Jacques Cartier: his life and exploits (1491-1557) [by] Réal Boissonnault. Excavations at Cartier-Brébeuf Park, Quebec City, 1959 [by] Kenneth E. Kidd. Excavations at Cartier-Brébeuf Park, Quebec City, 1962 [by] John H. Rick. Salvage excavation at Cartier-Brébeuf Park, Quebec City, 1969 [by] Marcel Moussette. [Translated by the Dept. of the Secretary of State.

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Published by National Historic Parks and Sites Branch, Parks Canada, Environment Canada in Ottawa] .

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  • Cartier, Jacques, -- 1491-1557.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Quebec (Province) -- Quebec,
  • Cartier-Brebeuf Park (Quebec, Que.)

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Includes bibliography.

Book details

SeriesHistory and archaeology -- 10
ContributionsBoissonnault, Réal., Kidd, Kenneth E., Moussette, Marcel, 1940-, Rick, John H.
The Physical Object
Pagination178 p. illus., maps. ;
Number of Pages178
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20411617M

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[Réal Boissonnault; Kenneth E Kidd; John H Rick; Marcel Moussette; Parks Canada. National Historic Parks and Sites Branch.; Canada. Environment Canada.;]. Jacques Cartier: his life and exploits () / Réal Boissonnault ; Excavations at Cartier-Brébeuf Park, Quebec City, / Kenneth E.

Kidd ; Excavations at Cartier-Brébeuf Park, Quebec City, / John H. Rick ; Salvage excavation at Cartier-Brébeuf Park, Quebec City, / Marcel Mousette. Thus, the Cartier we know is largely a product of research conducted in the 19th century. However, the documentary record of his life and exploits is fragmentary, and much was destroyed either in fires or during the bombing of Saint-Malo during World War II.

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