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History of Brulé"s discoveries and explorations, 1610-1626

being a narrative of the discovery, by Stephen Brulé, of lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior; and of his explorations (the first made by civilized man) of Pennsylvania and western New York, also of the Province of Ontario, Canada; with a biographical notice of the discoverer and explorer, who was killed and eaten by savages

by Consul Willshire Butterfield

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Published by The Helman-Taylor company in Cleveland, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brûlé, Etienne, 1595-1632

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Consul Willshire Butterfield.
    ContributionsWestern Reserve Historical Society.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF1030.13 .B98
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii p., 1 l., 184 p., 1 l.
    Number of Pages184
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL343543M
    LC Control Number98002236

    History of Brule's Discoveries and Explorations, , Being a Narrative of Discovery by Stephen Brule, of lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior. Cleveland, OH: Helman-Taylor, Brule spent much time with the Indians. Butterfield, Consul Willshire. History of the Discovery of the Northwest by John Nicolet in , With a Sketch of His Life. History of Brule's Discoveries and Explorations, , Being a Narrative of the Discovery by Stephen Bruit, of Lakes Huron, Ontario, and Superior; and of His Explorations (the First Made by Civilized Man) of Pennsylvania and Western New York, also of the Province of Ontario, Canada.3 Howard M. Jenkins had the story in.

    ātyĕn´ brülā´ [key], c–, French explorer in North America. He arrived () in the New World with Samuel de Champlain, who sent him () into the wilderness to learn about Native Americans and the land. He lived with the Huron and. Assyrian Discoveries: an Account of Explorations and Discoveries on the Site on Nineveh, During and , ISBN , ISBN , Brand New, Free P&P in the UK.

    History of Brule's Discoveries and Explorations, Being a Narrative of the Discovery, by Stephen Brule, of Lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior; and of His Explorations (the First Made by Civilized Man) of Pennsylvania and Western New York, Also of the Province of Ontario, Canada; With a Biographical Notice of the Discoverer and Explorer. There have been many famous explorers throughout time whose achievements and bravery are worth noting. Their purposeful accomplishments and occasional accidental discoveries have helped to shape the course of history. Below is a list of some of the most notable explorers of all time. Famous Explorers Leif Ericson () Nationality: Norwegian Known For: Considered the.


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History of Brulé's discoveries and explorations, being a narrative of the discovery, by Stephen Brulé of lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior; and of his exploration (the first made by civilized man) of Pennsylvania and western New York, also of the province of Ontario, Canada, with a biographical notice of the discoverer and explorer, Pages: History of Brulé's Discoveries and Explorations, Being a Narrative of the Discovery, by Stephen Brulé of Lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior; and of His Exploration (the First Made by Civilized Man) of Pennsylvania and Western New York, Also of the Province of Ontario, Canada.

History of Brulé's discoveries and explorations, [microform]: being a narrative of the discovery by Stephen Brulé of Lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior, and of his explorations of Pennsylvania and western New York: also of the province of Ontario by Butterfield, Consul Willshire, ; Western Reserve Historical SocietyPages: History of Brulé's Discoveries and Explorations, Being a Narrative of the Discovery, by Stephen Brulé of Lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior: and of His Exploration (the First Made by Civilized Man) of Pennsylvania and Western New York, Also of the Province of Ontario, Canada.

History of Brulé's discoveries and explorations, by Butterfield, Consul Willshire, ; Western Reserve Historical SocietyPages: History of Brulé's discoveries and explorations, being a narrative of the discovery, by Stephen Brulé, of Lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior; and of his explorations (the first made by civilized man) of Pennsylvania and Western New York, also of the Province of Ontario, Canada; with a biographical notice of the discoverer and explorer, who was killed and eaten by savages.

Original data: Butterfield, Consul Willshire. History of Brulé's discoveries and explorations: being a narrative of the discovery, by Stephen Brulé, of Lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior, and of his explorations (the first made by civilized man) of Pennsylvania and western New York, also of the province of Ontario, Canada: with a biographical notice of the discoverer and.

History Of Brulé's Discoveries And Explorations, Being A Narrative Of The Discovery, By Stephen Brulé Of Lakes Huron, Ontario And Superior Man Of Pennsylvania And Western New York: : Consul Willshire Butterfield, Western Reserve Format: Tapa blanda. First published inthis book traces the course of Etienne (Stephen) Brule's 17th century travels, from his arrival in North America with Champlain into his untimely death in when he was killed and eaten by the Indians.

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History of Brule's Discoveries and Explorations, by Consul Willshire Butterfield (pp. ) Review by: James D. Butler DOI: / History of Brulé's discoveries and explorations,being a narrative of the discovery, by Stephen Brulé, of lakes Huron, Ontario and Superior; and of his explorations (the first made by civilized man) of Pennsylvania and western New York, also of the Province of Ontario, Canada; with a biographical notice of the discoverer and explorer, who was killed and eaten by savages.

Étienne Brulé (French pronunciation: [etjɛn bʁyle]; c. – c. June ) was the first European explorer to journey beyond the St. Lawrence River into what is now known as spent much of his early adult life among the Hurons, and mastered their language and learned their ûlé became an interpreter and guide for Samuel de Champlain, who later sent Brûlé on a Born:France.

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