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by G.R.R. Treasure

eBook Seventeenth Century France download ISBN: 0719538238
Author: G.R.R. Treasure
Publisher: John Murray; 2nd edition (July 30, 1981)
Language: English
Pages: 608
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Category: History
Subcategory: Europe

The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century (. ISBN 0-8032-8746-1) is the second volume in Francis Parkman's seven-volume history, France and England in North America, originally published in 1867

The Jesuits in North America in the Seventeenth Century (. ISBN 0-8032-8746-1) is the second volume in Francis Parkman's seven-volume history, France and England in North America, originally published in 1867. It tells the story of the French Jesuit missionaries in Canada, then New France, starting from their arrival in 1632. The book was re-published in 1912 by Little, Brown and Company, Boston.

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The second in Francis Parkman's fantastic series of histories of the European colonists, 'France and England in North America'. This volume looks at the 17th century French Jesuit missionaries in Canada, starting from their arrival in 1632.

17th century France had enormous influence over Christendom in politics, economics, and culture. France begat the rise of bureaucracies, under Jean Baptiste Colbert. The sun king louis XIV (painting by hyacinthe rigaud, 1701). Louis XIV (1638-1715) is called the Sun King-as was his father, King Louis XIII-because he was the center of power in 17th century France in the same way as the sun is the center of power in our solar system. Louis XIV was no slouch.