The Jolliet-Marquette expedition, 1673 by Francis Borgia Steck

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Published by Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C .

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Places:

  • Mississippi River,
  • Canada

Subjects:

  • Joliet, Louis, 1645-1700.,
  • Marquette, Jacques, 1637-1675.,
  • Mississippi River -- Discovery and exploration.,
  • Canada -- History -- To 1763 (New France)

Edition Notes

Book details

Statementby Francis Borgia Steck.
SeriesThe Catholic University of America. Studies in American church history,, vol. 6
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF352 .S81
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 323 p., 1 l. ;
Number of Pages323
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6702888M
LC Control Number27013153
OCLC/WorldCa5040627

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InJolliet was named leader of an expedition that would explore the northern part of the Mississippi River the following year. Jolliet asked Father Marquette to be the chaplain of this group.

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Upper Mississippi River. Oil painting by Frank H. Zeitler, Source: Wisconsin Historical Museum Object # OnFather Jacques Marquette and fur trader Louis Joliet set out on a four-month voyage that carried them thousands of miles through the heart of North America to explore the path of the Mississippi River.

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OnFrench-Canadian explorer Louis Jolliet and Jesuit priest and missionary Jacques Marquette departed from St. Ignace Michigan with two canoes and five other voyageurs to explore the Upper Mississippi.

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Add to Wishlist; Ask a Question; Shipping Rates &. InFather Jacques Marquette, a Jesuit missionary, and Louis Joliet, a fur trader, undertook an expedition to explore the unsettled territory in North America from the Great Lakes region to the Gulf of Mexico for the colonial power of France.

Leaving with several men in two bark canoes, Marquette and Joliet entered the Mississippi River and arrived in present-day Arkansas in June In response to G.'s review in Thought.

Published finally in The Fortnightly Review, after Thought would not print it. The Jacques Marquette Map Hoax Presented at the Conference on Illinois History Springfield, Illinois on Octo The currently accepted history of the Jolliet-Marquette expedition of (presented below) has endured in its present form for a century-and-a-half.

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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.

map of Marquette and Jolliet's expedition. While Hernando de Soto was the first European to make official note of the Mississippi River by discovering its southern entrance inJolliet and Marquette were the first to locate its upper reaches, and travel most of its length, about years : Septemnear Quebec City, Canada.

Marquette learned to speak Illinois and wished to found a mission among them. Jolliet was placed in charge of the expedition, and traveled to St. Ignace (in present-day Michigan) to collect Father Marquette.

Onthe expedition set out from St. Ignace in two canoes with five men. Home American Journeys AJ Marquette, Mississippi Voyage () - Reference URL Share. To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or.

The route taken by the Jolliet and Marquette expedition of They were the first Europeans to travel through and report on northern Illinois. As such items as glass beads and brass cooking pots were traded for furs in the East, they began working their way west through the extensive web of Indian trading routes.

Jolliet Sterling RoundThis is a pre-owned sterling silver round commemorating Louis Jolliet Tricentennial of the Jolliet/Marquette Expedition of It is marked STERLING an the edge of the coin with serial # Measures about 2" and weighs Troy oz.

It shows some wear from storage and handling. See huge photos above for greater. Perhaps nothing in Chicago history is as fundamental as Louis Jolliet and Jacques Marquette’s expedition of Their voyage by canoe from St.

Anglace down Lake Michigan to the Fox and Wisconsin Rivers and the mighty Mississippi was of epic scale. Replacing Father Allouez at Chequamegon Bay inMarquette went on to build the St.

Ignace mission in the Upper Pennisula of Michigan, in before exploring the Mississippi with Louis Joliet in After this expedition, Marquette set off in late to build a mission among the Illinois Indians, despite suffering from a lengthy illness. He continued his studies in Quincy, Chicago, and Cleveland.

In he was ordained in St. Louis. His first book appeared as “Franciscans and the Protestant Revolution”, later () he studied the first 31 missions of California.

