Last edited by Kijind
Sunday, August 2, 2020 | History

3 edition of French relics from village sites of the Hurons found in the catalog.

French relics from village sites of the Hurons

Andrew F. Hunter

French relics from village sites of the Hurons

the geographical distribution of these relics in the counties of Simcoe, York, and Ontario

by Andrew F. Hunter

  • 220 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Huron Indians -- Antiquities,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Ontario,
  • Canadians, French-speaking -- Antiquities

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A.F. Hunter.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 07258
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (7 fr.).
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19092300M
    ISBN 100665072589

    [page ii] PREFACE TO VOL. V Following is a synopsis of the documents contained in the present volume: XX. This document (dated Quebec, Aug ) is Le Jeune's famous Relation of , the first of the Cramoisy series, which were thereafter annually issued until In this document, Le Jeune, the new superior of the Canada mission, relates,, to the French provincial of his order, in. Ontario’s first European Community, Sainte-Marie among the Hurons was the headquarters for the French Jesuit Mission to the Huron Wendat people. In , the Jesuits, along with French lay workers, began construction of a fenced community that included barracks, a church, workshops, residences, and a sheltered area for Native visitors.

    The Iroquois Book of Rites by Horatio Hale Its easy to link to paragraphs in the Full Text Archive If this page contains some material that you want to link to but you don't want your visitors to have to scroll down the whole page just hover your mouse over the relevent paragraph and click the bookmark icon that appears to the left of it.1/5. The relics which are found on their sites, varying as they do from those exclusively of the stone age to those that show an admixture of glass beads, iron hatchets and copper ornaments, with religious tokens and remnants of old muskets and sabers, all of European manufacture, prove to the discriminating student that some of these settlements.

    PREFACE TO VOL. VIII. Following is a synopsis of the documents contained in the present volume: XXV. A summary of the contents of the first two chapters of the Relation of was given in Volume VII. of our series. Continuing his narrative, Le Jeune urges that French colonies be sent to Canada, to develop and hold the country for the French crown.   THE LENAPE STONE OR THE INDIAN AND THE MAMMOTH BY H. C. MERCER G. P. Putnam’s Sons is an American book publisher based in New York City, New York The Knickerbocker Press Fig. 1. The Lena.


Share this book
You might also like
H.M.S. Pinafore.

H.M.S. Pinafore.

Senior Engineering Group PLC report and accounts 1994.

Senior Engineering Group PLC report and accounts 1994.

C-Programming Standards & Guidelines

C-Programming Standards & Guidelines

Oil and Gas Taxation 1992/With Supplement 1993

Oil and Gas Taxation 1992/With Supplement 1993

Riding the ghost town trail

Riding the ghost town trail

Learning efficiently

Learning efficiently

Religion, secularism, and conversion in India

Religion, secularism, and conversion in India

Man in the cage

Man in the cage

Exiting Indochina

Exiting Indochina

Blade runner

Blade runner

Galloping Third

Galloping Third

Bienvenidos al español

Bienvenidos al español

French relics from village sites of the Hurons by Andrew F. Hunter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Note: links in red like 1A:2B are to map panels. Detailed instructions. Begin by placing the map in plain view, then observe the name of the map, in the lower center 6B:7C, and the datessoon after the first white contact inandthe time of the retreat of Father De the lower center, 5A:6D, notice five Indian villages and remember that the powerful and warlike Seneca.

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons (French: Sainte-Marie-au-pays-des-Hurons) was a French Jesuit settlement in Wendake, the land of the Wendat, near modern Midland, Ontario, from to It was the first European settlement in what is now the province of Ontario. Eight missionaries from Sainte-Marie were martyred, and were canonized by the Catholic Church in Location: Midland, Ontario, Canada.

French Canadian life and character; with historical and descriptive sketches of the scenery and life in Quebec, Montreal, Ottawa, and surrounding country, (Chicago, A.

Belford, ), ed. by George Monro Grant (page images at HathiTrust). Full text of "Notes on Sites of Huron Villages in the Township of Oro (Simcoe County)" See other formats This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.

Relics of St. Jean de Brébeuf are displayed at the Martys’ Shrine near Sainte-Marie, which I also visited last night.

Martyr’s Shrine in Midland, Ontario, lit up during the First Light festival. Sainte-Marie French relics from village sites of the Hurons book the Hurons is museum no.

84 in my. Hunter, Andrew F. French Relics from the Village Sites of the Hurons Hunter, Andrew F. Huron Village Sites (Hi34) Hunter, William A.

