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A glossary of Mississippi valley French, 1673-1850

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French language -- Dialects -- Mississippi River Valley., French language -- Glossaries, vocabularies,
Statementby John Francis McDermott.
SeriesWashington university studies. New series. Language and literature, no. 12, Washington University studies -- no. 12.
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LC ClassificationsPC3680.U7 M75
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Paginationix, 161 p.
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Open LibraryOL14009900M
OCLC/WorldCa734064

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No cover image. The French in the Mississippi Valley, Missouri French (French: français du Missouri) or Illinois Country French (French: français du Pays des Illinois) also known as français vincennois, français Cahok, and nicknamed "Paw-Paw French "often by individuals outside the community but not exclusively, is a variety of the French language formerly spoken in the upper Mississippi River Valley in the Midwestern United States.

New France was a name given to French colonial possessions in North America until It was much larger than the 13 British colonies, taking in the territory west of the Appalachians to the Mississippi valley. non-importation agreements.

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That was America, my brethren. There was the seed of America's wealth. There was the great romance of all America — the woman in the sunbonnet; and not, after all, the hero with the rifle across his saddle horn.

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Copies. challenge of completing the translation. She did not compile a glossary of French terms, but researchers will find A Glossary of Mississippi Valley French, helpful for many historical usages and etymologies.5 The Missouri Historical Society has 3" x 5" card files on.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. published by the University of Illinois Press, Urbana, which was issued as v. 26, no. The French era in Mississippi’s history was over. Though it was characterized by turmoil, struggle, and failure, France’s period of control of Mississippi is an important period in the state’s past.

It marks the first serious attempt by a European power to colonize the region, as well as the time period in which Mississippi became part of.

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Discussion. Bousillage in south Louisiana is a mixture of clay earth and retted Spanish moss, but in the Upper Mississippi River Valley and Canada contains straw, grass or hair, used to fill in the panels in poteaux-sur-sol, poteaux-en-terre, and half-timbered framing (called colombage in French).

This was a technique used in French Louisiana by colonists from the 18th to 19th centuries. Hivernants was used during the North American fur trade to describe Métis who spent the winter months hunting and trapping on the Canadian prairies where they built small temporary villages.

The word is French for "winterer". "Hiverner" the verb means to overwinter. The hivernants were active in hunting buffalo (bison) during the cold-weather season (mid-November to mid-March) when the bison.

Established by French colonists inNatchez is one of the oldest and most important European settlements in the lower Mississippi River the French lost the French and Indian War (Seven Years' War), they ceded Natchez and near territory to Great Britain in the Treaty of Paris of (It later traded other territory east of the Mississippi River with Great Britain, which.

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De) ISBN (). Mississippi Scheme, plan formulated by John Law for the colonization and commercial exploitation of the Mississippi valley and other French colonial areas. In the French merchant Antoine Crozat transferred his monopoly of commercial privileges in Louisiana to Law, who, with the sanction of the French regent, Philippe II, duc d'Orléans.

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The French In The Mississippi Valley, Illinois Studies In The Social Sciences, V26, No. 3Author: Norman Ward Caldwell. The French and Indian War was caused because of the tensions between the English colonists and the French who both wanted to settle in the Ohio River Valley.

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The French began building Forts to protect their claims in the area. The British demanded the French leave and they refused.!!!!. Original data: Caldwell, Norman Ward. The French in the Mississippi Valley, Urbana: University of Illinois Press,   Home - Johnson's Dictionary Online - A DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE: IN WHICH The WORDS are deduced from their ORIGINALS, AND ILLUSTRATED in their DIFFERENT SIGNIFICATIONS BY EXAMPLES from the best WRITERS.

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In TWO VOLUMES. Pecan definition, a tall hickory tree, Carya illinoinensis, of the southern U.S. and Mexico, cultivated for its oval, smooth-shelled, edible nuts: the state tree of Texas. See more. About this Item: The Mississippi Valley Historical Association,Soft Cover.

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Jolliet Louis definition: also Joliet Louis French-Canadian explorer of the upper Mississippi Valley who with Jacques Marquette sighted the Mississippi River on Jand descended it to the mouth of the Arkansas River.

Early French Forts and Footprints of the Valley of the Upper Mississippi [bound with] Occurences in and Around Fort Snelling, from to and History of the Dakotas: James Lynd's Manuscripts and The Religion of the Dakotas: etc.

Neill, Edward D. 4 French Explorers 6 To the New World. 8 New France 10 Young Adventurers 12 Two Frenchmen Meet 14 In Search of the River 16 The Mississippi 18 Through the Woods 20 Down the River 22 Native Groups (change) 26 After the Expedition 28 A New Frontier 30 Lasting Legacy 32 Glossary and Index.

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