The Makers of Canada: Bishop Laval eBook

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

Joliet, Louis, with Marquette, explores the upper part of the
  Mississippi, 11, 59, 82, 146, 153

Jogues, Father, his persecution and death, 5, 62, 65

Juchereau, Sister, quoted, 240, 241

K

Kingston, see Cataraqui

Kondiaronk (the Rat), Indian chief, his duplicity upsets peace
  negotiations with the Iroquois, 216-18;
  his death, 235

L

La Barre, Lefebvre de, replaces Frontenac as governor, 168, 185;
  holds an assembly at Quebec to inquire into the affairs
    of the colony, 190;
  demands reinforcements, 191;
  his useless expedition against the Iroquois, 193;
  his recall, 193

La Chaise, Father, confessor to Louis XIV, 174, 238

La Chesnaie, M. Aubert de, 186

Lachesnaie, village, massacred by the Iroquois, 228

Lachine, 116, 147, 148;
  the massacre of, 225-7

La Fleche, the college of, 19, 20

Lalemant, Father Gabriel, his persecution and death, 5, 62;
  his account of the great earthquake, 42-5;
  references, 16, 35, 38

Lamberville, Father, describes the death of Garakontie,
  Indian chief, 74, 215

La Montagne, the mission of, at Montreal, 9, 74, 125

La Mouche, Huron Indian, deserts Dollard, 71

Lanjuere, M. de, quoted, 24, 135

La Rochelle, 26, 77, 114, 116, 202, 219

La Salle, Cavelier de, 16, 116;
  Fort Cataraqui conceded to, 145;
  his birth, 147;
  comes to New France, 147;
  establishes a trading-post at Lachine, 147, 148;
  starts on his expedition to the Mississippi, 148;
  returns to look after his affairs at Fort Frontenac, 149;
  back to Crevecoeur and finds it deserted, 149;
  descends the Mississippi, 150;
  raises a cross on the shore of the Gulf of Mexico and takes possession
  in the name of the King of France, 151;
  spends a year in establishing trading-posts among the Illinois, 151;
  visits France, 151;
  his misfortunes, 152;
  is murdered by one of his servants, 152;
  Bancroft’s appreciation of, 152, 153;
  his version of the Abbe de Fenelon’s sermon, 160, 161

Latour, Abbe de, quoted, 33;
  on the liquor question, 36-8;
  re the Sovereign Council, 40;
  describes the characteristics of the young colonists, 100;
  on Laval, 187, 188, 264

Lauson-Charny, M. de, director of the Quebec Seminary, 55, 134

Laval, Anne Charlotte de, only sister of Bishop Laval, 19

Laval, Fanchon (Charles-Francois-Guy), nephew of the bishop, 140

Laval, Henri de, brother of Bishop Laval, 19, 21, 139, 141

Laval, Hugues de, Seigneur of Montigny, etc., father of Bishop Laval, 17;
  his death, 18

Laval, Jean-Louis de, receives the bishop’s inheritance, 19, 21, 22, 139

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