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Champlain not Cartier made the first reference to Niagara Falls in literature

by Peter A. Porter

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Published by Gazette Press in Niagara Falls, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cartier, Jacques, 1491-1557,
  • Champlain, Samuel de, 1567-1635,
  • Cartier, Jacques, 1491-1557,
  • Champlain, Samuel de, 1567-1635,
  • Niagara Falls,
  • Niagara, Chutes

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Peter A. Porter.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 12129, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 12129
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (11 fr.).
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23521153M
    ISBN 100665121296

    In , Champlain sailed to Canada and explored the St. Lawrence River for the king. He also explored and wrote about Niagara Falls. Many hotels and motels sprang up around Niagara Falls as young French newlyweds chose to travel there for their honeymoons after reading Samuel’s account of the majestic Falls. niagara: its historyandgeology, incidentsandpoetry, withillustrations. by ^twlutfe®ity sheldonandcompany. breed,lentandco.,buffalo,n.y. hunter.

      There are differing theories as to the origin of the name of the falls. According to Iroquoian scholar Bruce Trigger, "Niagara" is derived from the name given to a branch of the local native Neutral Confederacy, who are described as being called the "Niagagarega" people on several lateth-century French maps of the area.[13] According to George R. Stewart, it comes from the name of an. The concept of écritures migrantes, or migrant literature, first appeared in Quebec during the s. The expression was and continues to be used today to refer to the literary production of writers who, after immigrating to Canada, decided to settle in Quebec — the only Canadian province with a francophone majority — and to write or at.

    Samuel de Champlain was born in (according to his baptismal certificate, which was discovered in ), in Brouage, a small port town in the province of Saintonge, on the western coast of : The following are short essays and notes on various aspects of Niagara Falls history. Many of these were complied in the 's, so we apologize if there are some statements that date them. However, they do provide great information about some of our most asked about topics.


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Champlain not Cartier made the first reference to Niagara Falls in literature. Champlain not Cartier made the first reference to Niagara Falls in literature. by Porter, Peter A. (Peter Augustus), Publication date Topics Champlain, Samuel de,Cartier, Jacques, Publisher [Niagara Falls, N.Y., Gazette Press]Pages: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Porter, Peter A.

(Peter Augustus), Champlain not Cartier made the first reference to Niagara Falls in literature. Champlain not Cartier made the first reference to Niagara Falls in literature. Niagara Falls, N.Y., Gazette Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Samuel de Champlain; Jacques Cartier; Jacques Cartier; Samuel de Champlain: Document Type: Book: All Authors /.

Champlain not Cartier made the first reference to Niagara Falls in literature; By Peter A. (Peter Augustus) Porter. Abstract. Edition of of access: Internet. Champlain not Cartier made the first reference to Niagara Falls in literature [electronic resource] / By Peter A.

(Peter Augustus) Porter Abstract. The Discovery of Niagara Falls. Samuel de Champlain. InSamuel de Champlain, was the first of the European explorers to navigate Lake St. Louis (Lake Ontario). He was the first to write about Niagara Falls.

Samuel de Champlain wrote. Samuel de Champlain, cartographer, explorer, colonial administrator, author (born circa in Brouage, France; died 25 December in Quebec City). Known as the “Father of New France,” Samuel de Champlain played a major role in establishing New France from to He is also credited with founding Quebec City in He explored the Atlantic coastline (in Acadia), the.

Samuel De Champlain was an accomplished cartographer and artist and his vast collection of work was the first documentation of New France. Early Niagara Townships Upon Governor Simcoe's arrival at Niagara (Newark) in he issued a proclamation dividing Upper Canada into nineteen counties to be represented by sixteen members.

Niagara Falls History & Human History. The first humans arrived in Niagara Region alm years ago, just in time to witness the birth of the land was different then, consisting of tundra and spruce forest. During this time (the Palaeo-Indian Period, which lasted until 9, years ago), Niagara was inhabited by the Clovis people.

These nomadic hunters likely camped along the. An incomplete general map by Champlain also exists. The engraving was made inalthough the map was never published. The only known copy is held by the John Carter Brown Library. InChamplain published his last major map of New France, which was included in his final book, Les Voyages de la Nouvelle France occidentale, dicte had been living in France for nearly.

Although Champlain had never seen Niagara Falls himself, he wrote reports about the Falls based upon those made to him by Indians. InSamuel de Champlain became the first to draw and publish a map of Niagara. In this map a very clear and marked outline. Cartier, Jacques, -- Fiction.

See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Cartier, Jacques, ; Fiction; Filed under: Cartier, Jacques, -- Fiction Marguerite De Roberval: A Romance of the Days of Jacques Cartier, by Thomas Guthrie Marquis (Gutenberg ebook); Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.

That first reference to Niagara in all Literature is found in that of France, inwhen Samuel de Champlain, the subsequent founder of Quebec, the first Governor-General of New France,—and still the most picturesque figure in all Canadian history,—narrated, in his now excessively rare pamphlet, "Des Sauvages" (of which only about half-a Author: Peter A.

Porter. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Peter Augustus Porter books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Champlain Not Cartier Made the First Reference to Niagara Falls in Literature Peter Augustus Porter. 23 Sep Paperback. US$   The Anthology and Bibliography of Niagara Falls (Volumes one and two pages) by Charles Mason Dow compiled in the ’s contains a list of Niagara writers and their essays.

These books are the source of where I find many of my historical facts about Niagara Falls. For example, the first entry in book one is about Samuel De Champlain who. Inthe first French explorer, Rene-Robert Chevalier, Sieur de La Salle briefly visited the Niagara area along the East bank of the Niagara River.

On December 6thLa Salle returned to Niagara a second time to establish a path between the rivers, to bypass the Niagara Falls at Fort Schlosser (a supply depot located opposite Chippawa). Father Louis Hennepin, a Recollect priest is the first European credited with writing and drawing Niagara in was accompanied by French explorer Robert Cavalier, Sieur de la Salle, on an expedition to the Niagara area in Hennepin’s book, “New Discovery”,(first French edition,) offers an exaggerated description of.

Samuel de Champlain. Samuel de Champlain (ca. ) was a French geographer and explorer whose mission was to establish a joint French and Native American agricultural and fur-trading colony. In 21 voyages to New France he laid the foundations for modern Canada.

Samuel de Champlain was born at Brouage, a small Huguenot seaport town in. Samuel de Champlain, French explorer, acknowledged founder of the city of Quebec (), and consolidator of the French colonies in the New World.

He discovered the lake that bears his name () and made other explorations of what are now northern. Jacques Cartier (Decem – September 1, ) was a French explorer of Breton origin who claimed what is now Canada for France.

He was the first European to describe and map the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and the shores of the Saint Lawrence River, which he named "The Country of Canadas", after the Iroquois names for the two big settlements he saw at Stadacona .History and Facts.

The first humans arrived in Niagara Region alm years ago, just in time to witness the birth of the Falls. The land was different then, consisting of tundra and spruce forest.

During this time (the Palaeo-Indian Period, which lasted until 9, years ago), Niagara was inhabited by the Clovis nomadic hunters likely camped along the old Lake Erie. Buchanan has lived in the Niagara region for much of her life, and her beautifully realistic depiction of life around Niagara Falls shows it.

This novel follows year-old Bess Heath, an upper-class girl who falls almost instantly for a working-class boy, Tom Cole — a romance riddled with obstacles in early 20th century Niagara Falls, Ontario.