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DESCOTES MICHEL, JORDY JEAN et LANGLADE GERARD

Published by BERTRAND-LACOSTE (1993)

ISBN 10: 2735207668 ISBN 13: 9782735207664

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Item Description: BERTRAND-LACOSTE, 1993. broché. Book Condition: bon état. séquences et modules au lycée, in-8 188 p. Bookseller Inventory # 52794

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Descotes, Michel - Jordy, Jean - Langlade, Gérard

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Item Description: Editions Bertrand-Lacoste, 1996 coll. Parcours didactiques - In-8° broché, couv. cart., 190 pp., bon état. Bookseller Inventory # 2942

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Alexander Henry

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 Excerpt: .Antoine, 212 Lambert, Etienne, 212 Lambert, Jean Baptiste, 212, 214, 232, 233, 244, 249, 275, 276, 441. 583 Lambert, Joseph, 212, 242 Lambert, Mr., 212 Lambert, Pierre, 212 La Mothe, La Motte, Lamotte, clerk X. Y. Co., who killed Mr. King in 18o1, 214 La Mothe, Germain, voy. N. W. Co., Nepigon, 18o4 Lamoureux, 629 Lamoureux, L Amoureux, Jean Baptiste, 629 lampers, 154 Lamsoi, 893, 895, 9o9 Landreaux, Mr., clerk N. W. Co., at capture of Fort William by Lord Selkirk, Aug. 13th, 1816 Landreville, 782 Landriau, given as at capture of Fort William, see Landreaux Landrie, 862, at Astoria Landrie, Francois, 868, 869, 886, 9o4 Landrie, Joseph, 87o, 872, at Astoria Landrie, Louis, 862 Landry, Francois, 667, 862, 887, and see Landrie, F. Landry, Joseph, 872, at Astoria Landry, Joseph, ait Cadien, 862 Landry, Nicolas, 862 Land s Height p., 11 Lane, N. Dak., 41o Lange, Joseph, voy. N. W. Co., Lake Winnipeg, 18o4 Langevin, Denis, voy. N. W. Co., Nepigon, 18o4 Langie, Francois, voy. N. W. Co., Upper Red r., 18o4 Langlade, Augustin Mouet de Moras, Sieur de, b. Trois Rivieres, Canada, Sept., 17o3; formed trading Compagnie des Sioux 1727, and about that time went to Michili-mackinac; married Domitilde, widow of Daniel Villeneuve and sister of head chf. of the Ottawas; went with his son Charles Michel de Langlade (b. May, 1729), about 1745 to Green Bay; is of record at Michilimackinac to 1763; after the war continued in trade at BaieVerte; d. about 1777 Langlade, Charles, son of C. M. Langlade and an Ottawa; settled at Baie Verte, later at Michilimackinac, and took part in the capture of the lat-ter under Roberts in 1812; married an Ottawa; had sons Charles 3d and Louis, and two daughters Langlade, Charles Michel de, b. at Michilimackinac May, 1729 (baptise. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781231216491

