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Notices & voyages of the famed Quebec mission to the Pacific Northwest:
being the correspondence, notices, etc., of Fathers Blanchet and Demers, together with those of Fathers Bolduc and Langlois. Containing much remarkable information on the areas and inhabitants of the Columbia, Walamette, Cowlitz, and Fraser Rivers, Nesqually Bay, Puget Sound, Whidby, and Vancouver Islands, while on their arduous mission to the engages of the Hudson's Bay Company and the pagan natives, 1838 to 1847. With accounts of several voyages around Cape Horn to Valparaiso and to the Sandwich Islands, etc.
Englished out of the French by Carl Landerholm from related papers and documents in the Oregon Historical Society collections.



Related Names: Landerholm, Carl , tr., Demers, Modeste Bp. 1809-1871., Blanchet, Francis Norbert 1795-1883.
Language(s): English
Published: [Portland, Published for the] Oregon Historical Society [by the Champoeg Press, Reed College] 1956.
Subjects: Catholic Church > Catholic Church / Northwest, Pacific.
Indians of North America > Indians of North America / Missions
Missions > Missions / Northwest, Pacific.
Northwest, Pacific > Northwest, Pacific / Description and travel
Note: Translation of 7 reports, "Mission de la Colombie," taken from the collection entitled, "Missions de Québec," in the library of the Oregon Historical Society.
Physical Description: 243 p. illus. 26 cm.
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