In he pursued graduate studies in. Louis Jolliet () was a Canadian explorer, musician, hydrographer, fur trader, and teacher. The most famous exploit in the career of this multifaceted man was the exploration of the Mississippi River in The exact birth date of Louis Jolliet is unknown.

He was baptized on Sept. 21,at the parish church of Quebec. In he entered. Marquette and Joliet’s expedition brought a lot of positive things to the French and Canadian officials.

First on the list was that the French had become aware that there was an all-water route from the region of the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. Buy Jolliet-Marquette expedition And the establishment of the La Conception Mission among the Illinois by Schauer, John J (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John J Schauer. The Jolliet-Marquette Expedition revised and enriched with maps and documents. Quincy, IL: Franciscan Fathers, The expedition started from Michilimackinac in to explore the Mississippi.

Titus, Charles H. Into the Old Northwest: Journeys with Charles H. Full text of "Life and voyages of Louis Jolliet, " See other formats. Among his many accomplishments are the annual DesPlaines River Canoe Marathon, the three hundredth anniversary reenactment of the Jolliet-Marquette expedition ofthe creation of realistic appearing birchbark canoes made of fiberglass, the beautiful family of canoes known as the Canadienne, and many other historic and environmental happenings.

THE ROBINSON LIBRARY: The Robinson Library >> Mississippi River and Valley: Marquette and Joliet Explore the Mississippi River. InFather Jacques Marquette and fur trader Louis Joliet were sent by Governor Frontenac of New France (now Canada) to look for a route to the Pacific Ocean.

The Governor had been hearing tales of a mighty river to the south, and it was this river that Marquette. Louis Jolliet >Louis Jolliet () was a Canadian explorer, musician, hydrographer, >fur trader, and teacher.

The most famous exploit in the career of this >multifaceted man was the exploration of the Mississippi River in The exact birth date of Louis Jolliet is unknown. Steck's book The Jolliet-Marquette Expedition,which was published innor the above-mentioned article by Father Delanglez, which appeared in The former as early as established the conclusion that Mar-quette is not the author of the Narrative of the expedition; the latter as.

Louis Jolliet (Septem – last seen May ) was a French Canadian explorer known for his discoveries in North America. [1] Jolliet and Jesuit Father Jacques Marquette, a Catholic priest and missionary, were the first non-Natives to explore and map the Mississippi River in   InFrench-born missionary Jacques Marquette and Canadian-born fur trader Louis Jolliet set out on a dangerous yet exciting voyage in search of the famed Northwest Passage, and a shorter trade route to Japan and China.

In breathtaking detail, this narrative describes their brave journey vividly portraying encounters with American Indians, hair-raising antics with never-before-seen Reviews: 2.

That Other Marquette Monument. Aug By Editor Gina. A canal through that area – an idea first conceived by Jolliet on the expedition with Marquette – would link the East Coast with the Gulf of Mexico, cutting through the heart of the continent. Marquette’s first trip through Chicago, Louis Jolliet () was a Canadian explorer, musician, hydrographer, fur trader, and teacher.

The most famous exploit in the career of this multifaceted man was the exploration of the Mississippi River in The exact birth date of Louis Jolliet is unknown.

He was baptized on Sept. 21,at the parish church of Quebec. The Jolliet-Marquette Expedition, Edited by Francis Borgia Steck.

The Catholic University of America Studies in American Church History, Vol. VI, (Quincy, Ill.: Franciscan Fathers, xvi+ pp. Maps and illustrations. $3.). Leave was granted, and in Marquette joined the expedition of Louis Jolliet, a French-Canadian explorer. They departed from St.

Ignace on with two canoes and five voyageurs of French-Indian ancestry. They sailed to Green Bay and up the Fox River, nearly to its there, they were told to portage their canoes a distance of slightly less than two miles through marsh and Born: June 1,Laon, Kingdom of France.Jolliet and Marquette led the first French expedition down the Mississippi, in Louis Jolliet (also spelled Joliet), was born in Quebec in Title Author Date Place of Publication Publisher Series Subjects ; Historical background of the Church-State problem in Mexico.

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