8 edition of La Salle and the exploration of the Mississippi found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 62) and index.
|Statement||Daniel E. Harmon.|
|Genre||Juvenile literature., Biography|
|Series||Explorers of new worlds|
|LC Classifications||F352 .H28 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|ISBN 10||0791059529, 0791061620|
|LC Control Number||00043074|
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Lasalle and the Exploration of the Mississippi (Explorers of New Worlds) › Books › History › Americas. LaSalle and the explorers of the Mississippi. [Tony Coulter] -- A history of the exploration of the Mississippi River, discussing the men who accomplished it.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: Tony Coulter. Find more information about: America -- Discovery and exploration -- French. La Salle, Robert Cavelier, -- sieur de, -- LaSalle and the Exploration of the Mississippi (Explorers of the New Worlds) [Daniel E.
Harmon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying :// LaSalle, the Mississippi, and the Gulf book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Three centuries after the French explorer La Salle First volume of biographical accounts related to the explorations of René Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle in North America including memoirs, accounts, and narratives of his discovery and exploration down the Mississippi ://://metapth Courtesy of The Historic New Orleans Collection.
Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle. Goupil and Company (Publisher) D uring the s, René-Robert Cavelier, sieur de La Salle, led two expeditions in search of the Mississippi River’s outlet to the Gulf of s Marquette and Louis Joliet preceded La Salle by a decade, though they only went as far as the Arkansas River before La Salle Expedition, Louisiana Territory, Jacques de La Metairie was a royal notary at Fort Frontenac, New France, (now Kingston, Ontario) acting under a royal commission, granted in Notary Metairie was chosen to accompany the famous La Salle expedition, down the Colbert (Mississippi) River, to the Gulf of Mexico.
Fort Frontenac was built by La Salle in and named after the LA SALLE, RENÉ ROBERT CAVELIER, SIEUR DE (–). René Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, explorer, was born in St.
Herbland parish, Rouen, France, on Novemthe son of Catherine Geeset and Jean Cavelier. Cavelier was a wealthy wholesale merchant and "Master of the Brotherhood of Notre-Dame." 2 days ago LA SALLE é Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, sailed from Rochefort, France, on August 1,to seek the mouth of the Mississippi River by new voyage of four ships and more than people at the start was a follow-up to La Salle's exploration of the Mississippi from the mouth of the Illinois River to the Gulf of :// La Salle buried an engraved plaque and a cross at the mouth of the river, claiming the entire Mississippi Basin for France and naming it La Louisiane in honor of his sovereign, King Louis XIV.
Excited by his discovery, La Salle returned to France, determined to convince the king that a French colony must be established on the Gulf of Mexico at Rene-Robert Cavelier de La Salle is a man of sharp contradictions. A dynamic leader, La Salle was able to motivate his men to follow him the length of the Mississippi River.
Conversely, on several occasions, men under his command mutinied against him and, --Children's › Books › Children's Books › History.
Get this from a library. La Salle and the exploration of the Mississippi. [Daniel E Harmon] -- Presents a biography of the French explorer who traveled throughout New France, sailed down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico, and claimed the region he called Louisiana for :// In La Salle, Aretha gives a convincing portrayal of the explorer as a reserved, resilient, and determined man, while offering a readable account of his travels from France to Canada, down the Mississippi to the Gulf of Mexico.
Grades --Carolyn › Books › Teen & Young Adult › Education & Reference. Robert Cavelier de la Salle (Novem –Ma ) was a French explorer credited with claiming Louisiana and the Mississippi River Basin for France.
In addition, he explored much of the Midwest region of what would become the United States as well as portions of Eastern Canada and the Great his last voyage, his attempt to set up a French colony at the mouth of the The French explorer Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de la Salle, was the first known European to explore the Mississippi River all the way to the Gulf of Mexico in La Salle’s parents intended him to serve as a Jesuit priest, but his personality made him unsuitable for "With a facsimile of a newly-discovered map of Marquette, of Marquette's letter, and a steel portrait of La Salle." "Five hundred copies"--P.
Thacher, II, p. 46 (Americana) Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web :// Buy a cheap copy of LA Salle: LA Salle and the Mississippi book by Ann Heinrichs. A biography of the seventeenth-century French explorer who was the first European to travel the entire length of the Mississippi River, claiming for France not only Free shipping over $ René-Robert Cavelier, sieur de La Salle, (born NovemRouen, France—died Manear Brazos River [now in Texas, U.S.]), French explorer in North America, who led an expedition down the Illinois and Mississippi rivers and claimed all the region watered by the Mississippi and its tributaries for Louis XIV of France René Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle (), was a French explorer and colonizer, best known for his discovery of the Mississippi Delta.
His career is a remarkable tale of wanderings in North America and of the intrigues of Versailles. René Robert Cavelier, later Sieur de La Salle, was born on Sept.
21,near Rouen into a wealthy Synopsis. Born in Rouen, France, on NovemRené-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle was an explorer best known for leading an expedition down the Illinois and Mississippi :// Buy a cheap copy of Despite All Obstacles: La Salle and the book by Joan Elizabeth Goodman.