Forts on the Pa. Frontier (Hi35). Champlain kept extensive notes of his trip across the French River route with his native guides but appears to have become overwhelmed with the expanse of the “duec Mere” or Georgian Bay and the land of the Hurons. In his book Champlain goes into much detail in describing a group of native people he refers to as the “High Hairs” or.

Jesuit missions in North America began early in the 17th century, faltered at the beginning of the 18th, disappeared during the suppression of the Society of Jesus aroundand returned around after the restoration of the Society.

The missions were established as part of the colonial drive of France and Spain during the period, the "saving of souls" being an accompaniment of the.

Of course, it will be urged that no band of Hurons would have built a village so near the river as the site of the old ash-beds at Gilmour's Mill, in Hull, but, as the Algonkins lived, sometimes, in the Huron country and adopted, to some extent, the customs of their confederates, might not the Hurons, if, they came to live with the Algonkins on.

The above picture shows Native American Indians at a camp on Mackinac Island in The picture is a bit misleading, however, since most Native Americans in the Great Lakes region lived in hogans or wigwams like the one shown below, not in teepees.

Source: Unknown. Today, evidence of these ancient cultures is meager. InSainte-Marie among the Hurons was founded, as a headquarters for the Jesuit mission to the Huron-Wendat people.

Over the following ten years, it would grow from one small dwelling to a small village, providing a place of rest and reflection for the priests who were living among the Indigenous villages, and a safe environment for the.

Lafitau, whose book appeared insays that the nation was corrupt in his time, but that this was a degeneracy from their ancient manners. La Potherie and Charlevoix make a similar statement.

Megapolensis, however, insays that they were then exceedingly debauched; and Greenhalgh, ingives ample evidence of a shameless license. As late asJoe Karmann recalled a tale his mother told him about their farm near the Rouge River being an Indian burial ground.

When Ford Motor Co. excavators began digging near Airport Drive and Dearborn Road, Karmann and his year-old father went to the site with shovels.

They unearthed two perfect skeletons of men about five foot six. The Chapel, Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, Midland, Ontario, Canada The Chapel is one of the many reconstructed wooden pioneer buildings within Sainte-Marie among the Hurons in Midland, Ontario, Canada.

It gives a good taste of what the French Jesuit mission life was like. Hotels near Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons; Hotels near Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre /5(). Page 29 INDIANS OF WASHTENAW COUNTY 29 southern Michigan, left a very good map, made inof this section, upon which he traced the trails and also indicated the highways that follow some of them.

John Farmer's maps ofand indicate the Indian trails and village sites that were known to him. The late Mr. Watkins. In the village of the Iroquois Christians, then called St-Xavier des Prés, which stood at that time about three miles below the Lachine rapids, on the south bank of the St.

Lawrence, there were, besides Iroquois, Hurons, and Andastes, a number of. St. Isaac Jogues French missionary, born at Orléans, France, 10 January, ; martyred at Ossernenon, in the present State of New York, 18 October, He was the first Catholic priest who ever came to Manhattan Island (New York).

He entered the Society of Jesus in and, after having been professor of literature at [ ]. [37] The Hurons became very jealous, when La Roche Dallion visited the Neutrals, lest a direct trade should be opened between the latter and the French, against whom they at once put in circulation a variety of slanders: that they were a people who lived on snakes and venom; that they were furnished with tails; and that French women, though.

Dec 1, - My Great-Grandmother, Anna Reed German, was Wendat. Dad's mother, her daughter-in-law, always said Anna was a French-Canadian Indian" so it wasn't until much later I learned about the Wendat. Anna and my Great Grandfather met in St. Louis, Missouri and made their way to Cincinnati, Ohio.

See more ideas about Huron wendat, Native american and Native american indians pins. Hotels near Sainte-Marie Among the Hurons; Hotels near Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre; Hotels near Midland Murals /5(). The village also represents the first known European settlement in what is now the province of Ontario and is the only re-creation of a French Jesuit mission in Canada.

It is at this location that Brébeuf and fellow Jesuit Gabriel Lalemant were burned at the stake in by a group of Iroquois, who were at war at the time with the Wendat.[Page 7] PREFACE TO VOL. XXI. Following is a synopsis of the documents contained in the present volume: XLIV.

In Vol. XX., we gave the first eight chapters of Part I. of the Relation of ; the remainder of this part (written by Le Jeune at Quebec, without date) is herewith presented, also the whole of Part II, (the Huron report, by Jerome Lalemant, dated ), thus completing.