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French régime in Wisconsin and the northwest.
Louise Phelps Kellogg
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Kellogg, Louise Phelps, Kellogg, Louise Phelps Louise Phelps Kellogg Louise Phelps Kellogg American historian Kellogg, Louise Phelps, m. The Wisconsin Territory initially included all of the present-day states of Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa, and part of the Dakotas east of the Missouri River. Much of the Territory had originally been part of the Northwest Territory, which was ceded by Britain in Capital: Madison (–), Burlington .
- The French and Indian War begins. - The area is controlled by the British after they win the French and Indian War. - Wisconsin becomes part of the United States after the American Revolution. - The Northwest Territory is formed including Wisconsin. - The British are finally forced out of the area during the War of History. The area known as Wisconsin was first inhabited by various Native American tribes. The Chippewa, Menominee, Oneida, Potawatomi and Ho Chunk (Winnebago) tribes lived in the area until the late s. The first European explorer to reach Wisconsin was Jean Nicolet. Searching for the Northwest Passage to China, he arrived in the region in
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The French Regime in Wisconsin and the Northwest. Every student of eighteenth century American history should have this book, which is a publication of the renowned State Historical Society of Wisconsin.2/5.
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The French Regime in Wisconsin and the Northwest - Louise Phelps Kellogg. Every student of eighteenth century American history should have this book, which is a publication of the renowned State Historical Society of Wisconsin. The French régime in Wisconsin and the Northwest by Kellogg, Louise Phelps, d.
Pages: Published originally by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin in this reprint with a comprehensive index excites many genealogists and historians interested in the Huguenots, the French-Indian War, the fur trade, exploration of the old Northwest, and the French residents of Wisconsin.
The first part of the book provides information regarding the early explorations of the Mississippi River and Great Lakes. The French Regime in WisconsinVolume 1; volume 16 Paperback – Aug by Reuben Gold Thwaites (Author) › Visit Amazon's Reuben Gold Thwaites Page.
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Full text of "The French régime in Wisconsin and the Northwest". The French regime in Wisconsin. Summary Vol. I (v. 16): This volume is the first of three volumes devoted to the era of French dominance in the fur trade region of the upper Great Lakes and the upper Mississippi (), emphasizing the period between and This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. The French Regime in WisconsinVolume 1; Volume * Kellogg, French Regime, ° Sanson d'Abbeville's map, reproduced in Kellogg, French Regime, 8 Louise P. Kellogg, ed., Early Narratives of the Northwest,(Original Narratives of Early American History — New York, ).File Size: KB.
XVI. Early mining in the northwest; XVII. Changes in fur trade methods, ; XVIII. The French residents of Wisconsin; XIX. Intercolonial rivalry for the western trade, ; XX. The end of the French Regime in the northwest, ; Index. The companion volume to and narrative continuation of the author's The French Regime in Wisconsin and the Northwest (Madison, ), The British Regime focuses on the period to Howes K (K for the French Regime).
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Content from The British Régime in Wisconsin and the Northwest by Louise Phelps Kellogg Only a portion of this book is reproduced, as follows: Chapter. Portrays the states of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin from the seventeenth to the early twentieth century through first-person accounts, biographies, promotional literature, local histories, ethnographic and antiquarian texts, colonial archival documents, and other works drawn from the Library of Congress's General Collections and Rare Books and.COVID Resources.
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