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Father Jacques Marquette

Jesuit Missionary

by Carole Marsh

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Published by Gallopade International .
Written in English


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Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL7624394M
ISBN 100635015145
ISBN 109780635015143
OCLC/WorldCa56611955


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Jacques Marquette is the author of Father Marquette's Journal ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ), Father Jacques Marquette book Jesuit Relations and Allied Doc Home My Books/5. Father Jacques Marquette book Marquette, French Jesuit missionary explorer who, with Louis Jolliet, travelled down the Mississippi River and reported the first accurate data on its course.

Marquette arrived in Quebec in After a study Father Jacques Marquette book Indian languages, he assisted in founding a mission at Sault Ste. Marie (now. Father Jacques Marquette: About Marquette's Journal The text of Marquette's journal presented in this publication is based on a translation of the Relations from The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents by Reuben G.

Thwaites, published in   Wherever they came upon an Indian encampment, Father Marquette preached the gospel of Jesus Christ. “I know not whether they understood what I told them but it is a seed cast in the earth, which must bear its fruit in season,” he wrote in his diary.

“Explorers of the Mississippi,” The Book of Knowledge ; Further Investigation. Jacques Marquette Occupation Missionary Father Jacques Marquette book Date June 1, Death Date Place of Birth Laon, France Place of Death St.

Ignace, Michigan AKA Père Marquette Father Marquette James Born:   Jacques Marquette was a French Jesuit missionary who founded the first settlement in Michigan and became one of the first people to explore the northern portion of the Mississippi River.

Marquette accomplished much in his short life and his name still remains on the history books that are studied by many students. Jacques Marquette, SJ () Father Jacques Marquette, Jesuit missionary and discoverer of the Mississippi, was born in Laon, France, in At the age of seventeen he entered the Jesuits and after years of study and teaching, he was Father Jacques Marquette book in to labor among the Indian missions in Canada.

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Jacques Marquette, French Jesuit missionary and explorer, was born in Laon, France, on June 1, After years of preparatory study and teaching, he arrived in Quebec in Father Jacques Marquette book, studied Indian language and culture, and was sent in to Sault Ste. Marie, a mission among the Ottawa Indians, and to La Pointe de St.

Esprit. While he was at St. Ignace on Mackinac Island in Decemberan old. Those of us who grew up near the shores of Lake Michigan have always known about Father Jacques Marquette. Tales of the French-born Jesuit priest’s exploits as a missionary and explorer in the 17 th -century Great Lakes frontier were a regular part of our elementary school history curriculum, and his name remains a common feature on our modern cultural landscape.

The Journal of Père Jacques Marquette. Texts to read from Marquette's Journal: { English Version } { French Version }. Father Jacques Marquette was among the leading French explorers in the New World. On behalf of France, Father Marquette and Louis Jolliet explored and mapped the Mississippi Valley, documenting its rivers and peoples.

Today, visitors to Father Marquette National Memorial in St. Ignace, Michigan can learn about the life of this remarkable priest. Father Marquette's Journal - Exploring the Mississippi River for New France, Paperback – January 1, by Father Jacques Marquette (Author)Author: Father Jacques Marquette.

Its author, Father Raphael Hamilton, S.J., wrote several books and articles on the French explorers of North America, and was recognized as an expert on the life of Father Jacques Marquette, S.J. Father Hamilton was the Departmental Director of History at Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and before his death in was appointed Professor Emeritus of History and Archivist for Marquette 5/5(1).

In Father Jacques Marquette brought his refugee band of Huron Indians to the secluded safety of Mackinac Island. For the next 95 years Jesuit missionaries exhibited an unrelenting zeal to take the word of God to the Native and European people of the Straits of Mackinac region.

Brown, Edward Osgood. This is an extraordinary account of the life, trials and explorations of Father Jacques Marquette in North America. Jacques Marquette was born in France in and grew up with a fascination for becoming a Jesuit Father. He desired to travel to the “New World” to explore, convert and baptize the Native Americans who had no knowledge of Christianity.

The most popular story about Father Jacques Marquette is that he discovered the Mississippi River. Paintings and monuments reinforce the myth of the Jesuit scholar traveling into unknown territory and discovering North America's greatest river for European civilization.

This entire timeline, except events happening after and with historical photos, is included in the book My Marquette. - Jacques Marquette born, Laon, France. - Father Jacques Marquette, Jesuit Missionary, holds a large Mass on the shore of Lake Superior, reputedly close to where the city of Marquette would one day be built.

The two explorers were an unlikely pair. Father Jacques Marquette was a studious Jesuit two weeks shy of his 36th birthday. His partner, Louis Joliet was a year-old philosophy student who had become a fur trader. In two canoes paddled by five voyageurs, Marquette and Joliet left St. Ignace, at the head of Lake Michigan, on A great biography of Jesuit and explorer, Father Jacques Marquette.

