2 edition of long journey to the country of the Hurons found in the catalog.
long journey to the country of the Hurons
|Statement||by Father Gabriel Sagard; edited with introduction and notes by George M. Wrong, and translated into English by H.H. Langton.|
|Series||Champlain Society. Publications -- 25., Publications of the Champlain Society -- 25.|
|Contributions||Wrong, George McKinnon, 1860-1948.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||411|
The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons. G. T. Sagard Intro. and Notes by G. M. Wrong, Editor, Champlain Soc. Toronto. This is commonly referred to as "The Jesuit Relations" Cleveland edition. There is also the Quebec edition in 3 vols. compiled under the auspices of the Canadian Government His numerous books include the first edition of A History of Archaeological Thought (Cambridge ), The Cambridge History of the Native Peoples of the Americas, Volume 1 (Cambridge ), co-edited with Wilcomb E. Washburn, and Understanding Early Civilizations (Cambridge ).3/5(1).
Full text of "The country of the Neutrals" a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. and accomplished a work which alone was worth a "journey of several years in the country." Hurons from the mission of La Conception volunteered. to go to the relief of the daring travellers. After eight. HURONS The Huron Indians were part of the Iroquoian people who were named Hurons by the French in the 17 th century. Hurons, meaning "boar’s head," came from the Old French hure, which referred to the male Hurons’ bristly name also meant "rough" and "boorish.".
Le grand voyage du pays des Hurons () appeared in two volumes. Six chapters recount the ocean crossing, the journey from Quebec to the “lac des Hurons,” and the author’s return to France. The remainder of the work examines the Huron customs and way of life, and the flora and fauna of the country. Sagard was a black robe missionary best known for his detailed writings on New France. At the beginning of his book, "The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons", the description of canoe travel into Huronia is very brief and simply mentions the difficulties.
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The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons Hardcover – January 1, by Father Gabriel (ed George M Wrong) Sagard (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Father Gabriel (ed George M Wrong) Sagard.
Long journey to the country of the Hurons, Volume 25 Gabriel Sagard, Gabriel Sagard-Theodat, George McKinnon Wrong Greenwood Press, Jun 1, - History - pages.
The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons The Publications of the Champlain Society, Volume The Long Journey To The Country Of The Hurons Edited With Introduction And Notes By George And Translated Into English By n. by SAGARD-THEODAT, Gabriel [fl. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at : Hardcover.
Long journey to the country of the Hurons. [Gabriel Sagard; George McKinnon Wrong] -- Working as a cleaner in the cathedral of Chartres for more than twenty years, Agnáes Morel profoundly transforms local lives by performing small tasks and using her subtle influence until an.
The long journey to the country of the Hurons by Gabriel Sagard. Published by The Champlain Society in Toronto. Written in EnglishPages: The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons.
Hardcover – 31 January by Gabriel Sagard-Theodat (Author), George M. Wrong (Editor), H. Langton (Translator) & 0 MoreAuthor: Gabriel Sagard-Theodat. In Sagard published an account of his stay among the Hurons, Le grand voyage du pays des Hurons, situé en l'Amerique vers la Mer douce, és derniers confins de la nouvelle France, dite Canada (The long journey to the land of the Hurons, located in America, near the Mer douce to the far borders of New France, called Canada).
The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons. Hardcover – 31 Jan. by Gabriel Sagard-Theodat (Author), George M. Wrong (Editor), H.
Langton (Translator) & 0 more See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Gabriel Sagard-Theodat. Long journey to the country of the Hurons. Toronto, Champlain Society, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Gabriel Sagard; George McKinnon Wrong; H H Langton.
Document Number: AJ Author: Sagard-Théodat, Gabriel, 17th cent. Title: The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons [excerpt] Source: Wrong, George M.
(editor. Click on the article title to read by: 1. The Long Journey to the Land of the Hurons, Located in America, near the Mer douce to the Far Borders of New France, Called Canada Description Gabriel Sagard (circa ‒circa ) was a Recollet brother who in ‒24 lived among the Hurons, France’s main Indian allies at the time.
The long journey to the country of the Hurons / by Father Gabriel Sagard ; edited with introduction and notes by George M. Wrong ; and translated into English by H. Langton. uniform title Grand voyage du pays des Hurons. BOOK REVIEWS The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons, by FATHER GABRIEL SAGARD.
Edited with Introduction and Notes by George M. ated into Eng- lish by H. Langton.(The Publications of the Champlain Society, xxv, pp., 6 maps and illus., Toronto, ) This excellent book will be of decided interest to students of the early history ofCited by: 1.
ERIN has ed. Translation of Le grand voyage du pays des Hurons, with French text of the original ed. English and French. Facsim. reprint of the ed.
published by Champlain Society, Toronto. Grace Lee Nute, The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons. By Father Gabriel Sagard.
Edited by George M. Wrong. Translated by H. Langton. Publications of the Champlain Society Author: Grace Lee Nute. An English translation of Le grand voyage by historian George M.
Wrong was published by the Champlain Society in as Sagard's long journey to the country of the Hurons. It is available online at the Champlain Society website.
An authoritative edition of the dictionary of the Huron language was edited by John Steckley and published in Original t.p. reads: The long journey to the country of the Hurons, by Father Gabriel Sagard. Edited with introduction and notes by George M. Wrong and translated into English by H.H.
Langton. Toronto, The Champlain Society, Text and translation of the original edition, Paris, Pages:. Search books, movies, branches, programs & more Subjects. Canada--Discovery and exploration. First Nations. Franciscan Recollects.
Indians of North America--Canada. Wyandot Indians. The long journey to the country of the Hurons Sagard, Gabriel. Contributors.The Long Journey to the Country of the Hurons. By Father Gabriel Sagard. Edited with introduction and notes by George M. Wrong, and translated into English by H.
H. Langton. (Toronto: The Champlain Society, xlvii-f pp. Maps and Illustrations. Text. Index.) The original of this latest publication of the Champlain Society has.Chap. 4: From Cape Victory to the Hurons, and how the savages manage when they travel through the country.
Chap. 5: Our arrival at the Huron country, our occupations, and manner of life and behaviour in that country. Chap. 6: The country of the Hurons, and their towns, villages, and lodges.
Chap. 7: The ordinary occupation of the men and women.