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Alexander Henry

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Item Description: RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 44 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.1in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 Excerpt: . . . Antoine, 212 Lambert, Etienne, 212 Lambert, Jean Baptiste, 212, 214, 232, 233, 244, 249, 275, 276, 441. 583 Lambert, Joseph, 212, 242 Lambert, Mr. , 212 Lambert, Pierre, 212 La Mothe, La Motte, Lamotte, , clerk X. Y. Co. , who killed Mr. King in 18o1, 214 La Mothe, Germain, voy. N. W. Co. , Nepigon, 18o4 Lamoureux, , 629 Lamoureux, LAmoureux, Jean Baptiste, 629 lampers, 154 Lamsoi, 893, 895, 9o9 Landreaux, Mr. , clerk N. W. Co. , at capture of Fort William by Lord Selkirk, Aug. 13th, 1816 Landreville, , 782 Landriau, , given as at capture of Fort William, see Landreaux Landrie, , 862, at Astoria Landrie, Francois, 868, 869, 886, 9o4 Landrie, Joseph, 87o, 872, at Astoria Landrie, Louis, 862 Landry, Francois, 667, 862, 887, and see Landrie, F. Landry, Joseph, 872, at Astoria Landry, Joseph, ait Cadien, 862 Landry, Nicolas, 862 Lands Height p. , 11 Lane, N. Dak. , 41o Lange, Joseph, voy. N. W. Co. , Lake Winnipeg, 18o4 Langevin, Denis, voy. N. W. Co. , Nepigon, 18o4 Langie, Francois, voy. N. W. Co. , Upper Red r. , 18o4 Langlade, Augustin Mouet de Moras, Sieur de, b. Trois Rivieres, Canada, Sept. , 17o3; formed trading Compagnie des Sioux 1727, and about that time went to Michili-mackinac; married Domitilde, widow of Daniel Villeneuve and sister of head chf. of the Ottawas; went with his son Charles Michel de Langlade (b. May, 1729), about 1745 to Green Bay; is of record at Michilimackinac to 1763; after the war continued in trade at BaieVerte; d. about 1777 Langlade, Charles, son of C. M. Langlade and an Ottawa; settled at Baie Verte, later at Michilimackinac, and took part in the capture of the lat-ter under Roberts in 1812; married an Ottawa; had sons Charles 3d and Louis, and two daughters Langlade, Charles Michel de, b. at Michilimackinac May, 1729 (baptise. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781231216491

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Alexander Henry

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Item Description: Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 Excerpt: .Antoine, 212 Lambert, Etienne, 212 Lambert, Jean Baptiste, 212, 214, 232, 233, 244, 249, 275, 276, 441. 583 Lambert, Joseph, 212, 242 Lambert, Mr., 212 Lambert, Pierre, 212 La Mothe, La Motte, Lamotte, clerk X. Y. Co., who killed Mr. King in 18o1, 214 La Mothe, Germain, voy. N. W. Co., Nepigon, 18o4 Lamoureux, 629 Lamoureux, L Amoureux, Jean Baptiste, 629 lampers, 154 Lamsoi, 893, 895, 9o9 Landreaux, Mr., clerk N. W. Co., at capture of Fort William by Lord Selkirk, Aug. 13th, 1816 Landreville, 782 Landriau, given as at capture of Fort William, see Landreaux Landrie, 862, at Astoria Landrie, Francois, 868, 869, 886, 9o4 Landrie, Joseph, 87o, 872, at Astoria Landrie, Louis, 862 Landry, Francois, 667, 862, 887, and see Landrie, F. Landry, Joseph, 872, at Astoria Landry, Joseph, ait Cadien, 862 Landry, Nicolas, 862 Land s Height p., 11 Lane, N. Dak., 41o Lange, Joseph, voy. N. W. Co., Lake Winnipeg, 18o4 Langevin, Denis, voy. N. W. Co., Nepigon, 18o4 Langie, Francois, voy. N. W. Co., Upper Red r., 18o4 Langlade, Augustin Mouet de Moras, Sieur de, b. Trois Rivieres, Canada, Sept., 17o3; formed trading Compagnie des Sioux 1727, and about that time went to Michili-mackinac; married Domitilde, widow of Daniel Villeneuve and sister of head chf. of the Ottawas; went with his son Charles Michel de Langlade (b. May, 1729), about 1745 to Green Bay; is of record at Michilimackinac to 1763; after the war continued in trade at BaieVerte; d. about 1777 Langlade, Charles, son of C. M. Langlade and an Ottawa; settled at Baie Verte, later at Michilimackinac, and took part in the capture of the lat-ter under Roberts in 1812; married an Ottawa; had sons Charles 3d and Louis, and two daughters Langlade, Charles Michel de, b. at Michilimackinac May, 1729 (baptise. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781231216491

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BRÈS (Eveline et Yvan)

Published by Préface de Jean-Michel Palmier. 1994, in-8°, 186pp, illustrations h-t, index. (1994)

