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c. IV. from the hands of the rash braves; and Allouez was admitted to an audience before the vast aanger with shouts of joy. Their country, said Allouez, is the best field for the gospel. Had I hadns, on the banks of the Great River, of which Allouez reported Ibid 111 the name to be Messipi. progress of discovery in 1667 Aug. the west, Allouez returned to Quebec to urge the establishmentucceeding years, the illustrious triumvirate, Allouez, Dablon, and Marquette, were employed in confhim- Sept. 13. self at Che-goi-me-gon, which Allouez had exchanged for a new mission at Green Bay,y. the congress of nations arrived; and, with Allouez as his interpreter, St. Lusson, fresh from anounded by Mar- 1672. quette were explored by Allouez and Dablon, who bore the cross through Easternded as far as the eye could reach, and where Allouez had already raised the cross, which the savag of the St. Joseph's, in that peninsula where Allouez had already gathered a village of Miamis, awa[3 more...]
t of a Jesuit mission, which gradually became a central point of French colonization. We know that Marest, in Lett. Ed. IV. 208. Father Gravier was its founder, but it is not easy to fix the date of its origin. Marquette had been followed by Allouez, who, in 1684, may have been at Rock Fort, but who was chiefly a missionary to the Miamis, among whom he died. Gravier followed Allouez, but in what year is unknown. Sebastian Rasles, after a short residence among the Abenakis, received ordersAllouez, but in what year is unknown. Sebastian Rasles, after a short residence among the Abenakis, received orders to visit the west; and, from his own narrative, it Rasles, in Lett Ed. T. IV. is plain that, after passing a winter at Mackinaw, he, in the spring of 1693, repaired to Illinois, where he remained two years before exchanging its prairies for the Chap. XXI.} borders of the Kennebec. He was sent, perhaps, as a companion to Gravier, who is famed as having been the first to ascertain the principles of the Illinois language, and to reduce them to rules, and as having, in the midst of perpetual p
k possession of the whole north of the peninsula as of a derelict country; yet the Miamis occupied its southern moiety, and their principal mission was founded by Allouez on the banks of the St. Joseph, within the present state of Michigan. The Illinois were kindred to the Miamis, and their country lay between the Wabash, the Oh business of the day. To secure success in the chase, by appeasing the tutelary spirits of the animals to be pursued, severe fasts were kept; and happy was he to Allouez, 58. whom they appeared in his dreams, for it was a sure augury of abundant returns. The warrior, preparing for an expedition, often sought the favor of the god in the chase, or on the river; he seeks a special genius to be his companion and tutelary angel through life. On approaching maturity, the young Chippewa, anx- Allouez 108, 109. ious to behold God, blackens his face with charcoal, Schoolcraft's Algic Researches, i. 220. and, building a lodge of cedar-boughs, it may be on the su
s, 265. Political institutions, 274. Religion, 284. Natural endowments, 299. Origin, 306. Acadia settled, I. 27. Fortunes of, 445; II. 70; II. 186, 234. Accomacs, III. 239. Aguesseau, III. 357. Aix la Chapelle, congress of, III. 466. Alabama entered by Soto, I. 48. By the French, II. 200, 348, 352, 365. Albany founded, II. 273. Alexander's, Sir William, patent, I. 332. Algonquins war with the Dutch, II. 288. Visited by Jesuits, III. 128. Language, 237. Allouez, Father, III. 149. Amidas, his voyage, I. 92. Anabaptism in Massachusetts, I. 449. Anabaptists popular reformers, II. 460. Andros, Edmund, II. 405. Lands at Boston, 427. In Virginia, III. 25. Anglo-American. See Colonies. Annapolis, Maryland, III. 31. Anne, Queen, war of; III. 206. Gives audience to five sachems, 219. Anson's expedition, II. 439. Antinornian controversy, I. 386. Archdale, John, III. 16. Argall, I. 146, 148, 151, 152. Arkansas entered by S