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New England (United States) (search for this): entry rale-sebastian
ished a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewock, on the Kennebec River. He acquired great influence over the Indians, accompanying them on their hunting and fishing excursions. The English accused him of instigating savage forays on the New England frontiers, and a price was set upon his head. They burned his mission church in 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which in 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which is preserved in manuscript in the library of Harvard University. It has been printed (1833) by the Academy of Arts and Sciences. On Aug. 12, 1724, Father Rale was shot at the mission cross, Norridgewock, Me., by some New-Englanders with a number of Indians. In August, 1833, Bishop Fenwick (R. C.) erected a monument to his memory.
Norridgewock (Maine, United States) (search for this): entry rale-sebastian
fall of. 1689 he went to Quebec, and was first stationed as a missionary among the Abenake Indians, near the Falls of the Chaudiere. Then he was sent to the Illinois country, and as early as 1695 he established a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewock, on the Kennebec River. He acquired great influence over the Indians, accompanying them on their hunting and fishing excursions. The English accused him of instigating savage forays on the New England frontiers, and a price was set upon hiin 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which is preserved in manuscript in the library of Harvard University. It has been printed (1833) by the Academy of Arts and Sciences. On Aug. 12, 1724, Father Rale was shot at the mission cross, Norridgewock, Me., by some New-Englanders with a number of Indians. In August, 1833, Bishop Fenwick (R. C.) erected a monument to his memory.
Rale, Sebastian 1658- Jesuit missionary; born in France in 1658. In the fall of. 1689 he went to Quebec, and was first stationed as a missionary among the Abenake Indians, near the Falls of the Chaudiere. Then he was sent to the Illinois country, and as early as 1695 he established a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewock, on the Kennebec River. He acquired great influence over the Indians, accompanying them on their hunting and fishing excursions. The English accused him of instigating savage forays on the New England frontiers, and a price was set upon his head. They burned his mission church in 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which is preserved in manuscript in the library of Harvard University. It has been printed (1833) by the Academy of Arts and Sciences. On Aug. 12, 1724, Father Rale was shot at the mission cross, Norridgewock, Me., by som
Kennebec (Maine, United States) (search for this): entry rale-sebastian
Rale, Sebastian 1658- Jesuit missionary; born in France in 1658. In the fall of. 1689 he went to Quebec, and was first stationed as a missionary among the Abenake Indians, near the Falls of the Chaudiere. Then he was sent to the Illinois country, and as early as 1695 he established a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewock, on the Kennebec River. He acquired great influence over the Indians, accompanying them on their hunting and fishing excursions. The English accused him of instigating savage forays on the New England frontiers, and a price was set upon his head. They burned his mission church in 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which is preserved in manuscript in the library of Harvard University. It has been printed (1833) by the Academy of Arts and Sciences. On Aug. 12, 1724, Father Rale was shot at the mission cross, Norridgewock, Me., by som
Rale, Sebastian 1658- Jesuit missionary; born in France in 1658. In the fall of. 1689 he went to Quebec, and was first stationed as a missionary among the Abenake Indians, near the Falls of the Chaudiere. Then he was sent to the Illinois country, and as early as 1695 he established a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewock, on the Kennebec River. He acquired great influence over the Indians, accompanying them on their hunting and fishing excursions. The English accused him of instigating savage forays on the New England frontiers, and a price was set upon his head. They burned his mission church in 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which is preserved in manuscript in the library of Harvard University. It has been printed (1833) by the Academy of Arts and Sciences. On Aug. 12, 1724, Father Rale was shot at the mission cross, Norridgewock, Me., by som
Rale, Sebastian 1658- Jesuit missionary; born in France in 1658. In the fall of. 1689 he went to Quebec, and was first stationed as a missionary among the Abenake Indians, near the Falls of the Chaudiere. Then he was sent to the Illinois country, and as early as 1695 he established a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewocof instigating savage forays on the New England frontiers, and a price was set upon his head. They burned his mission church in 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which is preserved in manuscript in the librarys preserved in manuscript in the library of Harvard University. It has been printed (1833) by the Academy of Arts and Sciences. On Aug. 12, 1724, Father Rale was shot at the mission cross, Norridgewock, Me., by some New-Englanders with a number of Indians. In August, 1833, Bishop Fenwick (R. C.) erected a monument to his memory.
first stationed as a missionary among the Abenake Indians, near the Falls of the Chaudiere. Then he was sent to the Illinois country, and as early as 1695 he established a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewock, on the Kennebec River. He acquired great influence over the Indians, accompanying them on their hunting and fishing excursions. The English accused him of instigating savage forays on the New England frontiers, and a price was set upon his head. They burned his mission church in 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which is preserved in manuscript in the library of Harvard University. It has been printed (1833) by the Academy of Arts and Sciences. On Aug. 12, 1724, Father Rale was shot at the mission cross, Norridgewock, Me., by some New-Englanders with a number of Indians. In August, 1833, Bishop Fenwick (R. C.) erected a monument to his memory.
s first stationed as a missionary among the Abenake Indians, near the Falls of the Chaudiere. Then he was sent to the Illinois country, and as early as 1695 he established a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewock, on the Kennebec River. He acquired great influence over the Indians, accompanying them on their hunting and fishing excursions. The English accused him of instigating savage forays on the New England frontiers, and a price was set upon his head. They burned his mission church in 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which is preserved in manuscript in the library of Harvard University. It has been printed (1833) by the Academy of Arts and Sciences. On Aug. 12, 1724, Father Rale was shot at the mission cross, Norridgewock, Me., by some New-Englanders with a number of Indians. In August, 1833, Bishop Fenwick (R. C.) erected a monument to his memory.
Rale, Sebastian 1658- Jesuit missionary; born in France in 1658. In the fall of. 1689 he went to Quebec, and was first stationed as a missionary among the Abenake Indians, near the Falls of the Chaudiere. Then he was sent to the Illinois country, and as early as 1695 he established a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewock, on the Kennebec River. He acquired great influence over the Indians, accompanying them on their hunting and fishing excursions. The English accused him of insti1658. In the fall of. 1689 he went to Quebec, and was first stationed as a missionary among the Abenake Indians, near the Falls of the Chaudiere. Then he was sent to the Illinois country, and as early as 1695 he established a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewock, on the Kennebec River. He acquired great influence over the Indians, accompanying them on their hunting and fishing excursions. The English accused him of instigating savage forays on the New England frontiers, and a price was set upon his head. They burned his mission church in 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which is preserved in manuscript in the library of Harvard University. It has been printed (1833) by the Academy of Arts and Sciences. On Aug. 12, 1724, Father Rale was shot at the mission cross, Norridgewock, Me., by som
s first stationed as a missionary among the Abenake Indians, near the Falls of the Chaudiere. Then he was sent to the Illinois country, and as early as 1695 he established a mission among the Abenakes at Norridgewock, on the Kennebec River. He acquired great influence over the Indians, accompanying them on their hunting and fishing excursions. The English accused him of instigating savage forays on the New England frontiers, and a price was set upon his head. They burned his mission church in 1705. It was rebuilt, and in 1722 Rale's cabin and church were plundered by New England soldiers, who carried away his Dictionary of the Abenake language, which is preserved in manuscript in the library of Harvard University. It has been printed (1833) by the Academy of Arts and Sciences. On Aug. 12, 1724, Father Rale was shot at the mission cross, Norridgewock, Me., by some New-Englanders with a number of Indians. In August, 1833, Bishop Fenwick (R. C.) erected a monument to his memory.
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