6 edition of Louis Jolliet, explorer of rivers. found in the catalog.
Louis Jolliet, explorer of rivers.
Virginia Louise Snider Eifert
|Statement||With maps by James Macdonald.|
|LC Classifications||F1030.3 .E35|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||242|
|LC Control Number||61014787|
That volume, Out of the Wilderness (), ends with the coming of spring and with young Abe yearning to travel south on the Sangamon, Illinois, and Mississippi rivers. Her other two biographies are Louis Jolliet, Explorer of Rivers () and George Shannon, Young Explorer with Lewis and Clark ().
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The book's narrative style makes for extrememly easy reading and due to this fact, the book is often found in the category of young adult Louis Jolliet.
Nevertheless, adults should find this book acceptable as well. Despite a publishing date ofLouis Jolliet: Explorer of Rivers remains the only biography on the Mississippi River's first 4/5(1).
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Find more information about: OCLC Number: Louis Jolliet, Jolliet also spelled Joliet, (born before Sept. 21,probably Beaupré, near Quebec—died after MayQuebec province), French Canadian explorer and cartographer who, with Father Jacques Marquette, was the first white man to traverse the Mississippi River from its confluence with the Wisconsin to the mouth of the Arkansas Explorer of rivers.
book in Arkansas. Louis Joliet was a 17th century Canadian explorer who, aided by Native American communities, explored the origins of the Mississippi River.
Louis Jolliet. Louis Jolliet () was a Explorer of rivers. book explorer, musician, hydrographer, fur trader, and teacher. The most famous exploit in the career of this multifaceted man was the exploration of the Mississippi River in The exact birth date of Louis Jolliet is unknown.
He was baptized on Louis Jolliet. 21,at the parish church of Quebec. Upper Mississippi River. Oil painting by Frank H.
Zeitler, Source: Wisconsin Historical Museum Object # OnFather Jacques Marquette and fur trader Louis Joliet set out on a four-month voyage that carried them thousands of miles through the heart of North America to explore the path of the Mississippi River.
Click to read more about Louis Jolliet, explorer of rivers by Virginia Louise Snider Eifert. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5. OnMarquette and his friend Louis Joliet (also spelled "Jolliet"), a French-Canadian fur trader and explorer, were chosen to lead an expedition that included five men and explorer of rivers.
book canoes Born: Jacques Marquette, byname Père (Father) Marquette, (born June 1,Laon, Fr.—diedLudington, Mich.), French Jesuit missionary explorer who, with Louis Jolliet, travelled down the Mississippi Louis Jolliet and reported the first accurate data on its course. Marquette arrived in Quebec in After explorer of rivers.
book study of Indian languages, he assisted in founding a mission at Sault Ste. Marie. JOLLIET, LOUIS, explorer, discoverer of the Mississippi, cartographer, king’s hydrographer, teacher at the Jesuit college at Quebec, organist, business man, and seigneur; baptized 21 Sept.
at Quebec, son of Jean Jollyet, a wheelwright in the service of the Compagnie des Cent-Associés, and of Marie d’Abancourt; d. in New France. Can the historian fail to deplore the ill luck. Father Jacques Marquette S.J.
(June 1, – ), sometimes known as Père Marquette or James Marquette, was a French-American Jesuit missionary who founded Michigan's first European settlement, Sault Ste. Marie, and later founded St. Ignace,Marquette, with Louis Jolliet, an explorer born near Quebec City, was the first European to explore and map the northern Born: June 1,Laon, Kingdom of France.
Louis Jolliet (sometimes spelled Joliet) and Jacques Marquette are credited with the (European) discovery of the Mississippi River. Jacques Marquette (also known as Father Marquette) was a Catholic missionary and explorer. He was born in Laon, France. In he came to Québec, Canada and learned Indian languages.
From to he worked in missions. Louis Jolliet () was a Canadian explorer, musician, hydrographer, fur trader, and teacher. The most famous exploit in the career of this multifaceted man was the exploration of the Mississippi River in The exact birth date of Louis Jolliet is unknown.
He was baptized on Sept. 21,at the parish church of Quebec. In he entered. Louis Jolliet - Explorer of Rivers This vivid page biography of the great American woodsman and explorer, Louis Jolliet, is presented in the many aspects of his remarkable life, and skillfully told by the award-winning Mid-western author, Virginia S.
: Larry Eifert. JACQUES MARQUETTE () LOUIS JOLLIET(sometimes spelled Joliet) () Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet searched together and found the waters of the Mississippi River.
Louis Jolliet and Father Jacques Marquette The French governor chose to send two men to lead an exploring party into the new French lands. One man was Louis Jolliet, a French explorer and expert mapmaker. The other was a Catholic priest and missionary, Father Jacques Marquette. They started their his-toric journey in Mackinac, Canada.
Jolliet and Marquette: Explorers of the Mississippi River by Daniel E. Harmon: Louis Jolliet, explorer of rivers by Virginia Louise Snider Eifert: Marquette and Joliet: voyagers on the Mississippi by Ronald Syme: The Upper Mississippi by Walter Havighurst: Upper Mississippi River. Louis Jolliet () was a Canadian explorer, musician, hydrographer, fur trader, and teacher.
