5 edition of Ft. Pontchartrain at Detroit found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 1094-1137) and index.
|Other titles||Fort Pontchartrain at Detroit|
|Statement||Timothy J. Kent.|
|LC Classifications||F574.D457 F675 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (1147 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1147|
|LC Control Number||2001126042|
Detroit (/ d ɪ ˈ t r ɔɪ t /, locally also / ˈ d iː t r ɔɪ t /; French: Détroit, lit. 'strait') is the largest and most populous city in the U.S. state of Michigan, the largest U.S. city on the United States–Canada border, and the seat of Wayne municipality of Detroit had a estimated population of ,, making it the 24th-most populous city in the United States. Fort Pontchartrain Historical Marker Fort Pontchartrain Historical Marker is a park in Wayne County and has an elevation of feet. Fort Pontchartrain Historical Marker is close to City of Detroit Fire Department Headquarters.
Map of the city of Detroit in the State of Michigan Scale ca. ,; ft. to an in. "Entered according to Act of Congress by John Farmer, AD " Cadastral map. Cited in Alberta G. Koerner's Detroit and vicinity before [Hotel Pontchartrain before completion, Detroit, Mich.] Contributor Names Book/Printed Material We real cool / by Gwendolyn Brooks. Detroit, Michigan: Broadside Press, ft. to an in. "Entered according to Act of Congress by John Farmer, AD " Cadastral map. Cited in Alberta G. Koerner's Detroit and vicinity before
Fort × ; KB × ; 12 KB Plan du fort Detroit - Gaspard-Joseph Chaussegros de Lery - jpg 1, × 1,; KB. French explorer and soldier Antoine Laumet de la Mothe Cadillac originally built Fort Detroit in , naming it Fort Pontchartrain. The French hoped to use the fort to build alliances with American Indian peoples living in the Ohio valley in order to protect their interests in the region from British encroachment.
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This is not another book that summarizes the same old stories with the same old characters. Through nearly a pages Mr. Kent gives us a personal portal into the everyday life at Fort Ponchartrain and surrounding area in relation to it's time in history and sets the bar higher for every future historian to attempt to match it's quality & expansive approach.5/5(3).
Pontchartrain at Detroit book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. When Cadillac departed from Montreal in Junehe led an 3/5(1). Sent by King Louis XIV, he had been ordered to establish Fort Pontchartrain at Detroit as the new center of fur trade and military power in the interior regions.
This reference work will appeal to. Sent by King Louis XIV, he had been ordered to establish Fort Pontchartrain at Detroit as the new center of fur trade and military power in the interior regions. This reference work will appeal to historians, archaeologists, curators, and enthusiasts of the fur trade era.
Pontchartrain at Detroit: A Guide to the Daily Lives of Fur Trade Ft. Pontchartrain at Detroit book Military Personnel, Settlers, and Missionaries at French Posts (Set) by Kent, Timothy J. Ossinike MI: Silver Fox Enterprises, 2-volume set pages total-illustrated with over drawings and photographs.
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to settle near Detroit. With their families, they traveled aboard royal canoes to Fort Pontchartrain, the strategic fur trading post that later became the City of Detroit. Accompanying the Trombleys on this journey was Guillaume LaForest.
He had married their niece, Marguerite Trombley, in Mayjust as several years earlier, in February Antoine de La Mothe Cadillac establishes a settlement at Detroit.
He leads French soldiers and Algonquins to "le détroit" (the strait). They build Fort Pontchartrain du détroit from logs.
The goal is to protect the French fur trade in the Great Lakes from the English and Iroquois. Detroit Places: Fort Ponchartrain du Detroit - French Rule - For information on the events that led to the establishment of Fort Ponchartrain du Detroit, as well as Cadillac's journey to the area, click here.
Building Fort Ponchartrain. Upon landing at the site of the new settlement, a ceremony was held to formally take possession of. Fort Pontchartrain was built on the Detroit River, under the direction of Antoine de Lamothe Cadillac, in Soldiers, carpenters and a dozen or so Indians labored in the summer sun that year to get the tiny church of St.
Anne under a roof, and a little over an acre of land enclosed in a garrison. Get this from a library. Registre du fort Pontchartrain de Détroit, [Catholic Church.
Ste. Anne (Detroit, Mich.)] -- Ste. Anne's Catholic Church, founded 26 Julywas the first building constructed in Fort Pontchartrain (now Detroit, Michigan). Earliest records were destroyed on Oct. 5. Antoine de Lamothe, sieur de Cadillac’s Census of Fort Pontchartrain: See Le Détroit du Lac Érié – Volume 1, by Gail Moreau-DesHarnais and Diane Wolford Sheppard, and Volume 2, by Suzanne Boivin Sommerville.
Ste. Anne's Catholic Church, founded 26 Julywas the first building constructed in Fort Pontchartrain (now Detroit, Michigan). Earliest records were destroyed on Oct. 5, in a fire. Public Archives of Canada no.: F.M.
G 6, v. (film no. C and C). Film is best copy available. The Pontchartrain and Soldiers and Sailors Monument. Looking east on Fort toward the Pontch. The Hammond Building is at right.
Photo from the Detroit Free Press archives. A different Detroit: The Pontch, far left, sometime between andbefore the addition was tacked onto the top.
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Detroit was founded in Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac arrived at the site of present-day Detroit. Fort Pontchartrain du Detroit was the area’s first construction. The French built the fort originally to keep British settlers from moving west.
After the French and Indian War, the fort was turned over to the British. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Pontchartrain at Detroit: a guide to the daily lives of fur trade and military personnel, settlers, and missionaries at French posts in SearchWorks catalog.
The Iroquois were losing control of their conquered territory by the time Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac was preparing to establish Fort Pontchartrain at Detroit. They were among forty tribes negotiating the “Great Peace of Montreal” when Cadillac landed on J Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors.
Ponce de León, Juan; Ponte Vecchio; Look at other dictionaries: PontchartrainMissing: Detroit book.They had one son, Jérôme Phélypeaux (–), comte de Pontchartrain.
Legacy. Lake Pontchartrain in Louisiana was named after him, as well as the historic Hotel Pontchartrain in New Orleans. In Michigan his name was given to Fort Pontchartrain du Détroit (the site of modern-day Detroit), and to Detroit's Hotel Pontchartrain.