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Item Description: Préface de Jean-Michel Palmier. 1994, in-8°, 186pp, illustrations h-t, index., 1994. in-8°, 186pp, illustrations h-t, index. Carl Heil, réalisateur radiophonique de pièces de Brecht, Benjamin et Schiller, s?exila en 1933 et devint en 1937 spiqueur allemand de la radiodiffusion française pour y assurer en allemand des émission antinazies. Interné en 1940 à Langlade par les autorités françaises comme ?citoyen ennemi?, il est arrêté en 1943 et envoyé à Buchenwald, dont il réchappera pour, après guerre réintégrer la radio française. Bookseller Inventory # 23083

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Item Description: 1987. soft. Book Condition: Bon état. DIRECTION FINANCIERE - DEPART EN RETRAITE DE M. GUY CHASSAIGNON - DIRECTION DU PERSONNEL - AU DEPARTEMENT DE LA SECURITE SOCIALE ET DES SERVICES MEDICAUX ET SOCIAUX DEPART EN RETRAITE DE M. LE DOCTEUR LANGLADE A CHATELLERAULT PAR MICHEL FLEURISSON. - Genre : Revue. Bookseller Inventory # 418467-773

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Item Description: 2008. soft. Book Condition: Bon état. TOURS-BORDEAUX - FUTURE LGV LES ELUS HAUSSENT LE TON - NOUVEAU TEST SOCIAL POUR LE GOUVERNEMENT - FONCTION PUBLIQUE - LES ENSEIGNANTS SONT APPELES A LA GREVE AUJOURD'HUI COMME L'ENSEMBLE DES FONCTIONNAIRES - IL DENONCENT LES MILLIERS DE SUPPRESSIONS DE POSTES PREVUES L'AN PROCHAIN - LE SERVICE MINIMUM D'ACCUEIL DANS LES ECOLES EST TESTE POUR LA DEUXIEME FOIS - MAIS IL ETAIENT OU NOS DEPUTES - AU MOMENT FATIDIQUE DU REJET DE LA LOI SUR LES OGM YVES FROMION CHER ETAIT EN COMMISSION DE LA DEFENSE ET NICOLAS FORISSIER INDRE EN COMMISSION DES FINANCES - CLAUDE GREFF DEPUTEE D'INDRE-ET-LOIRE A COURU EN VAIN POUR ARRIVER A TEMPS - EN REVANCHE LOUIS COSYNS CHER MICHEL LEZEAU ET PHILIPPE BRIAND AINSI QUE JEAN-MARIE MORISSET DEUX-SEVRES ETAIENT PRESENTS DANS L'HEMICYCLE - EDITORIAL PAR HERVE CANNET - STANDING OVATION - MONNAIE - UN ADOLESCENT FRAPPE PAR UN ADULTE ALORS QU'IL CIRCULAIT A MINI-MOTO - EXCEDE PAR LE PASSAGE DE JEUNE CYCLOMOTORISTES SUR UNE CHEMIN COMMUNAL L'HOMME S'EN EST PRIS A UN JEUNE DE 17 ANS - LA FAMILLE A PORTE PLAINTE - AMBOISE - PLUS DE HUIT CENTS PETITIONS REMISES PAR LA PCPE AU PROVISEUR DU VINCI - TOURS-PARIS - PROVOCATION A LA DISCRIMINATION RACIALE - L'ANCIEN PREFET REJUGE EN APPEL - CONDAMNE EN SEPTEMBRE 2007 POUR SES PROPOS SUR LES GENS DU VOYAGE PAUL GIROT LE LANGLADE S'EST DEFENDU HIER DEVANT LA COUR D'APPEL DE PARIS - TOURAINE EDF - C'EST LA SAISON DES COUPURES - CANDIDE - FIN DE PARCOURS - SOMMAIRE - LE FAIT DU JOUR - FAITS DE SOCIETE - AUCARD TOURS - AGGLOMERATION TOURANGELLE - AMBOISE - LOCHES - AVIS D'OBSEQUES - SPORTS INDRE-ET-LOIRE - SPORTS GENERAUX - COURSES HIPPIQUES - FRANCE POLITIQUE - FRANCE SOCIETE - MONDE - TELEVISION - DIALOGUE - METEO - Genre : Revue. Bookseller Inventory # 751911-773

