New France 1534-1763 : Featuring the Region That Now Includes All or Parts of Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Maine, and Canada From Manitoba to Newfoundland
Random House, Inc. Readers will meet Samuel de Champlain, the "Father of New France," and travel the waterways with the coureurs de bois, French traders who lived like Indians. Then watch as attempts to grow the colony fail and wars with the British and Iroquois bring about the fall of New France.
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Baker & Taylor A history of North America as colonized by the French uses first-person accounts, archival images, and historical maps to describe what life was like for settlers in colonial America.
Baker & Taylor Archival images, period maps, and lively, first-person accounts examine the birth and fall of a colony that included a region within all or parts of Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Maine, and Canada.