The author takes the reader along a fascinating expedition down the Mississippi, calling upon well researched source documents. MARQUETTE, JACQUES, Jesuit, missionary; b.

at Laon, France, on 10 June ; d. in the territory of the Illinois Indians, near the present day Luddington, Michigan, 18 May The son of Nicolas Marquette, seigneur of Tombelles and councillor of Laon, and of his second wife, Rose de La Salle, Jacques Marquette descended from two distinguished families of warriors and officials, his father.

Father Jacques Marquette S.J. (June 1, – ), [1] sometimes known as Père Marquette or James (Jim) Marquette, [2] was a French Jesuit missionary who founded Michigan's first European settlement, Sault Ste.

Marie, and later founded St. Ignace, Father Marquette and Louis Jolliet were the first Europeans to explore and map the northern portion of the Mississippi. Jacques Marquette. Jacques Marquette () was a French Jesuit, missionary, and explorer who followed the Illinois and Mississippi rivers on a journey of discovery.

Jacques Marquette was the son of a seigneur of Laon. In he entered the Jesuit novitiate at Nancy, went on to teaching, and began theological studies in Father Jacques Marquette, A lesson plan related to this material on the.

Wisconsin Historical Society website. Letter (14 pages) “Of the first Voyage made by Father Marquette toward new Mexico, and How the idea thereof was conceived.” Primary Source Document: "Jacques Marquette's Journal of " The Jesuit relations and allied.

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ISBN (). Get this from a library. The life and times of Father Jacques Marquette. [Susan Sales Harkins; William H Harkins] -- It's hard to imagine a more unlikely explorer than Father Jacques Marquette, yet his gentle and compassionate nature made him the perfect ambassador.

He has meditated long and deeply on the life and work of Father Jacques Marquette, SJ (), and offers these creative reminiscences as an imaginative reconstruction of Père Marquette’s thoughts and prayers in twenty-two settings of his missions and explorations.

The Legend of the Piasa Bird Madison County ILGenWeb Coordinator - Beverly Bauser As Father Jacques Marquette, a Jesuit missionary, and Louis Joliet, a fur trader, paddled down the Mississippi River near the future site of Alton inthey came across.

Reader #—Father Jacques Marquette: Father Jacques Marquette was a man of God and New France. He not only established a mission, he also participated in a daring expedition down the Mississippi River.

His findings informed the French about the region of the Mississippi River. A jack of many trades Ð Father Jacques Marquette. Père (Father) Jacques de Jésus, O.C.D., ( – 2 June ) was a French Roman Catholic priest and Discalced Carmelite serving as headmaster of a boarding school run by his Order, he took in several Jewish refugees to protect them from the Nazi government of occupation, for which he was arrested and imprisoned in various Nazi concentration camps.

That's what Father Jacques Marquette and his companion explorer Louis Jolliet hoped to discover in It's hard to imagine a more unlikely explorer and hero than Father Jacques Marquette, yet his gentle and compassionate nature made him the perfect ambassador to the friendly native peoples they met along the banks of the great Mississippi River.

Father Marquette National Memorial pays tribute to the life and work of Jacques Marquette, French priest and explorer.

The memorial is located in Straits State Park near St. Ignace in the modern-day U.S. state of Michigan, where he founded a Jesuit mission in and was buried in The associated Father Marquette Museum building was destroyed in a fire on March 9, Location: St. Ignace, Michigan, USA.

(top) Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet traveled the Mississippi River in (above left) Lead mining by Indians in the southwest part of the state was first noticed by the French inand became a driving force for white settlement in the area during the s.

(above right)File Size: 2MB. In the entry for St. Ignace, photographs of pertinent art work from outside the area accompany historical information about Father Jacques Marquette. Chicago and Battle Creek are also described in glowing terms, and one entry is devoted to the English fur trader, Alexander Henry.

- InFather Jacques Marquette joined the expedition of Louis Jolliet, a French-Canadian explorer. They departed from St. Ignace, Michigan on with two canoes and five voyageurs of French-Indian ancestry (Métis).

They followed Lake Michigan to Green Bay and up the Fox River, nearly to its headwaters. Marquette was one of the first Eurpeans to travel the area and 28 pins.

Such is the life of pdf statue. In this case, a monument to Pere (Father) Jacques Marquette, 17th-century Pdf missionary and explorer of New France. Molded from bronze in Florence, Italy init stands in the little park below Fort Mackinac that over the years has become Mackinac Island’s front lawn.

The statue is a true landmark .The story of the long and dangerous journey of Marquette and Jolliet is one of download pdf most interesting chapters in the history of the exploration of the New World. Marquette was born on June 1,in Laon, France. He was the sixth and youngest child of Nicolas and Rose Marquette.

The family had been prominent in Laon from the 14th century. A few days after Easter [, Ebook Marquette] left the [Illinois] village [of Ebook, escorted by a crowd of Indians, who followed him as far as Lake Michigan.

Here he embarked with his two companions. Their destination was Michilimackinac, and their course lay along the eastern borders of the lake. As, in the freshness of [ ].