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Dictionnaire des esclaves et de leurs propriétaires au Canada français

Marcel Trudel
Trudel, Marcel, 1917- (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
French
Ville LaSalle, Québec : Hurtubise HMH, c1990
xxviii, 490 p. : cartes géographiques.
2890458334
  • Collection Histoire
  • Cahiers du Québec

Notes

Bibliographie: p. 431-441.

Comprend les registres des esclaves amérindiens et noirs dans les endroits qui suivant: la province de Québec; Fort Saint-Frédéric qui devient Crown Point, Indiana; Fort Frontenac qui est dans Kingston, Ontario; Fort Niagara qui est dans l'état de New York; Pointe-de-Montréal (Détroit); Détroit, Michigan; Michillimackinac (Mackinac County, Michigan); Fort Saint-Joseph des Miamis qui est dans l'état de Michigan; et Fort Duquesne qui est aujourd'hui connue sous le nom de Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Comprend un index.

Dictionary of slaves and their landowners in French Canada.

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