Catalog Record: Father Marquette at Chicago from Marquette's Narrative and Dablon's Relation | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Father Marquette at Chicago [electronic resource] : from Marquette's Narrative and Dablon's Relation.

Main Author: Marquette, Jacques, 1637-1675.
Related Names: Shea, John Gilmary 1824-1892., Mason, Edward G. 1839-1898., Dablon, Claude 1619-1697.
Language(s): English
Published: [Boston? : s.n., 1896?]
Subjects: Mississippi, Fleuve > Découverte et exploration.
Chicago (Illinois) > Histoire.
Mississippi River > Discovery and exploration.
Chicago (Ill.) > History.
Note: Those portions of Marquette's Narrative and of Dablon's Relation contained herein are reprinted from J. G. Shea's Discovery and exploration of the Mississippi Valley. "Father Marquette at Chicago" is reprinted from an article on "Early visitors to Chicago" in the New England Magazine for April, 1892, by Edward G. Mason.
Original issued in series: Old South Leaflets ; no. 46.
Caption title.
"Sicut patribus sit deus nobis."
ISBN: 0665100523
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