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Le jardin des arts 203

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Item Description: 1971. Pas de couverture. Book Condition: bon. In-12. RO10020608: Revue mensuelle de 88 pages. Texte sur deux colonnes illustré de nombreuses reproductions photographiques en noir et blanc dans et hors le texte, et de quelques hors-texte en couleurs. Couverture illustrée d'une photographie couleurs de "Femme lisant', détail, Vermeer. Sommaire : Les voies secrètes de la peinture, 2 (dossier : Jean Van Eyck, Memling, Holbein, Vermeer, Vuillard). New-York supllante Paris par Claude Poliakoff. Le centre des villes par Michel Rgon. Présepolis par Nadine Saidenberg. Polozzi par Claude Bouyeure. Fernand Léger racaonté par Jean Bazine. Borduas et la peinture québécoise par Sylvie de Langlade. Le design, mode ou nécessité par Cyril Benois. Le professeur d'art plastique par Pierre Ivan Manuel. Picasso ? Voici ce qu'ils pensent. Au Musée des Plans Relief par Daniel Bernet. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 700-LES ARTS. Bookseller Inventory # RO10020608

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Le jardin des arts 209

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Item Description: 1972. Pas de couverture. Book Condition: bon. In-12. RO10020614: Revue mensuelle de 88 pages. Texte sur deux colonnes illustré de nombreuses reproductions photographiques en noir et blanc dans et hors le texte, et de quelques hors-texte en couleurs. Couverture illustrée d'une photographie couleurs d'n portrait de Bazaine dans son atelier devant sa dernière toile. Sommaire : Les voies secrètes de la peinture, 8 (dossier : Caravage, Ribera, De La Tour, Géricault, Courbet, Léger). L'objet et ses métamorphoses par Marielle Ernould-Gandouet. L'ordinateur au secours de l'architecture par Liliane Blum-Touraine. Olivier Debré par Catherine Marceau. L'art de la Cour : France et Angleterre par JOseph Martin. Bazaine au-delà de Bzaine par Claude Bouyeure. Mark Rothko : une expérience mystique par Janine Warnod. Louis Fernandez : de l'abstraction à la figuration par Sylvie de Langlade. Iris Clert ou l'autocontestation par Daniel Marchesseau. Au Louvre : dessins d'architecture du XVème au XIXème siècles par Michel Ragon. Nouvelle présentation des sculptures romanes au musée des Augustins à Toulouse par Denis Milhau. Chef-d'oeuvre cisterien, l'abbaye de Flaran doit être préservée par H. Polge. Révélation de la Polynésie par Marcel Evrard. Blanquart-Evrad, le premier imprimeur photographe industriel par Jean. A. Keim. Gravures originales et reproductions par Michel Melot. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 700-LES ARTS. Bookseller Inventory # RO10020614

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Le jardin des arts 212

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Item Description: 1972. Pas de couverture. Book Condition: bon. In-12. RO10020617: Revue mensuelle de 88 pages. Texte sur deux colonnes illustré de nombreuses reproductions photographiques en noir et blanc dans et hors le texte, et de quelques hors-texte en couleurs. Couverture illustrée d'une photographie couleurs de plusieurs reproductions. Sommaire : Demain naît à Kassel par Claude Bouyeure. L'art et l'argent par Liliane Blum-Touraine. Ces rêveurs méconnus, les peintres symbolistes français par Jeanine Warnod. English posters des années 80 par Marielle Ernould-Gandouet. Pierre Soulages, peintre opérationnel par Michel Ragon. Le mythe La Tour par Pierre Mazars. L'orfèvrerie ancienne par Sylvie de Langlade. De Fragonard à Delacroix, le dessin néo-classique par ARlette Serullaz. Nicolas de Staël par Daniel Marchesseau. Pour un Louvre idéal parMichel Laclotte (dossier). Marionnette qui es-tu ? par Monique Noël. Les sculptures de Port-Barcarès par Chantal Brunner. La photographie entre au musée par Jean Dieuzaide. Voici les mystérieux Olmèques par Mireille Simoni-Abbat. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 700-LES ARTS. Bookseller Inventory # RO10020617

