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Title: Crusaders of New France A Chronicle of the Fleur-de-Lis in the Wilderness Chronicles of America, Volume 4 Author: William Bennett Munro Release Date: June 5, 2004 [EBook #12523] Language: English Character set encoding: ISO-8859-1 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK CRUSADERS OF NEW FRANCE *** Produced by the Online Distributed Proofreading Team, from images provided by the Million Book Project. CRUSADERS OF NEW FRANCE THE CHRONICLES OF AMERICA SERIES ALLEN JOHNSON EDITOR GERHARD R.
LOMER CHARLES W.
JEFFERYS ASSISTANT EDITORS CRUSADERS OF NEW FRANCE A CHRONICLE OF THE FLEUR-DE-LIS IN THE WILDERNESS BY WILLIAM BENNETT MUNRO 1918 To my good friend FATHER HENRI BEAUD (_Henri d’Arles_) this tribute to the men of his race and faith is affectionately inscribed. Tue Apr 04 17:11:09 2017 2 CONTENTS I.
FRANCE OF THE BOURBONS II.
A VOYAGEUR OF BRITTANY III.
THE FOUNDING OF NEW FRANCE IV.
THE AGE OF LOUIS QUATORZE V.
THE IRON GOVERNOR VI.
LA SALLE AND THE VOYAGEURS VII.
THE CHURCH IN NEW FRANCE VIII.
SEIGNEURS OF OLD CANADA IX.
THE COUREURS-DE-BOIS X.
AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, AND TRADE XI.
HOW THE PEOPLE LIVED BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE INDEX CRUSADERS OF NEW FRANCE CHAPTER I FRANCE OF THE BOURBONS France, when she undertook the creation of a Bourbon empire beyond the seas, was the first nation of Europe.
Her population was larger than that of Spain, and three times that of England.
Her army in the days of Louis Quatorze, numbering nearly a half-million in all ranks, was larger than that of Rome at the height of the imperial power.
No nation since the fall of Roman supremacy had possessed such resources for conque...





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