To say that Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle was determined is like saying the sun is warm. La Salle made his way from Eastern Canada to the Great Lakes.
Free shipping over $ What La Salle was looking for. The mouth of the Mississippi. Shaman. Healer. Indigenous. Native. The land that drained into the Mississippi River.
Louisiana. One lasting effect of Spanish exploration in Texas. Many of Texas's rivers were named. Another name for the "Age of Contact". European :// La Salle And The Mississippi River Book Information.
Title: La Salle And The Mississippi River. Author: Heinrichs, Ann. Isbn: Travel back in time and discover the North American continent with daring French explorer La Salle. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus Buy a cheap copy of La Salle and the Discovery of the Great book by Francis Parkman.
On April 9,Robert Cavalier, Sieur de la Salle, paddled into the Gulf of Mexico. He and a small band of men in three canoes had become the first to navigate Free shipping over $ Salle and the exploration of the Mississippi.
Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers, (DLC) (OCoLC) Named Person: Robert Cavelier La Salle, sieur de; Robert Cavelier La Salle, sieur de; Robert Cavelier de La Salle; Robert Cavelier La Salle, sieur de: Material Type: Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
"With a facsimile of a newly-discovered map of Marquette, of Marquette's letter, and a steel portrait of La Salle." "Five hundred copies"--P. ii Thacher Get this from a library. La Salle: La Salle and the Mississippi River.
[Ann Heinrichs] -- A biography of the seventeenth-century French explorer who was the first European to travel the entire length of the Mississippi River, claiming for France not only that river, but also all the land Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle.
Robert Cavalier, Sieur de La Salle, was born in Rouen, France in As a young man, La Salle planned to enter the priesthood, but found himself unsuited to the life.
At the age of 24, he followed his brother to Canada, where he entered the fur :// A french colony at the mouth of the Mississippi River. La Salle was in charge. He hoped to use that colony as a base from which to capture silver mines in northern New La Salle's career in exploration began inwhen he traveled to Quebec, Canada as a French colonist.
Inhe was granted a seigneury (a large plot of land) on Montreal Island, which he sold two years later in the hopes of jump starting his career as an explorer.
Eager to find the fabled Northwest Passage to Asia, La Salle set up an Sieur De La Salle's journey might not come to the conclusion readers would believe, but his story is one worth knowing. The only negative about this book was a misprint on page 24 giving King Louise XVI credit for having made La Salle the governor of Fort Frontenac instead of Louis the :// "It has long been a desideratum to have in English the early narratives, of the discovery and exploration of the Mississippi.
Marquette's map and voyage have indeed appeared, but the narrative varies in no small degree from the authentic manuscript, and the map is not at all a copy of that still preserved, as it came from the hand of the great :// Sieur de La Salle, a former Jesuit and ambitious entrepreneur from Normandy, tried his hand at the fur trade in the Illinois Country during the late s.
After achieving little profit, La Salle looked for better business opportunities further south along the Mississippi :// The perilous exploration of the Mississippi River was a task undertaken by Captain de Tonti in the 's both out of love for France and for his leader, the fearless La :// Notes.
Narrative of the adventures of La Salle's party at Fort Crevecœur, in Illinois, from February,to June,by Father Zenobius MembréNarrative of La Salle's voyage down the Mississippi, by Father Zenobius MembréAccount of La Salle's attempt to reach the Mississippi by sea, and of the establishment of a French colony in St.
Louis bay, by Father Christian Le Clercq La Salle and 16 men leave for Canada to obtain supplies for the colony. At Fort St. Louis, only 20 colonists now remain. Disease and attacks by the local Indians, the Karankawa, have taken a toll on the settlement. March: La Salle is ambushed and killed in east Texas by two of his men: Pierre Duhaut and L’ Rene-Robert Cavelier, known as Sieur de La Salle, was the first European explorer to traverse the entire Mississippi River to its mouth at the Gulf of Mexico.
Originally groomed for the priesthood in France, La Salle would journey through America on five separate expeditions. Author David Aretha describes how the explorer claimed the Louisiana territory for France in and met his end at ?id=ysX05CgpB_oC.
Rene-Robert Cavelier de La Salle was another noted French explorer. Inhe journeyed to the mouth of the Mississippi River, claiming the Mississippi Valley, which came to be known as Louisiana, for France. (Note that Louisiana referred to a much Author of History of the Catholic missions among the Indian tribes of the United States,A history of the Catholic church within the limits of the United States, Discovery and exploration of the Mississippi Valley, A French-Onondaga dictionary, The bursting of Pierre Margry's La Salle bubble, Life And Times Of The Most Rev.
John Carroll, Bishop And First Archbishop Of Baltimore, The. Full text of "Discovery and exploration of the Mississippi Valley: with the original narratives of Marquette, Allouez, Membré, Hennepin and Anastase a facsim. of the newly-discovered map of Marquette" See other formats