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Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Francis Parkman

Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Francis Parkman
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INDEX OF THE PROJECT GUTENBERG
WORKS OF
FRANCIS PARKMAN

Compiled by David Widger


CONTENTS

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##  THE CONSPIRACY OF PONTIAC
##  PART 1, FRANCE AND ENGLAND IN NORTH AMERICA SERIES
PIONEERS OF FRANCE IN THE NEW WORLD
##  PART 2, FRANCE AND ENGLAND IN NORTH AMERICA SERIES
THE JESUITS IN NORTH AMERICA IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
##  PART 3, FRANCE AND ENGLAND IN NORTH AMERICA SERIES
LA SALLE AND THE DISCOVERY OF THE GREAT WEST
##  PART 4, FRANCE AND ENGLAND IN NORTH AMERICA SERIES
THE OLD REGIME IN CANADA
##  PART 5, FRANCE AND ENGLAND IN NORTH AMERICA SERIES
COUNT FRONTENAC AND NEW FRANCE UNDER LOUIS XIV
##  PART 6, V1 FRANCE AND ENGLAND IN NORTH AMERICA SERIES
HALF-CENTURY OF CONFLICT, VOLUME ONE (OF TWO)
##  PART 6, V2 FRANCE AND ENGLAND IN NORTH AMERICA SERIES
A HALF-CENTURY OF CONFLICT, VOL II. (of II)
##  PART 7, FRANCE AND ENGLAND IN NORTH AMERICA SERIES
MONTCALM AND WOLFE
##  HISTORIC HANDBOOK OF THE NORTHERN TOUR
##  THE OREGON TRAIL
##  VASSALL MORTON
##  THE BOOK OF ROSES

TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES


THE CONSPIRACY OF PONTIAC AND THE INDIAN WAR
AFTER THE CONQUEST OF CANADA

Volume. I.

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I.
Introductory.—Indian Tribes East of the Mississippi.
General Characteristics.—Tribal Divisions.—Mode of Government.—Social Harmony.—The Totem.—Classification of Tribes.—The Iroquois.—Their Position and Character.—Their Political Organization.—Traditions of their Confederacy.—Their Myths and Legends.—Their Eloquence and Sagacity.—Arts.—Agriculture.—Their Dwellings, Villages, and Forts.—Their Winter Life.—The War Path.—Festivals and Pastimes.—Pride of the Iroquois.—The Hurons or Wyandots.—Their Customs and Character.—Their Dispersion.—The Neutral Nation. Its Fate.—The Eries and Andastes.—Triumphs of the Confederacy.—The Adoption of Prisoners.—The Tuscaroras.—Superiority of the Iroquois Race.—The Algonquins.—The Lenni Lenape.—Their changing Fortunes.—The Shawanoes.—The Miamis and the Illinois.—The Ojibwas, Pottawattamies, and Ottawas.—The Sacs and Foxes.—The Menomonies and Knisteneaux.—Customs of the Northern Algonquins.—Their Summer and Winter Life.—Legends of the Algonquins.—Religious Faith of the Indians.—The Indian Character.—Its Inconsistencies.—Its Ruling Passions.—Pride.—Hero-worship.—Coldness, Jealousy, Suspicion.—Self-control.—Intellectual Traits.—Inflexibility.—Generous Qualities. 15
CHAPTER II.
1663-1763.
France and England in America.
Contrast of French and English Colonies.—Feudalism in Canada.—Priests and Monks.—Puritanism and Democracy in New England.—French Life in Canada.—Military Strength of Canada.—Religious Zeal.—Missions.—The Jesuits.—Brebeuf and Lallemant.—Martyrdom of Jogues.—Results of the Missions.—French Explorers.—La Salle.—His Plan of Discovery.—His Sufferings.—His Heroism.—He
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