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Francis Parkman

 MISCOU. - TADOUSSAC. - JOURNEYS OF DE QUEN. - DRUILLETES. - 
 HIS WINTER WITH THE MONTAGNAIS. - INFLUENCE OF THE MISSIONS. - 
 THE ABENAQUIS. - DRUILLETES ON THE KENNEBEC. - HIS EMBASSY TO BOSTON. - 
 GIBBONS. - DUDLEY. - BRADFORD. - ELIOT. - ENDICOTT. - 

 THE HURON MISSION-HOUSE. - ITS INMATES. - ITS FURNITURE. - ITS GUESTS. - 
 THE JESUIT AS A TEACHER. - AS AN ENGINEER. - BAPTISMS. - 
 HURON VILLAGE LIFE. - FESTIVITIES AND SORCERIES. - THE DREAM FEAST. - 
 THE PRIESTS ACCUSED OF MAGIC. - THE DROUGHT AND THE RED CROSS.

 INDIAN INFATUATION. - IROQUOIS AND HURON. - HURON TRIUMPHS. - 
 THE CAPTIVE IROQUOIS. - HIS FEROCITY AND FORTITUDE. - PARTISAN EXPLOITS. - 
 DIPLOMACY. - THE ANDASTES. - THE HURON EMBASSY. - NEW NEGOTIATIONS. - 
 THE IROQUOIS AMBASSADOR. - HIS SUICIDE. - IROQUOIS HONOR.

 HURON GRAVES. - PREPARATION FOR THE CEREMONY. - DISINTERMENT. - 
 THE MOURNING. - THE FUNERAL MARCH. - THE GREAT SEPULCHRE. - 
 FUNERAL GAMES. - ENCAMPMENT OF THE MOURNERS. - GIFTS. - HARANGUES. - 
 FRENZY OF THE CROWD. - THE CLOSING SCENE. - ANOTHER RITE. - 
 THE CAPTIVE IROQUOIS. - THE SACRIFICE.

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