2 edition of Father Pierre François Pinet, S.J. found in the catalog.
Father Pierre François Pinet, S.J.
Frank R. Grover
Written in English
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Marie-Jeanne Qubédéaux married Gille de Chemin. (Brown? Dean "The Village of Chartres In Colonial Illinois ?"? D? p. )issue: Marie Therese de Chemin b. 15 Feb ? m. Pierre Montardy (Pierre Montardy et Marguerite Careno, natives of New Chartres) 9 July at St. Anne in New Chartres (Brown? A.L.S. to Pierre Reytre, ainé, at Jérémie about selling his house and property in St. Domingue; [n.p.] 11 septembre On same sheet is Ms.N. signed by chardin and P. Reytre. Folder Item 1: Lagnel, Jean François, 17 May A.L.S. to François Villette requesting him to take charge of his affairs at Jérémie; Philadephia, 17 mai
Jan 15, · Therefore, the balance between book and pen (between religious and scribal elites) was quite different in Europe than in the Islamic and Chinese worlds. While in the Islamic and Chinese territories, the people of the pen kept a certain distance from the religious elites and developed separate self-images, in Europe the pen identified with the lphsbands.com: M.L.M. van Berkel. Nov 23, · Certainly not if we believe the evidence of The Hague booksellers Pierre Gosse and Daniel Pinet, who in November refused to take copy of Salvemini di Castiglione's refutation of Système de la nature from the STN due to lumbering demand they attributed to precisely that reason Holland worried that his work might be pigeon-holed as Cited by: 3.
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Sep 15, · Father Pierre François Pinet, S. J., and his Mission of the guardian angel of Chicago (L'Ange gardien) by Grover, Frank R.
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Father Pierre François Pinet, S.J. and His Mission of the Guardian Angel of Chicago (l'Ange Gardien) A.D. A Paper Read Before a Joint Meeting of the Chicago Historical Society and the Evanston Historical Society in the Chicago Historical Society Building, November 27, Father Pierre François Pinet, S.
J., and His Mission of the Guardian Angel of Chicago (L'Ange Gardien)Parts Father Pierre François Pinet, S. J., And His Mission of the Guardian Angel of Chicago (L'ange Gardien), A. A Paper Read Before a Joint Society in the Chicago Historical S [Frank Reed Grover] on lphsbands.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Excerpt from Father Pierre François Pinet, S. J., And His Mission of the Guardian Angel of Chicago (L'ange Gardien). The Mission of the Guardian Angel (French: Mission de l'Ange Gardien) was a 17th-century Jesuit mission in the vicinity of what is now Chicago, lphsbands.com was established in by Father François Pinet, a French Jesuit priest.
The mission was abandoned by ; its exact location remains unknown. A description of Louisiana, by Father Louis Hennepin, Recollect missionary.
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Life Among the Indians: or, Personal Reminiscences and Historical Incidents Illustrative of Indian Life and Character (Cincinnati: Printed at the Methodist Book Concern for the Author, ), by James B. Finley, ed. by D. Clark (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Illinois Indians.
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Father Pierre François Pinet, S.J. and His Mission of the Guardian Angel of Chicago (l'Ange Gardien) A.D. A Paper Read Before A Joint Meeting of the Chicago Historical Society and the Evanston Historical Society in the Chicago Historical Society Building, November 27, Father Mermet was a contributor to the page French/Miami-Illinois dictionary written predominantly by [see] Father Pierre François Pinet.
Mermet’s handwriting appears on of those pages. The manuscript was discovered and analyzed by the linguist Michael McCafferty in. Father Pierre François Pinet, S.J. and his Mission of the Guardian Angel of Chicago (L`Ange Gardien) A.D. Chicago, ___.
Antoine Ouilmette. Evanston, ___. “The First Evanstonians.” A Paper Read before the Evanston Historical Society, November 2, Gueroult, Mary Young. “Across the Prairie, a Chapter. Note: Pierre Pinet was a master navigator (per his marriage certificate) and sailed between France and Quebec several times before settling in Kamouraska, Québec around His widow's marriage record listed him as "capitaine.".
The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents God grant that in them may long remain, and die, the useless servant of the missions, François, S. J.” And if your Grace will be good enough to speak to him of it, he will reinstate and confirm Father Pinet in his Mission, that he may there continue his duties, which he has so auspiciously.
Fort Dearborn was a United States fort built in beside the Chicago River, in what is now Chicago, Illinois.
It was constructed by troops under Captain John Whistler and named in honor of Henry Dearborn, then United States Secretary of War. The original fort was destroyed following the Battle of. APPENDICES. Acadians Who Found Refuge in Louisiana, February early s. BENOIT [BEN-wah] ACADIA. Martin Benoit or Benoist dit Labrière, born probably at Rochefort, France, in c, may have come to Acadia aboard L'Oranger in The following year he married Marie Chaussegros at Port-Royal.
Martin dit Labrière and his family were first counted at Port-Royal inwhen they. y Reverend Father, I have already written to you via quebec, but we take every opportunity to pay our respects to your reverence. Father Pinet, a very Holy and Zealous missionary, has left The mission at the tamarous, or arkinsa, in accordance with your directions to me.
Father Pierre François Pinet, S. J., And His Mission of the Guardian Angel of Chicago (L'ange Gardien), A. A Paper Read Before a Joint Meeting of the Chicago Historical Society and the Evanston Historical Society in the Chicago Historical Society Building, November 27.
Pierre was a cooper like his father and also a carpenter.!MARRIAGE: Pierre signed both his marriage contract and the parish register entry as Pierre Le Roy. Contrat G. Rageot 29 Jan !ERRATA: Roy Genealogy Book Page 5 (#9) Pierre next married (3) Marie Delugre 12 Aug in Varennes corrected to 30 Oct in Repentigny.
I am working on a cd - of the families of Bay Chaleur - thru my program family tree maker - so that it the info can be imported into any Genealogy program - the main area of concentration are the Catholic parishes Quebec: Carleton, Bonaventure, Paspebiac, Novelle, Maria New Brunswick: Charlo Sources: Census records, news clippings, church records Patrice Gallant's Les Registers de la Gaspesie.Pierre-Jean-Baptiste, by his father's first wife, born probably on the Vermilion in Septembermarried Marie Marcellite, called Marcellite, daughter of Matthew Sellers and his Acadian wife Marie Aucoin of Bayou Vermilion, at the St.
Martinville church, St. Martin Parish, in .This collection dates from to (with gaps) and documents French colonial rule of Saint Domingue, the slave insurrection, the beginning of Haitian .