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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 200 pages of information about The Makers of Canada.

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Gallinee, Brehan de, Sulpician priest, 11, 105, 108, 148

Gannentaha, the mission at, 65;
  how it escaped the general massacre of 1658, 65-7

Garakontie, Iroquois chief, his conversion, 65;
  his death, 73, 74

Garnier, Father Charles, his death, 5

Garreau, Father, 11

Gaudais-Dupont, M., 41

Glandelet, Charles, 141, 197, 218;
  in charge of the diocese during Saint-Vallier’s absence, 243

Gosselin, Abbe, quoted, 35;
  his explanation of Laval’s mandement, 49, 50;
  quoted, 58, 59;
  on the question of permanent livings, 169, 170

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Harlay, Mgr. de, Archbishop of Rouen, opposes Laval’s petition for an
  episcopal see at Quebec, 133;
  called to the see of Paris, 134;
  his death, 184

Hermitage, the, a religious retreat, 24, 25

Hotel-Dieu Hospital (Montreal), established by Mlle. Mance, 8

Hotel-Dieu, Sisters of the, 33, 210, 236

Houssart, Laval’s servant, 250, 251, 252, 253, 255, 264

Hudson Bay, explored by Father Albanel, 11, 103;
  English forts on, captured by Troyes, 204, 214;
  Iberville’s expedition to, 233

Hurons, the, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 39;
  forty of them join Dollard, 69;
  but betray him, 70, 71;
  they suffer a well-deserved fate, 72

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Iberville, Le Moyne d’, takes part in an expedition to capture Hudson
  Bay, 204, 233;
  attacks the English settlements in Newfoundland, 233;
  explores the mouths of the Mississippi, founds the city of Mobile, and
  becomes the first governor of Louisiana, 233;
  his death, 233

Ile Jesus, 58, 185, 189

Illinois Indians, 148

Innocent XI, Pope, 201

Iroquois, the, 2;
  their attacks on the missions, 5;
  persecute the missionaries, 8;
  conclude a treaty of peace with de Tracy which lasts eighteen
    years, 54, 82;
  their contemplated attack on the mission of Gannentaha, 65;
  make an attack upon Quebec, 67-72;
  threaten to re-open their feud with the Ottawas, 83;
  urged to war by Dongan, 185, 191;
  massacre the tribes allied to the French, 191;
  descend upon the colony, 191, 192;
  La Barre’s expedition against, 193;
  Denonville’s expedition against, 214;
  several seized to serve on the king’s galleys, 214, 215;
  their massacre of Lachine, 224-7

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Jesuits, the, their entry into New France, 1;
  their self-sacrificing labours, 4;
  in possession of all the missions of New France, 25;
  as educators, 63;
  their devotion to the Virgin Mary, 85;
  religious zeal, 109;
  provide instruction for the colonists, 124;
  at the defence of Quebec, 230;
  shelter the seminarists after the fire, 240, 241

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