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IN EACH OTHER'S ARMS: FRANCE AND THE ST. LAWRENCE MISSION VILLAGES IN WAR AND PEACE, 1630-1730.

@inproceedings{Lozier2012INEO,
  title={IN EACH OTHER'S ARMS: FRANCE AND THE ST. LAWRENCE MISSION VILLAGES IN WAR AND PEACE, 1630-1730.},
  author={J. Lozier},
  year={2012}
}
Beginning in the late 1630s, a diversity of Algonquian and Iroquoian peoples established under the auspices of Jesuit and, later, Sulpician missionaries a string of village communities in the St. Lawrence Valley. A diversity of peoples, whom the French lumped under the rubrics of “Algonquins”, “Montagnais”, “Hurons”, “Iroquois”, “Abenakis” and “Loups”, migrated to these villages in the hope of bettering their lives in trying times. This dissertation retraces the formation and the early… Expand