Early Narratives of the Northwest, 1634-1699

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EARLY NARRATIVES OF THE NORTHWEST, 1634-1699
EDITED BY LOUISE PHELPS KELLOGGPAGE
GENERAL INTRODUCTION3
THE JOURNEY OF JEAN NICOLET, BY FATHER VIMONT, 1634 [1642]9
INTRODUCTION11
Nicolet among the Island Algonquin15
His Journey to the Winnebago16
THE JOURNEY OF RAYMBAULT AND JOGUES TO THE SAULT, BY FATHER LALEMANT, 164117
INTRODUCTION19
THEIR DEPARTURE FROM HURONIA23
THE MISSION TO SAULT STE. MARIE24
THE MISSION TO THE NIPISSING25
RADISSON'S ACCOUNT OF HIS THIRD JOURNEY, 1658-1660 [1654-1656?]27
INTRODUCTION29
Radisson and Grosseilliers Plan for Westward Exploration34
The Departure from Three Rivers; Montreal36
The Voyage up the Ottawa; the Prisoner37
Hardships of the Journey; Lake Nipissing41
Georgian Bay42
Manitoulin Island43
The Potawatomi and the Mascoutin45
On Lake Superior47
Among the Cree and the Chippewa50
Winter Hunting51
Visit to the Potawatoni53
Argument with the Indians as the Return Voyage54
Down the Ottawa River57
Encounter with the Iroquois58
Summary of Discoveries61
Arrival at Montreal and Three Rivers62

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