The most famous exploit in the career of this multifaceted man was the exploration of the Mississippi River in The exact birth date of Louis Jolliet is unknown. He was baptized on Sept. 21,at the parish church of Quebec.
Yes Louis did explore the Great Lakes. Full text of "Life and voyages of Louis Jolliet, " See other formats. InFrench-Canadian explorer Louis Jolliet and Father Jacques Marquette first crossed this wetland area on their return trip from the exploration of the Mississippi Valley. Jolliet, Louis (–), New France (Canada) A French-Canadian fur trader and expert cartographer, Jolliet was commissioned by the governor of New France to explore the path of the Mississippi River.
Jolliet and French missionary Father Jacques Marquette together explored the Great Lakes region and charted the Mississippi as far south as. Jacques Marquette. Jacques Marquette () was a French Jesuit, missionary, and explorer who followed the Illinois and Mississippi rivers on a journey of discovery.
Jacques Marquette was the son of a seigneur of Laon. In he entered the Jesuit novitiate at Nancy, went on to teaching, and began theological studies in Jolliet, Louis and Marquette, Jacques Louis Jolliet Beauport, Canada Quebec, Canada Explorer Jacques Marquette June 1, Laon, France.
InFather Jacques Marquette, a Jesuit missionary, and Louis Joliet, a fur trader, undertook an expedition to explore the unsettled territory in North America from the Great Lakes region to the Gulf of Mexico for the colonial power of France.
Leaving with several men in two bark canoes, Marquette and Joliet entered the Mississippi River and arrived in present-day Arkansas in June Louis Jolliet – Explorer or Rivers First published in This vivid page biography of the great American woodsman and explorer, Louis Jolliet, is presented in the many aspects of his remarkable life, and skillfully told by the award-winning Mid-western author, Virginia S.
Eifert. This Vision book for youth 9 - 15 years old tells the thrilling story of one of America's greatest missionaries who came down from Canada with explorer Louis Joliet to explore the mighty Mississippi River, the "great river" bordered by Indian tribes who killed white men on sight.
Revised. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Seller Inventory # GRP More Louis Jolliet Explorer of Rivers. Eifert, Virginia S. Published by Dodd, Mead and Louis Jolliet Explorer of Rivers.
Eifert, Virginia S. JOLLIET, LOUIS, explorer, discoverer of the Mississippi, cartographer, king’s hydrographer, teacher at the Jesuit college at Quebec, organist, business man, and seigneur; baptized 21 Sept.
at Quebec, son of Jean Jollyet, a wheelwright in the service of the Compagnie des Cent-Associés, and of Marie d’Abancourt; d.
in New France. Exploration of the Mississippi with Jolliet. Marquette is perhaps best known for his joint exploration of the continent’s interior with Louis Jolliet, a Quebec-born fur trader eight years his junior.
Commissioned by the governor of New France, Jolliet’s objectives. Jacques Marquette, French Jesuit missionary and explorer, was born in Laon, France, on June 1, After years of preparatory study and teaching, he arrived in Quebec instudied Indian language and culture, and was sent in to Sault Ste.
Marie, a mission among the Ottawa Indians, and to La Pointe de St. Esprit. While he was at St. Ignace on Mackinac Island in Decemberan old. with trader Louis Jolliet on the Mississippi River from Canada.
“Missouri” was taken from the word used by Marquette and Jolliet’s Native American guides to describe the people living here. Today, canoes still travel the Missouri, and the rivers remain public property shared by citizens and commerce.
But our trans. ILLINOIS. Illinois became the 21st state to enter the Union on December 3, It was discovered in by explorer Louis Jolliet and Jesuit Father Jacques Marquette when they floated down the great Mississippi, returning up the Illinois River and crossed the portage to. Peter Rabbit And His Pa Book Louise A Field Illustrated By Virginia Albert.
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sissippi rivers. This low divide was only a few miles wide and was so flat and swampy that during rainy times people could travel by canoe from one river to the other without portaging. Louis Jolliet, an early French explorer, recognized in that a canal connecting the Des Plaines and Chicago rivers could beFile Size: KB.
Louis' father pdf Jean Jacques Jolliet and his pdf was Marie d'Abancourt (Lacaille).His maternal grandparents were Adrien d'Abancourt and Simone d' had a brother named was the younger of the two children.
He died at the age of 54 on September 5th, in Paris, body was never found in He was last seen en-route to Anticosti Island.Download pdf Sterling RoundThis is a pre-owned sterling silver round commemorating Louis Jolliet Tricentennial of the Jolliet/Marquette Expedition of It is marked STERLING an the edge of the coin with serial # Measures about 2" and weighs Troy oz.
It shows some wear from storage and handling. See huge photos above for greater.LOUIS JOLLIET by Craig Lillie Louis Ebook was ebook in Quebec City.
He was a great Canadian explorer. He was a traveler that mainly went to trade for fur out west. He got picked to travel with Father Marquette and five other people to find the Mississippi River, which they found in In he bought the fur trade post of Sept-Iles.