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Voyages of Rev. Father Emmanuel Crespel, in Canada, and his shipwreck, while returning to France [electronic resource] / published by Sieur Louis Crespel, his brother.

Main Author: Crespel, Emmanuel, 1703?-1775
Related Names: Shea, John Gilmary 1824-1892., Crespel, Louis.
Language(s): English
Published: Frankfort-on-the Meyn : [s.n.], 1742.
Subjects: Récollets (Franciscains) > Canada > Missions.
Recollets (Franciscan) > Canada > Missions.
Naufrages > Québec (Province).
Shipwrecks > Quebec (Province).
Canada > Descriptions et voyages > Jusqu'à 1763.
Canada > Description and travel > Early works to 1800.
Note: Translation of: Voiages du R.P. Emmanuel Crespel, dans le Canada et son naufrage en revenant en France. Voir le numéro de microfiche de l'I.C.M. H. 33474.
Title page translated in its entirety and found in: Perils of the ocean and wilderness, or, Narratives of shipwreck and Indian captivity : gleaned from early missionary annals by John Gilmary Shea. -Boston : P. Donahoe, 1857--National Union Catalog pre-1956 imprints.
ISBN: 0665354533
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