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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History (ed. Benson Lossing), Louisiana, (search)
notified by Bienville that France had taken possession......Sept. 15, 1699 Sauvolle appointed governor of Louisiana......Dec. 7, 1699 D'Iberville returns from France in company with Bienville, and establishes a fort on the Mississippi, where they are visited by the Chevalier de Tonti......Jan. 17, 1700 Sauvolle dying, Bienville succeeds him......Aug. 22, 1701 De Muys, appointed governor-general of Louisiana, dies on his way from France, and Bienville continues in command......1707 King grants to Sieur Antony Crozat exclusive trading rights in Louisiana for ten years......Sept. 14, 1712 Lamothe Cadillac arrives from France as governor, and appoints Bienville lieutenant......May 17, 1713 Bienville makes peace with the Choctaw Indians......1715 Governor Cadillac, in search of silver, goes to the Illinois country and incurs the enmity of the Natchez Indians......1715 Bienville ascends the Mississippi to subject the Natchez, and establishes Fort Rosalie in their coun
erritory between the St. Croix and Pemaquid and northward, variously called the Sagadahoc Territory, New Castle, and the County of Cornwall ......March 12, 1664 King's commissioners establish a form of provisional government in the province of Maine......June 23, 1665 By the treaty of Breda the English surrender Nova Scotia oc......June 22, 1674 Indian depredations and massacres in King Philip's War begin, Sept. 12; attack Saco, Sept. 18, and burn Scarborough......Sept. 20, 1675 King by council confirms the decision of a commission which had been appointed and reported that the right of soil in New Hampshire and Maine probably belonged not to Mril 4, 1733, by royal instruction, and Massachusetts resumes jurisdiction of Sagadahoc territory......Aug. 25, 1733 Brunswick incorporated......June 24, 1737 King in council fixes the line between Maine and New Hampshire to pass through the entrance of Piscataqua Harbor and the middle of the river to the farthermost head of