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Jacques Marquette, S.J., 1637-1675
by Loyola Press
Written in English
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The company was named after Père (French for Father) Jacques Marquette S.J. (–), a French Jesuit missionary who founded Michigan's first European settlement, Sault Ste Marie. History Loading salt into a Pere Marquette boxcar. Description: The Journal of Southern History, which is edited at and sponsored by Rice University, is a quarterly devoted to the history of the American South and is unrestricted as to chronological period, methodology, or southern historical Journal publishes refereed articles and solicited book reviews and book notes on all aspects of southern history.
after Marquette, and his statue stands in the Hall of Fame in Washington, D.C. • Important archival materials on Marquette are at the Ar chives of the Archdiocese of Quebec and at the College Sainte-Marie in Montreal. The best modern biography is Jo seph P. . - Explore aksnowwalker's board "Canoe Art", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Canoe, Art and Canoe and kayak pins.
Jacques Marquette, S.J., By JOSEPH P. DONNELLY, S.J. (Chicago, Loyola Univer sity Press, xii, p. $) Reviewed by Martha C. Bray THE HEROIC proportions of the Jesuit mis sionary effort in North America are clearly es tablished in the seventy-three volumes of The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents, edited. The company was named after Père (French for Father) Jacques Marquette S.J. (–), a French Jesuit missionary who founded Michigan's first European settlement, Sault Ste Marie. History The Pere Marquette Railroad was incorporated on November 1, in anticipation of a merger of three Michigan-based railroad companies that had been.
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Donnelly and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Reviews CANADA Jacques Marquette, S. JOSEPH P. DONNELLY, SJ. Chicago, Loyola University Press, Pp. xii,illus. $ (us). Few figures of the French regime in America have been as popular in the United States as Father Jacques : Yves F.
Zoltvany. Synopsis. Jacques Marquette was born in Laon, France, on June 1, He joined the Society of Jacques Marquette at age 17 and became a Jesuit missionary. He founded missions in present-day Michigan and Born: Jacques Marquette, S.J., by Joseph P.
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Donnell, Joseph P. Jacques Marquette, S.J. Chicago, IL: Loyola University, From this biography emerges a Jacques Marquette who dearly loved and profoundly understood the Indians as few missionaries had.
Dougherty, Peter. Diaries. Journal of the Presbyterian Church, copy. Jacques Marquette. Jacques Marquette () was a French Jesuit, missionary, and explorer who followed the Illinois and Mississippi rivers on a journey of discovery.
Jacques Marquette was the son of a seigneur of Laon. In he entered the Jesuit novitiate at Nancy, went on to teaching, and began theological studies in Book Reviews begun with lay teachers but the desire was to secure Sisters as soon as possible.
The first nuns came from Conception, Missouri. They were Jacques Marquette, S.J. By Joseph P. Donnelly, S.J. (Chicago: Loyola University Press, Pp. xiv, $) This is a scholarly, readable, well researched book. Father Don. Read this book on Questia. The Pere Marquette Lecture, twelfth in a series since the Tercentenary Celebration of the missions and explorations of Pere Jacques Marquette, S.J.
(), also marks the Centennial Celebration of Marquette University, which. The Père Marquette Lecture is the fourteenth in a series inaugurated to celebrate the Tercentenary of the missions and explorations of Père Jacques Marquette, S.J. ( ). The Marquette University Theology Department, founded inlaunched these annual lectures by distinguished theologians under the title of the Père Marquette.
The Pere Marquette Railway (reporting mark PM) operated in the Great Lakes region of the United States and southern parts of Ontario in had trackage in the states of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and the Canadian province of primary connections included Buffalo; Toledo; and company was named after Père (French for Father) Jacques Marquette S.J.
(–), a Headquarters: Cleveland, Ohio. Joseph Donnelly. Published by Brooks Cole. ISBN ISBN Jacques Marquette, S.J., Joseph P. Donnelly. Published by Condition: Used; Good.
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Please expect some creasing to the spine and. Father Jacques Marquette S.J. (June 1, – ),  sometimes known as Père Marquette or James (Jim) Marquette,  was a French Jesuit missionary who founded Michigan's first European settlement, Sault Ste.
Marie, and later founded St. Ignace, Father Marquette and Louis Jolliet were the first Europeans to explore and map the northern portion of the Mississippi.
During the period between the publication of Pierre Esprit Radisson's Voyages by the Prince Society of Boston in and the appearance of Caesars of the Wilderness inscholarly journals and books were often enlivened by the historical controversy surrounding Radisson and his fellow explorer, Medard Chouart, Sieur Des Groseilliers.
Often referred to as the “Radisson problem,” the. Pere Jacques Marquette The hexagonal railing around the lobby of Chicago's Marquette Building is decorated with a mosaic frieze by the Louis Comfort Tiffany studio depicting events in the life of Jacques Marquette, his exploration of Illinois, and Native Americans he met.
Jacques Marquette, S.J. () The first commemorative stamp to a Jesuit was a 6c American stamp which honored this French Jesuit born in Laon, France who was one of the first to encounter the American Indian. He spoke six Amerindian languages and worked with the Illinois, the Pottawatimis, the Foxes, the Huron, the Ottawa, the.Chicago Timeline: Marquette and Joliet explore site of Chicago; written history begins by ChiPubLib_Government - a staff-created list: Selective list of materials at Chicago Public Library about European explorers Marquette and Joliet.
Their journals and recollections of the journey became the first written history of the area.The company was named after Père (French for Father) Jacques Marquette S.J.
(–), a French Jesuit missionary who founded Michigan's first European settlement, Sault Ste Marie. Its headquarters were in Cleveland, Ohio.