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Le jardin des arts 214

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Item Description: 1972. Pas de couverture. Book Condition: bon. In-12. RO10020619: Revue mensuelle de 88 pages. Texte sur deux colonnes illustré de nombreuses reproductions photographiques en noir et blanc dans et hors le texte, et de quelques hors-texte en couleurs. Couverture illustrée d'une photographie couleurs de "La Fille de l'air" de Topor, 1970. Sommaire : Les voies secrètes de la peinture, 11 (dossier : Le Lorrain, Turner, Bonington, Monet, Seurat, Marquet). Mexique terre d'avanir par M. Ragon et Juarez J. A la conquête de l'imaginaire par Ariel Ginsbourg. Riopelle : ficelles et autres jeux par Claude Bouyeure. La grande avnture du livre par Jean- Dominique Rey. Automobiles et art nègre par Sylvie de Langlade. Panique par Fabienne Deval. Cinéma : années 0 par Catherine Berger. Trente ans de destructions et de restaurations à Paris par Yvan Christ. L'estampe américaine aujourd'hui par Michel Melot. Bon état. Couv. convenable. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 700-LES ARTS. Bookseller Inventory # RO10020619

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Lawson, Publius V. Publius Virgilius

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Item Description: Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Hardcover reprint of the original 1904 edition - beautifully bound in brown cloth covers featuring titles stamped in gold, 8vo - 6x9". No adjustments have been made to the original text, giving readers the full antiquarian experience. For quality purposes, all text and images are printed as black and white. This item is printed on demand. Book Information: Lawson, Publius V. Publius Virgilius. Bravest Of The Brave, Captain Charles De Langlade. Indiana: Repressed Publishing LLC, 2012. Original Publishing: Lawson, Publius V. Publius Virgilius. Bravest Of The Brave, Captain Charles De Langlade, . Menasha, Wis.: Press Of The G. Banta Pub. Co., 1904. Subject: Langlade, Charles Michel de, 1729-1800. new. Bookseller Inventory # RP924034661

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Published by Montpellier, 2008, (2008)

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Item Description: Montpellier, 2008, 2008. Couverture souple. Book Condition: Comme neuf. 1 volume grand in-8° br., 420 pages. Saint-Jean-de-Fos par S. Maluski - Le Compoix du diocèse de Lodève par Christian Pioch - Château de Lavagnac par Louis Langlade - Lodève lanufacture de draperies administratives et civiles de 1641 à 1941 par Michel Carrière - Les Saints Simoniens dans le Languedoc par Albert Sauzede - etc. Bookseller Inventory # 50529

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LANGLADE Emile

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Item Description: Paris, Albin Michel, 1925, 1925. In-8, demi-reliure toile à la Bradel, dos lisse, titre doré sur pièce, couverture conservée (plats), 336 pages, planches en noir. Bon état. Expédition (tarifs de La Poste en vigueur) : lettre ou colissimo. Bookseller Inventory # 14746

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Barnabas Cristobal

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Item Description: Betascript Publishing. Paperback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., Charles Michel De Langlade, Barnabas Cristobal. Bookseller Inventory # B9786136975207

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Langlade Emile

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Item Description: Albin Michel 0. Relié. In-8 (21.5x14 cm), relié demi-veau, dos à décor doré, tranche supérieure dorée, 336 pages, hors texte en noir ; petits défauts à la reliure, assez bon état. Bookseller Inventory # nb408

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Emile Langlade

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Item Description: Albin Michel. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Assez bon. Très bel ouvrage de bibliothèque. In-8, Demi chagrin, dos à décor doré, tranche supérieure dorée. Assez bon état en raison de frottement au dos marquant la dorure du titre, intérieur frais avec rousseurs éparses sur quelques pages). Non daté probablement vers les années 1910, 336 pages. Frontispice et illustrations en N&B hors texte. Bookseller Inventory # 10438

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LANGLADE (Émile)

Published by Albin Michel - mémoires histoiriques s.d. (vers 1920) (1920)

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Item Description: Albin Michel - mémoires histoiriques s.d. (vers 1920), 1920. Book Condition: TBE. Paris, cartonnage ; in-8, 336 pp. Très bon état sans rousseurs - demi-chagrinrdos a nerfs bien orné - TRÈS RARE. 1900. Bookseller Inventory # 201111597

