French-Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan
P.O. Box 1900, Royal Oak, 48068-1900
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French-Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan
P.O. Box 1900
Royal Oak, Michigan 48068-1900
 
 
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Item #1 - US Orders
This two-volume set presents as detailed an account as possible of the founding decade of Fort Pontchartrain du Détroit du Lac Érié.  In Volume 1, the timeline from 1694 to 1710 (with full references) tells the chronological story of the explorations and the early historical events that eventually led to the creation of the present-day city of Detroit, Michigan.  In addition, the rich history of the Detroit River Region is explored through family biographies as well as myriad original documents, including legal contracts, land records, census enumerations, and a list of the habitants who agreed to pay for a priest in 1710.  Each chapter is fully documented, and illustrated with images that explain the early years of Le Détroit du Lac Érié.  The in-depth articles comprising Volume 2, again with its full documentation, broaden and expand upon numerous historical and cultural aspects of Detroit’s first decade.  These two softcover volumes, in a large 8 ½ x 11 inch format, are copiously illustrated and together they contain 686 pages.  This work will be of great interest to historians, independent scholars, and anyone who is interested in fascinating history.
Last Updated: 21 September 2018   [Located in Category: Category 1 (Public)]
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Item #2 - Canadian orders
This two-volume set presents as detailed an account as possible of the founding decade of Fort Pontchartrain du Détroit du Lac Érié.  In Volume 1, the timeline from 1694 to 1710 (with full references) tells the chronological story of the explorations and the early historical events that eventually led to the creation of the present-day city of Detroit, Michigan.  In addition, the rich history of the Detroit River Region is explored through family biographies as well as myriad original documents, including legal contracts, land records, census enumerations, and a list of the habitants who agreed to pay for a priest in 1710.  Each chapter is fully documented, and illustrated with images that explain the early years of Le Détroit du Lac Érié.  The in-depth articles comprising Volume 2, again with its full documentation, broaden and expand upon numerous historical and cultural aspects of Detroit’s first decade.  These two softcover volumes, in a large 8 ½ x 11 inch format, are copiously illustrated and together they contain 686 pages.  This work will be of great interest to historians, independent scholars, and anyone who is interested in fascinating history.
Last Updated: 21 September 2018   [Located in Category: Category 1 (Public)]
Price: $30.00
Shipping / Handling: $12.00
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