The Makers of Canada: Champlain eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 206 pages of information about The Makers of Canada.

Ateiachias, Huron seminarist, 233

Atokouchioueani, Huron seminarist, 233

Aubert, Pierre, 170

Auberi, Father, his labours in Acadia, 236

Aubry, priest, 24

Aumont, Marshal, d’, 1

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Bancroft, quoted, 87

Barbier, 66

Batiscan, chief of the Montagnais, 68

Beauchesne, clerk, 115

Beaulieu, councillor and almoner to the king, 72

Bellois, Corneille de, 122, 127

Bentivoglio, Guido, papal nuncio, 84

Berkeley, Sir John, commands Porto Rico, 3

Bessabe, chief of the Souriquois, 28

Biencourt, son of Poutrincourt, 38;
  bound for Port Royal, 68

Bignon, attorney-general, 265

Boileau, attorney, 265

Bonneau, Thomas, 170

Bonnerme, surgeon, accompanies Champlain when Quebec is founded, 41;
  one of the jury who condemned Jean Duval to death, 43;
  dies, 46

Bontemps, captain, 252

Boues, Charles de, Recollet, syndic of Canadian Missions, 117, 148

Boulay, his residence at Port Royal, 25

Boulle, Eustache, Champlain’s brother-in-law, 134, 136;
  arrives in 1618, 145;
  goes to France in 1626, 155, 209;
  enters the Minim Order, 267

Boulle, Helene, marries Champlain, 66;
  comes to Quebec and returns to France, 141;
  her sojourn at Quebec, 263, 264, 265, 266

Boulle, Nicholas, Champlain’s father-in-law, 66;
  pays his daughter’s inheritance to Champlain, 67

Bourdon, Jean, comes to Canada, 252;
  settles at Quebec, 253

Bourioli at Port Royal, 25

Bouthillier, represents the king of France, 220; signs the Treaty of St. Germain-en-Laye, 222

Boyer, Daniel, 122, 123

Brebeuf, Father Jean de, estimates the Huron population, 90;
  his opinion of the tribe de l’Ours and other Hurons, 92, 93;
  arrives in New France, 152;
  assailed by Jacques Michel, 201, 202;
  leaves for France, 207, 208;
  returns to Canada, 228;
  goes to the Huron country, 249

Brule, Etienne, with Champlain founding Quebec, 41;
  sets out for the Ottawa River, 88, 139;
  interpreter, 143, 144;
  sent to Three Rivers, 163;
  betrays Champlain, 194, 202;
  his excuse, 203;
  his murder, 246

Bullion, represents France, 220;
  signs the Treaty of St. Germain-en-Laye, 222

Burel, Friar Gilbert, arrives in Canada, 152;
  returns to France, 208

Burlamachi, appointed commissioner, 218;
  sent to France by Charles I, 220, 222

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Cabahis, Souriquois chief, 28

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