 editions published between 1983 and 1984 in French and Undetermined and held by 10 libraries worldwide
Comparaisons entre le rôle des Hancock et celui des Rotch dans la naissance des Etats-Unis d'Amérique à travers les industries morutière et baleinière (1755-1815) by Marie-France Boudaud( Book )
1 edition published in 2006 in French and held by 2 libraries worldwide
Comparison of the roles of the business firms Hancock & Nephew and Rotch & Sons before and during the American Revolution and the constant oppositions between the codfishing and whaling industries in New England, from the deportation of the French Acadians in 1755 to the War of 1812, in Massachusetts. Commercial, strategic, military oppositions (about French Canada and the cod banks), ideological opposition (codfishermen working to feed the West Indian slaves and abolitionist whalemen, Patriot codfishermen and neutral Quaker whalemen), physical opposition (between John Hancock and the Rotch brothers during the Boston Tea Party). Interaction of the colonization of Massachusetts from 1620, trade and the invention of the American Law, commercial and political independence in the 1760s and 1770s, the wars between France and Great-Britain in the 18th century for Canada and Newfoundland, and later between Great-Britain and the United-States in 1812
Les La Vérendrye à la recherche de la "Mer de l'Ouest" par les rivières et les grandes plaines de l'Amérique septentionale (1728-1749) by Jean Vuillaume( Book )
1 edition published in 2007 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
Attrated by Far Eastern luxury reachable through the silk road open by the Mongols, Europeans wished to escape from greedy caravaneers. Vasco de Gama reached the Far East round the Cape of Good Hope, and Magellan reached it surrounding South America. The Dutch and The English sought the North-West road. The French thought about a transcontinental water way throught the "River of the West" and the "Western Sea", of which Verrazzano caught a glimpse, drawn by geographers among them Delisle. Cartier discovered the Saint-Lawrence River, Champlain extented the water way to the Great Lakes. Margry noticed Pierre de La Vérendrye (1685-1749) at the request of Lewis Cass. Margry was astonished by this bold man who dragged his family toward the "Western Sea", under informations picked of from Indians and from the map of Auchagah redrawn by Chaussegros ; building posts from Lake Superior to Lake Superior to Lake Manitoba, and on the Saskatchewan River, putting obstacles upon the Hudson Bay Indian's trade ; discovering the hydrographical net work of Lake Winnipeg and adjacent lakes, with rivers : Winnipic, Saskatchewan, Red from the North and its Assiniboin tributary swelled by the Qu'Appel and The Souris, which led to the Missouri River and the Mandans, and even to the Bighorn. He saw him suffer the worst hardships : defamation, little regards from his Minister, death of his nephew, and his first son and Father Aulneau slaughtered by the Sioux. After he was discharged, his appointement as captain and chevalier of the Saint-Louis Cross, and his restoration has commander to the "Western Sea" post, show recognition for his outstandingly gifted qualities. Historians consider him equal to : Champlain, Lewis and Clark
Treize ans de missionariat beachy-amish en Europe occidentale (1981-1994) by Marie-Odile Allemang( Book )
1 edition published in 1997 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
In the triumphant United States of the 1990's, what has interested us the life of Amish communities whose adventure began in Alsace. In the heart of the world's greatest power, these "plain people" continue to live as they did in the 17th century, when their movement first appeared in the mennonite milieu. The Amish, along with the mennonites and hutterites, are the last representatives of the anabaptist groups who arose in continental Europe in the 16th century. Whereas in Europe the Amish movement ended up by merging with the group from which it sprang, in the United States it occupies a place which is distinct from that of the mennonites, and it assumes a position which is in contrast with american society, a sociery it believes embodies the vanities of the world. However, the 20th century has witnessed the emergence within the Amish movement of a dissident group, the beachy amish, who partially accept technological progess, and who are motivated by a strong missionary instinct. Among other regions, they are attracted to Europe as a place to spread the gospel, and have tried to regain a foorhold on the European continent following the second world war-in Germany in the 1950's, in Alsace in 1981, in flemish belgium in 1986 and finally in Ireland in 1992. It is with these last three attempts of the Amish to reestablish themselves that our research is concerned. Focusing on the problems of education, language, and daily life, we have attempted to analyse the effects of cultural and religious shock of thid return to the continent of their origins, both upon the missionaries and upon their audience
William Penn et les Quakers ils inventèrent le Nouveau Monde by Jeanne Henriette Louis( score )
1 edition published in 1990 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
Le pacifisme des quakers américains : substrat d'une promesse presque évanouie? by Jeanne Henriette Louis( Article )
1 edition published in 2004 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
American Quaker pacifism examined
Les Quakers en Amérique du Nord au XVIIe siècle et au début XVIIIe by Pierre Brodin( Book )
1 edition published in 1985 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
Etats-Unis - Union Européenne politiques environnementales comparées de la fin de la Seconde guerre mondiale à nos jours by Kathia Devouge( file )
1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
This thesis deals with a comparison between the environmental policies of two supranational entities: the United States and the European Union. More precisely, while their convergences and divergences are examined, attempts of explanations are provided. The study is essentially based on scientific, sociologic and legal arguments which are set in a cultural and historical context allowing a highlight of their strategic scope. Different aspects are discussed. The protection of the atmosphere and the related bills are analyzed to scrutinize the spirit of the laws and the national progression of ideas leading up to their enactment. The water and soil management strategies study enables to underline the great importance of the involvement of both the USA and Europe in world environmental decision-making. It also allows a questioning of their positions within a transborder context. Finally, the questions of nature and waste management are used to consider the American and European history of ideas and the imprinting of representations in the setting-up of environmental policies. The conclusions are grouped in a brief chapter which aims at both synthesizing the different elements studied and opening the debate on further evolution and even the possible rapprochement between the American and European environmental policies
La prise d'assaut du bastion militaire américain par les femmes et le déploiement du Women's Army Corps en Europe pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale : une victoire en demi-teinte by Caroline Lorentz( Book )
1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
Les Américaines ont, bien avant le second conflit mondial, participé à l'effort de guerre - choix souvent désapprouvé dans un pays peu favorable à l'émancipation féminine. Le Women's Army Corps, créé en 1942, relança la polémique d'une femme patriote, bon soldat et pourtant dévouée à son foyer. Envoyées en Europe, les Waacs, toutes races confondues, firent l'expérience des bombardements et de la peur, constatèrent la souffrance de certains GIs confrontés à la violence, mais découvrirent également une certaine forme de tolérance sexuelle et raciale. Leur combat fut difficile, la lutte se poursuivant bien après la démobilisation
Les Concepts de guerre psychologique aux Etats-Unis by Jeanne Henriette Louis( Book )
1 edition published in 1984 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
Les Quakers en Amérique du Nord au 17e siècle et au début du 18e by Pierre Brodin( Book )
1 edition published in 1985 in French and held by 1 library worldwide
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Jeanne Henriette Louis French academic
Louis, J. Henriette.
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Louis, Jeanne-Henriette
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