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by Karen Elizabeth Bush

eBook First Lady of Detroit: The Story of Marie-Thérèse Guyon, Mme Cadillac (Detroit Biography Series for Young Readers) download ISBN: 0814329845
Author: Karen Elizabeth Bush
Publisher: Wayne State University Press; First Edition edition (July 1, 2001)
Language: English
Pages: 192
ePub: 1374 kb
Fb2: 1672 kb
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: History

Cadillac (Detroit Biography Series for Young Readers). Published August 27th 2001 by Wayne State University Press (first published August 2001).

Cadillac (Detroit Biography Series for Young Readers). by. Karen Elizabeth Bush. Born in 1671, Marie-Therese Guyon was educated in Quebec by Ursuline. First Lady of Detroit: The Story of Marie-Therese Guyon, Mme.

First Lady of Detroit is a spirited tale of an adventurous girl who grew up to. .

A rare look inside the life of an extraordinarily brave and tenacious woman. Karen Elizabeth Bush, a lifelong resident of southeastern Michigan, began her career as a teacher and moved to marketing and sales. She presently owns Lexicon Services, a business communications company.

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Book Description: A rare look inside the life of an extraordinarily brave and tenacious woman. About the Author: Karen Elizabeth Bush, a lifelong resident of southeastern Michigan, began her career as a teacher and moved to marketing and sales.

First Lady of Detroit book. Detroit Biography Series for Young Readers (4 books). Books by Karen Elizabeth Bush. First Lady of Detroit is designed to appeal to older children, but readers of all ages are sure to find this a fascinating look at life in Nouvelle France.

First Lady of Detroit is designed to appeal to older children, but readers of.

First Lady of Detroit is designed to appeal to older children, but readers of all ages are sure to find this a fascinating look at life in Nouvelle France. Born in 1671, Marie-Therese Guyon was educated in Quebec by Ursuline nuns. Although she was schooled to be a lady, her life was filled with excitement. She married the dashing and ambitious Antoine Laumet de Lamothe Cadillac just a month after they met.

Bush, Karen Elizabeth. The First Lady of Detroit: The Story of Marie-Therese Guyon, Mme. Cadillac (Detroit Biography Series for Young Readers). Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002. The author weaves various pieces of correspondence and official records into historical fiction, bringing Mme. Cadillac alive to young readers

Marie-Therese Guyon Cadillac (1671–1746) was an American pioneer. She is known as "The First Lady of Detroit.

Marie-Therese Guyon Cadillac (1671–1746) was an American pioneer. Cadillac was born in Beauport, Quebec City, to her parents Elizabeth Boucher and Denis Guyon, the later a merchant and farmer. Both of her parents died before she turned twenty. It is not known who subsequently took care of her, but it is thought that her two brothers and her uncle may have played a role.

Cadillac: First Lady of Detroit by Karen. Detroit Biography Series for Young Readers). Marie-Therese Guyon, Mme. Library of Michigan - 2002 Read Michigan Selections This book traces Detroit's impact on the history of American jazz. Cadillac: First Lady of Detroit (Detroit. Detroit biography series for young readers: First Lady of Detroit The Story of MarieTherese Guyon Mme Cadillac.

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First Lady of Detroit is a spirited tale of an adventurous girl who grew up to commission and equip her own expedition to le Détroit, joining her husband there in the fall of 1701-less than a dozen weeks after Fort Pontchartrain was carved out of the wilderness.