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Pierre d'Ailleboust, sieur d’Argenteuil - see his biography in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online: http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/ailleboust_d_argenteuil_pierre_d_2E.html
Gabriel Baudreau and Catherine Forestier
Paul Baudreau and Marie Tessier
Henri Bélisle - see his biography in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online: http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/lamarre_henri_2E.html
Jean Baptiste Bissot, Sieur de Vincennes - see his biography in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online: http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/bissot_de_vinsenne_jean_baptiste_2E.html
Historical Notes regarding the presence of Native Americans in Fort Pontchartrain's parish records from 1704 - 1710: Although Cadillac greatly exaggerated the number of Native Americans who settled in Detroit during its first ten years, the surviving parish registers for Fort Pontchartrain document the presence of Native Americans in the Fort when they brought their children to be baptized. In fact, the second baptism for 1704 was for Marguerite Roy, daughter of Pierre Roy and Marguerite Ouabankikoué (a Miami). French, French Canadians, or the descendants of a Native American (descendants of Pierre Couc and Marie Miteouamigoukoué) served as godparents or witnesses to burials starting in 1706. The following Tribes or Nations were noted in the registers as being present in Détroit (or the Miami Mission) usually for the baptism of a child. They are listed in the order of their appearance in the parish records: Miami, Huron, Ottawa, Iroquois of the Sault (Sault St. Louis), Seneca, Nipissing, Flat-Head, Pawnee, and Fox/Mesquakie. The first slaves were baptized in 1710, following the 1709 legalization of slavery in New France.
Armand Louis Lom d’Acre baron de La Hontan's 17th century copper engraving of a Native wearing snowshoes and another Native hunting for elk - Available from Library and Archives Canada - Early Images of Canada: Illustrations from Rare Books - http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/earlyimages/index-e.html - Choose the Advanced Search Option from the menu on the left and type Lahontan in the "Search for" box
Cornelius Krieghoff's 1856 watercolor - Indians Travelling on Snowshoes with a Sled - Available from Library and Archives Canada (LAC) (http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/lac-bac/search/arch_adv), Mikan #2836631.
See the notes above regarding the Native-American Families who brought their children to Fort Pontchartrain to be baptized.