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Missionary labors of fathers Marquette, Menard and Allouez, in the Lake Superior region.

by Verwyst, Chrysostom

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Published by Hoffmann Brothers in Milwaukee, Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marquette, Jacques, 1637-1675,
  • Ménard, René, 1605-1661,
  • Allouez, Claude Jean, 1620-1690?,
  • Jesuits -- Michigan,
  • Jesuits -- Wisconsin,
  • Indians of North America -- Missions

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Rev. Chrysostom Verwyst ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF1030.7 .V57
    The Physical Object
    Pagination262 p.
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6559156M
    LC Control Number13016564
    OCLC/WorldCa346960

    Missionary labors of fathers Marquette, Menard and Allouez, in the Lake Superior region. (Milwaukee, Chicago, Hoffmann Brothers, ), by Chrysostom Verwyst (page images at HathiTrust) The conflict between the California Indian and white civilization. As early as they established a mission on the south side of the western extremity of Lake Superior, at a place called, in the Indian tongue, Che-go-ime-gon; and in Father Allouez, whose name is deservedly identified with the early history of the lake country, organized a mission at Green Bay.

    mant, the Jesuit Superior, also concurred. Therefore, in the minds of ecclesiastical leaders, Father Menard had become a key figure in the permanent development of the subsequent history of the Lake Superior region. It is important, then, to retrace his last route and to locate what henceforth shall be referred to as "Menard's Rapids." Much in-. Father Jacques Marquette S.J. (June 1, – ), sometimes known as Père Marquette or James Marquette, was a French-American Jesuit missionary who founded Michigan's first European settlement, Sault Ste. Marie, and later founded St. Ignace, , Marquette, with Louis Jolliet, an explorer born near Quebec City, was the first European to explore and map the northern Born: June 1, , Laon, Kingdom of France.

    Marquette, JACQUES, S.J., Jesuit missionary and discoverer of the Mississippi River, b. in , at Laon, a town in north central France; d. near Ludington, Michigan, He came of an ancient family distinguished for its civic and military services. In the mid 's, French missionary and explorer Father Jacques Marquette landed on a narrow dividing Pere Marquette Lake from Lake Michigan. Father Marquette died and was buried on the peninsula in A monument now marks the site of his death on the south side of the channel. The acre site includes feet of frontage on Pere.


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Enter in your Kindle browser. From the Book "Missionary labors of Fathers Marquette, Menard and Allouez, in the Lake Superior Region": Reverend Peter Carabin, a German, was stationed in Green Bay from to Joseph's relative, Father Aloysius Isidore Hoeffel, was also a pioneer/missionary priest in this area of Ohio and in later years descendants such as Father Leo Burial: Allouez Catholic Cemetery And.

Missionary Labors of Fathers Marquette, Menard, and Allouez, in the Lake Superior Region. Milwaukee, WI: Hoffmann Brothers, Work of these missionaries among the Chippewa.

Wilson, Edward F. Missionary Work Among the Ojibway Indians. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Wilson was a missionary who came in Claude Jean Allouez (June 6, – Aug ) was a Jesuit missionary and French explorer of North America. He established a number of missions among the Born: June 6,Saint-Didier-en-Velay, France.

Claude-Jean Allouez, (born June 6,Saint-Didier, Fr.—died August 27/28,near Ft. Joseph, New France), Jesuit missionary to New France who has been called the founder of Catholicism in the West. Allouez entered the Society of Jesus at Toulouse, was ordained priest inand sailed for Quebec in He was stationed at settlements along the St.

Lawrence River until his. Missionary labors of fathers Marquette, Menard and Allouez, in the Lake Superior region. Also available in digital form. "From John Askin's letter-book, which now resides in the Burton Library, Detroit." Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

Reminscences of a pioneer missionary, Summary The author of these memoirs, Chrysostom Verwyst, was an immigrant from North Brabant, Holland, who arrived in Boston in at the age of seven.

Missionary labors of fathers Marquette, Menard and Allouez, in the Lake Superior region. MISSIONARY LABORS OF FATHERS MARQUETTE, MENARD AND ALLOUEZ, in the Lake Superior Region. Verwyst, Chrysostom, O.S.F. – Verwyst, Chrysostom, Missionary Labors of Fathers Marquette, Menard and Allouez, in the Lake Superior Region in Wisconsin Religious History “The Mission of Jonathan Carver” The Wisconsin Magazine of History Vol number 2, December pp ALLOUEZ, CLAUDE, priest, Jesuit, missionary, and explorer; b.

6 June at Saint-Didier-en-Forez; d. in the night of 27/28 Aug. in Miami territory, near Niles, Michigan. Claude Allouez was 17 when, on 22 Sept. he entered the noviciate at Toulouse. From the Book "Missionary labors of Fathers Marquette, Menard and Allouez, in the Lake Superior Region": Reverend Peter Carabin, a German, was stationed in Green Bay from to Father Peter Carabin came back to serve as Pastor of his home parish in after he had served for a number of years in Wisconsin.

References to Vide Poche in St. Ignace are also found in the edition of Annals of Fort Mackinac by Dwight Kelton and the book The Missionary Labors of Fathers Marquette, Menard, and Allouez in the Lake Superior Region published in by Rev.

Chrysostom Verwyst. The area is still known today by local residents as Vide Poche.– Verwyst, Chrysostom, Missionary Labors of Fathers Marquette, Menard and Allouez, in the Lake Superior Region in Wisconsin Religious History “The Quakers in the Old Northwest” Proceedings of the Mississippi Valley Historical Association Vol V,