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Letters from New France, the Upper Country, 1686-1783

translated and edited by Joseph L. Peyser
Peyser, Joseph L. (Main Author)
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English
Urbana, Illinois : University of Illinois Press, c1992
248 p. : ill., maps, port.
0252018532

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Bibliography: p. 237-239

Includes index.

"This remarkable collection of historical documents, gleaned from archival repositories in Canada, France, and the United States ... dealing with French-colonial military, religious, and mercantile life, ... The readings that follow focus on colorful personalities and events associated with the Great Lakes country from 1686-1783 ... The story is a complicated one involving Indians, missionaries, traders, soldiers, and governmental bureaucrats"--Cover p.g.

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