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

Mahicanaticouche, chief of the Montagnais, 139, 163;
  murderer of two Frenchmen, 164, 165

Maisonneuve, captain, 78, 79

Malot, Friar Louis, drowned at sea, 200

Manet, Jean, interpreter, 144

Manitougatche, Indian chief, 187

Marchim, Indian chief, 34

Mariana, Father, 153

Marion, Nicholas, captain, 40

Marsolet, Nicholas, present at Quebec in 1608, 41, 143;
  interpreter, 144;
  betrays Champlain, 194, 202;
  his character, 203, 204, 205;
  remains at Quebec, 208

Martin, Abraham, 145, 146, 147, 196, 208

Martin, Anne, 146

Martin, Charles Amador, priest, 146

Martin, Sir Henry, commissioner, 214

Martin, Marguerite, 146

Martin, Nicholas, commands the Jonas, 37

Marye, Anthoine, 66

Masse, Father E., arrives in Canada, 152;
  objects to the profanation of a chalice, 206;
  returns to France, 207, 208, 227;
  comes back, 228

May, Sir Humphrey, commissioner, 214

Membertou, sagamo of the Souriquois, 36

Messamouet, captain of the Souriquois, 22, 34

Michel, Jacques, insults Father de Brebeuf, 201;
  his lamented death, 202

Miristou, Montagnais, 159

Mohier, Friar Gervais, 208

Montmagny, Governor, 158

Montmorency, Charles de, admiral of France, 14;
  succeeds Conde as viceroy of New France, 129;
  his administration, 130;
  letter to Champlain, 130, 131;
  his gift to Guillaume de Caen, 140;
  meets Champlain at St. Germain-en-Laye, 150;
  resigns his position of viceroy, 151;
  put to death, 215

Monts, Pierre du Gua, Sieur de, lieutenant-general in Acadia, 17;
  forms a company of merchants, 18;
  his expedition to America, 19, 20;
  his settlement at Ste. Croix, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25;
  decides to seek a more suitable place, 26;
  explores the southern country, 29;
  the river Gua, 30;
  determines to try Port Royal as a settlement, 31;
  returns to France, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36;
  obtains a new commission, 39, 40;
  meets Champlain at Fontainebleau, 55;
  his commission expiring, requests a new one, 56;
  meets Champlain, 57;
  attends when Champlain’s marriage settlements are made, 66;
  his interviews with Champlain, 67, 70;
  holds a conference with the merchants of Rouen, 71;
  bound to colonize New France with Catholic settlers, 86

Moreau, quoted, 25

Morel, Captain, 112

Motin, his ode to Champlain, 72

Murad, Anthoine de, 66

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Napagabiscou, Indian chief, 176

Natel, Antoine, at Quebec in 1608, 41;
  acquaints Captain Le Testu with the details of Duval’s plot, 43;
  dies from scurvy, 46

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