2 edition of A legend of Goat island, ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin found in the catalog.
|Statement||who visited Niagara in 1678|
|Contributions||Porter, Cabell Breckinridge, 1881- illus|
|LC Classifications||PS2649.P477 L4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||00006059|
The New York Public Library has George Bancroft's personal copy of Hennepin's book in their Rare Book Room, and the eminent nineteenth-century . Two Niagara Falls prints - American Falls from Goat Island and Horseshoe Falls from Goat Island American Falls from Goat Island and Horseshoe Falls from Goat Island. [Louis Armand de Lom d'Arce], [La Hontan] Baron de [ - ] & HENNEPIN, Father R. P. Louis [ ?] The Hague. Publisher: The Hague Date Published: Binding.
And although they are famous now, they've been well known, even outside of North America, since the late 17th century, when Father Louis Hennepin, a French explorer, first witnessed them. He wrote about his travels in A New Discovery of a Vast Country in America (). “Go therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.”—Mt. like the photo above from Goat Island. Franciscan Fr. Louis Hennepin is credited with bringing word of the “Falls” to the outside world. Check out a short The Children’s Book of SAINTS.
The book has some excellent Middle Bass anecdotes. Go to the Publisher's Ad.) Hardesty, H. H. Illustrated Historical Atlas of Ottawa County, Ohio. H. H. Hardesty (). Island text included in Item 2 above. Maps not included: Hatcher, Harlan. Lake Erie. Bobb-Merrill (). Hennepin, Father Louis. The beautiful wood on Goat Island is full of flowers; many of the fairest love to do homage here. The Wake Robin and May Apple are in bloom now; the former, white, pink, green, purple, copying the rainbow of the fall, and fit to make a garland for its presiding deity when he walks the land, for they are of imperial size, and shaped like stones.
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A legend of Goat Island [microform]: ascribed to Father Louis Hennipin, who visited Niagara in /5(2). A legend of Goat island, ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin, Contributor Names Porter, Peter A.
(Peter Augustus), Porter, Cabell Breckinridge, Created / Published Niagara Falls, N.Y. A legend of Goat island, ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin by Porter, Peter A. (Peter Augustus), ; Porter, Cabell Breckinridge, [from old catalog] illusPages: Peter A.
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A legend of Goat Island: ascribed to Father Louis Hennipin, who visited Niagara in [Peter A Porter; Louis Hennepin]. A LEGEND OF GOAT ISLAND. Ascribed to FATHER LOUIS HENNEPIN, who visited Niagara in BY PETER A. PORTER Sketches by C.
BRECKINRIDGE PORTER THE GAZETTE PRESS, NIAGARA FALLS, N. COPYRIGHT BY PETER A. PORTER A legend of Goat Island [microform]: ascribed to Father Louis Hennipin, who visited Niagara in by Porter, Peter A.
(Peter Augustus), ; Hennepin, Louis, ca. Pages: Ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin, who visited Niagara in “The Island, which divides Niagara’s tumultuous tides, At the brink of the mighty Fall.” Sketch by C.
Breckinridge Porter. A legend of Goat island, ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin, who visited Niagara in Author: Peter A. (Peter Augustus) Porter.
The first authentic historical reference to Grand Island is found in Father Louis Hennepin's book Nouvelle Decouverte published in He describes the sailing of the Griffon up the Niagara River to its first anchorage between Grand Island and Squaw Island.
He refers to "d'une grande Isle." The French called the island La Grande Isle. A legend of Goat Island, ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin, who visited Niagara in Save A Letter to the Right Honourable Earl Grey on the Subjects of transportation and emigration: as connected with an Imperial railway communication between the Atlantic and Pacific.
A Legend of Goat Island, Ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin. by Peter A. (peter Augustus) Porter. A legend of Goat island, ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin, Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available Also available in digital form.
Contributor: Porter, Peter A. (Peter Augustus) - Porter, Cabell Breckinridge Date: Ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin, who visited Niagara in “The Island, which divides Niagara’s tumultuous tides, At the brink of the mighty Fall.” Sketch by C.
Breckinridge Porter, It is told in Indian story, Dim tradition of the race, How, to God’s eternal glory, And through His all-saving grace, Many a warrior’s heart was stirred.
Several decades after Champlain’s map was created, a missionary named Father Louis Hennepin would create the first printed description of the falls. Inhe published a book that was originally comprised as his journal.
Carleton Island in the Revolution [microform]: the old fort and its builders: with notes and brief bio Goat Island [microform] / by Peter A. Porter; A legend of Goat Island [microform]: ascribed to Father Louis Hennipin, who visited Niagara in / b. Father Hennepin is said to have been the first to spell the word in the modern way: and it appears so far for the first time in cartography in Coronelli's map, published in Above the falls the river seems to have been considered part of Lake Erie.
A legend of Goat island, ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin, who visited Niagara in (Niagara Falls, N.Y., The Gazette press, ), by Peter A. Porter (page images at HathiTrust). A Legend of Goat Island, Ascribed to Father Louis Hennepin. Peter a (Peter Augustus) Porter. With what gusto does Father Hennepin Father Louis Hennepin () was a Roman Catholic priest and a missionary before he became an explorer of the North American interior.
describe "this great downfall of water," "this vast and prodigious cadence of water, which falls down after a surprising and astonishing manner, insomuch that the.
John Gilmary Shea, A Description of Louisiana by Father Louis Hennepin (New York, ), p. John Grew, Journal of a Tour from Boston to Niagara Falls and Quebec (), pp. “Falls of Niagara,” The Supporter (Chillicothe, Ohio), December 3, HENNEPIN, Father Louis. New Discovery of a Vast Country in America.
Chicago: A.C. McClurg, Two volumes. Square octavo, mid 20th-century three-quarter blue morocco, elaborately gilt-decorated spines, raised bands, marbled boards and endpapers, top edges gilt, uncut and partially unopened.
Boland & Cafferty Family History Update The funny thing about family legends is by the time they are passed down a few generations, the information becomes a little tangled and until you can substantiate the legend with proven fact, we can never really be certain of its : Patricia Marie.