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BOOK - Algonquians, Hurons and Iroquois: Champlain Explores America, 1603-1616
By authors: Samuel De Champlain, Samuel de Champlain Translated by: Annue Nettleton Bourne Edited by: Edward Gaylord Bourne
Published by Published by Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2012

Algonquians, Hurons and Iroquois: Champlain Explores America, 1603-1616 is two important books reformated into one unabridged volume:
  • The Voyages and Explorations of Samuel de Champlain (1604-1616). Narrated by himself. Translated by Anne Nettleton Bourne.
  • The Voyage of 1603, reprinted from Purchas His Pilgrimes.
As the first explorer to make a detailed examination of the coast of Nova Scotia and New England Samuel de Champlain prepared a full and accurate account of his observations of North American Aboriginal peoples, interaction between New World inhabitants and European colonial powers, the the founding of New France. Champlain's meticulous and fascinating historical records of his seventeenth-century exporations continue to illuminate early life in North America, hundreds of years later.

Featuring Champlain's original sketches, concise editorial notes, and an informative introduction by editor Edward Gaylord Bourne (1906). Algonquins, Hurons and Iroquois: Champlain Explores America 1603-1616 provides an accurate and readable translation of Champlain's indispensible text, The Voyages and Discoveries 1604-1616.

238 Pages
5.5 X 8.5"
Softcover - perfect bound
Published by Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 2012
ISBN 9781551099576

Softcover......$19.95
(Canadian Dollars)
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