BOOK CONTENTS

Book Name
COUNT FRONTENAC AND NEW FRANCE UNDER LOUIS XIV
Book Author
FRANCIS PARKMAN
Book Image

Niagara Primevil before Hydro-Electric water diversion
Contents
CC Preface
CHAPTER 01
CHAPTER 02
CHAPTER 03
CHAPTER 04
CHAPTER 05
CHAPTER 06
CHAPTER 07
CHAPTER 08
CHAPTER 09
CHAPTER 10
CHAPTER 11
CHAPTER 12
CHAPTER 13
CHAPTER 14
CHAPTER 15
CHAPTER 16
CHAPTER 17
CHAPTER 18
CHAPTER 19
CHAPTER 20
D APPENDIX
 

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"Hit the line hard and do not foul"  was not the motto of the victors in this book. Perhaps Theodore Roosevelt confirmed the validity of this motto by reading the adverse historical results of those that believed they were justified in making false statements and bearing false witness against Count Frontenac to have him replaced as Canada's governor. La Salle most likely would have been successful in his attempt to have the Iroquois Indians end the war with the Illinois Indians. The absence of this accomplishment of peace set a larger war in progress because the recall of Frontenac ended La Salle’s proposed peace between the two tribes (see La Salle and  the Discovery of the Great West)