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Cadotte Trading Post Site

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����� It is probable that Joseph Cadotte was M�tis and possible that he was related to Jean-Baptiste Cadot* of Sault Ste Marie (Mich.). On 24 Oct. 1814 he was appointed lieutenant in the Indian Department of Upper Canada. He was employed as an interpreter under Lieutenant-Colonel Robert McDouall*, commandant of the British garrison at Michilimackinac (Mackinac Island, Mich.). In 1814 and early 1815 Cadotte was sent by his superior on various missions to the Indians of the Grand River. He returned to Michilimackinac from the last of these with 84 Indians intended to bolster the defences of the fort. They ...
With great wealth at stake, tensions between the companies increased to the point where several minor armed skirmishes broke out, and the two companies were forced to merge.
"See You On the Mullan Road" Articles from Special Edition Fort ...
The history of Fort Benton, Montana, the head of navigation on the Upper Missouri River, spans every era in the development of Montana, The Last Best Place! The Overholser Historical Research Center in Fort Benton is dedicated to historical research and writing about our colorful history. All photos and writing are copyright Ken Robison. **I have always imagined that paradise will be a kind of library. - Jorge Luis Borges** Special 150th Anniversary Mullan Road Conference Edition of the River Press published 20 May 2010 By Ken Robison David Parchen painting for the 150th Anniversary Mullan Road Conference depicting Fort Walla ... market research, surveys and trends
A History of French Canada 1670 to 1699
Denise Anthoine, married Laurent Buy, Laurent dit Lavergne, said his name is Lavergne; 2nd marriage 1704 Mathurin Banlier dit Laperle, saaid his name is Laperle Élisabeth Aubert, b-1646, married Aubin Lambert, Aubin dit Champagne Jacqueline Aubry, married Antoine Gros dit Laviolette, said said his name is Laviolette; 2nd marriage 1689 Guillaume Denoyon, Isabella Aupe, married Pierre De Lavoie Frances Baiselat, married Laurent Cambin dit Larivière, said his name is Lariviere; 2nd marriage 1670 Pierre-François Marsan dit Lapierre, said his name is Lapierre; 3rd marriage 1693 André Corbeil dit Tranchemontagne, said his name is ... market research, surveys and trends


Wisconsin Markers - The Historical Marker Database
On July 11, 1859, Mr. Halvor Olson offered this 1/2 acre of his land to be used as a cemetery for the members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church (Hauge Synod) here in the Roche a Cree (Arkdale) settlement. People of the community outside the congregation could also use this cemetery as their burial place. The cemetery was to be ready for use by April 14, 1860. The poor were to be buried without charge. A fee of $2.00 was asked for the burial of individuals who were not members of the . . . — On this site once stood a Lutheran Church of the Norwegian Synod, from the years 1887 to 1921. This church developed because ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Red Lake History
The pages that follow are meant to illustrate that the large number of French Canadians who settled in the vicinity of Red Lake Falls in Red Lake County in the 1870s and 1880s was not an accident of history. From the time of the arrival of the first explorers in northern Minnesota to the settlement of Red Lake Falls led by Pierre Bottineau in 1876 it is apparent that a steady contact was maintained by the French Canadians with the area for over two hundred years. It is the nature of this contact which offers the basis for the present study. Relying on documents that have been left to us from earlier times, the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Posts in the Minnesota fur-trading area, 1660-1855.
RED LAKE RIVER. A post of the Northwest Company was located on the site of the present town of Red Lake Falls. Jean. Baptiste Cadotte was in charge in 1798. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
History of Lac Courte Oreilles
  The Lac Courte Oreilles Tribe is one of six bands of the Lake Superior Band of Chippewa Indians who entered into treaties with the United States in 1837, 1842, and 1854.   The Chippewa of this area have a long and rich heritage.  It is thought that they migrated to the Lake Superior region from Canada along the St. Lawrence waterway.                     The Chippewa have been known by many names, and to this day, Canadians refer to them as "Ojibwa".   The word "Chippewa" is considered a corruption of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Warren's Trading Post/ Chippewa City - University of Wisconsin-Eau ...
In this section I will be using the Warren Papers and along with a few other primary sources to take a look and recount the steps that Lyman Warren and his family made on their trip from the east coast to an uninhabited area in Wisconsin known as Chippewa City. Through his papers we will be able to see why he came to the area and who he met when he finally settled in Chippewa City. Lyman Marquis Warren was born in 1794 to the parents of Lyman Warren and Mercy Whipple. In 1818 Lyman Warren and his brother Truman Warren ...
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