3 edition of Huron relation of 1635 found in the catalog.
Huron relation of 1635
BrГ©beuf, Jean de Saint
|Statement||by Jean de Brébeuf ; introduction and translation by A.J. Macdougall, J.S. McGivern.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Primary Document Analysis Essay: The Jesuits played a critical role in the identity of the Huron’s population in Canada’s early s.
The section “Relations of what occurred among the Hurons in the year ” from the historical book The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents edited by S.
R Mealing, tells the reader about one of the. Add tags for "Les relations de ce qui s'est passé au pays des Hurons ()". Be the first. Between andthe Jesuits established a home and a settlement that was destroyed in during the time when the missions in New France along the Saint Lawrence vega-books.com soon moved deeper into the colony’s territory in order to live with and convert the local Huron population.
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Relation de ce qui s'est passé en la Nouvelle-France en l'annéePaul Le Jeune, BnF Rare Book Reserve. The priest Le Jeune, author of the Jesuit Relations from tobelieved that the successful conversion of nomadic Indians such as the Montagnais (the subject of his relation) depended on their becoming “settled” in sedentary communities and on the.
Saint Jean de Brébeuf (French: [ʒɑ̃ də bʁe.bœf]) (25 March – 16 March ) was a French Jesuit missionary who travelled to New France in There he worked primarily with the Huron (Wyandot people) for the rest of his life, except for a few years in France from to He learned their language and culture, writing extensively about each to aid other vega-books.com: 25 MarchCondé-sur-Vire, Normandy, France.
The translation of Brébeuf's portion of the Relation of (Doc. xxv.) is the work of the late James McFie Hunter, M. A., principal of the Collegiate Institute at Barrie, Ont.
Hunter had intended publish an English translation of all the Relations emanating from the Huron country, but his death in terminated the project. Brebeuf's analysis provides insights in the lives of Huron Indians during the 17th century.
Upon reading Huron Relations ofit is notable that the author provides his readers a balanced description of Huron society and culture vis -vis European society and culture.
Although Brebeuf could be biased in his viewpoints in his narrative, he. Mohican History Links And Book Mark It. Our Hurons, as you see, are not the dullards one might think. They seem to me to be people of common sense and I find them invariably quite docile.
- Father Jean de Brebeuf. This is a brief look at the Huron people of the 17th and 18th century. This remarkable reconstruction of the sedentary, agricultural, but warlike life of the Huron underscores the importance of studying Huron life, since the Huron were wiped 3/5(1).
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The Jesuit Relations (c) Inthe year of the first Relation, the French began to rebuild settlements along the St. Lawrence River and to re-establish trade alliances with Montagnais, Huron, and Algonkian peoples, all of which had been disrupted by an English attack in In order to obtain greater control over the religiously.
Gabriel Sagard’s Dictionary of the Huron Tongue () ) arrived in New sory remarks in t he body of his book and the introduction to his dictionary represent the first. Beginnings It is believed that the Wendat people, known to the French as the Huron, initially made contact with Europeans in when Jacques Cartier was at Hochelaga.
Eventually, this group of people moved west and joined other indigenous groups to form what is known today as the Huron Confederacy. They would not make significant. In the winter of there was a feast at the village of Contarrea, where thirty kettles were on the fires, and twenty deer and four bears were served up.
[Brébeuf, Relation des. Jesuit Relations, The Huron Relation ofJean de Brebeuf Ibid., p. Ibid., p. 17 It was recorded in Relations that the Huron nation at this time populated about 30, people. Huron, Iroquoian-speaking North American Indians who were living along the St.
Lawrence River when contacted by French explorer Jacques Cartier in Many aspects of Huron culture were similar to those of other Northeast Indians. Traditionally, the Huron lived in villages of large bark-covered.All turned with longing eyes towards the mission of the Huron; for here the largest harvest promised to repay their labor, and here hardships and dangers most abounded.
Two Jesuits, Pijart and Le Mercier, had been sent thither in ; and in midsummer of the next year three more arrived,- .[page ii] PREFACE TO VOL. VI. Following is a synopsis of the documents contained in the present volume: XXI. In the final installment of Le Jeune's Relation for (the first part was presented in our Vol.
V.), the superior describes the Coming (July 28), of the Hurons to Quebec, and the conference that was held between them and the French.