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EMILE LANGLADE

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Item Description: Albin Michel, sans date. Demi-reliure dos cuir à quatre nerfs ornés, titre et filets dorés, tranche sup. dorée (défauts mineurs à signaler: coiffes légèrement émoussées, qques piqûres sur tranches, qques rousseurs très éparses). Intérieur de 336 pages, frontispice, nombreuses illustrations hors-texte. BON EXEMPLAIRE. INTROUVABLE. Bookseller Inventory # 2724

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LANGLADE (Emile) [

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Item Description: Albin Michel. Hard Back. Book Condition: Good. 346pp, illustrated 32 plates, cloth binding with leather title label to spine, this is not a publishers binding, possibly contemporary with publication, one plate loose causing creasing to edges, all plates correct, couple of small marks to boards, moderate rubbing to leather label, tips of spine bumped, back paste down and back end page are rubbed at top cuasingcuasing thiness to paper and several holes, all other pages are sound. Scarce title. Text in French. Bookseller Inventory # 11865

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Item Description: London: Printed for the Author, 1791., 1791. 4to., (11 3/8 x 9 inches). 4-page Subscriber's list, Errata leaf. Fine folding engraved map: "Sketch of the Western Countries of Canada 1791" (some minor offsetting). 19th-century half tan calf by Zaehnsdorf for A.C. McClure et Cie (expertly rebacked preserving the original spine, corners strengthened). "The most valuable record of Indian life and the fur trade of the period" (Vail). First edition, and internally a fine copy. A valuable descriptive account from Long who lived in North America for nineteen years: "with respect to the descriptions of lakes, rivers, &c. which lie beyond Lake Superior, from lake Nipegon to lake Arbitis, I have given them as accurately as possible, either from my own knowledge, or the most authentic Indian accounts; " (Preface). And important for the extensive vocabulary included at the end " the vocabulary which is subjoined, and on which I have bestowed some pains, it is hoped will not only afford information to such as may be desirous of attaining a knowledge of the Chippeway language, but prove useful to those who are already engaged in traffic with the Indians" (Preface). All that is known of John Long "is contained in his Voyages and travels of an Indian Interpreter and Trader. According to this account he arrived in Montreal in 1768 as an articled clerk and spent the next seven years in the vicinity learning the Indian trade under the direction of a merchant. He grew particularly familiar with the Mohawks of Caughnawaga, in whose language he became fluent. During the early years of the American revolution he accompanied Indian parties on scouting expeditions and in several actions against the invaders in the Montreal area. Having learned Ojibwa, the lingua franca of the fur trade, Long was employed in 1777 by an unnamed merchant to lead a trading party into the region north of Lake Superior. At Pays Plat (near the mouth of the Nipigon River, Ont.) he was adopted by the Ojibwa chief Madjeckewiss. Although the ceremony was painful, adoption was believed by traders to be worthwhile for the business advantages it brought. Long and his men then went inland to Dead Lake (east of Lake Nipigon) and wintered there, doing a considerable trade. In the summer they returned to Pays Plat where their employer’s agents picked up their furs and gave them a fresh supply of goods and provisions. The traders returned inland to Weed Lake (possibly Nighthawk Lake) for the winter of 1778–79. In the spring Long left the severe hardships of the interior for the more comfortable life of Michilimackinac (Mackinaw City, Mich.). "Disturbances connected with the American revolution were affecting the fur trade in the southern hinterland of Michilimackinac. In June 1780 word reached the post that the traders in that region had left their winter’s furs at Prairie du Chien (Wis.) under the care of the interpreter Charles-Michel Mouet de Langlade rather than risk bringing them in. Long, with 36 Foxes and Sioux under Wahpasha and 20 Canadians, went to the Mississippi to fetch the furs. "Long’s next trading venture took him up the Saguenay River (Que.) in the autumn of 1780. He wintered at Chicoutimi and in the spring went west to Lake Shaboomoochoine (possibly Matagami Lake, Que.). In August 1781 he returned to Quebec. Seeing no further prospects for himself in Canada, he left for England in 1783. He contracted with a relative there to supply him with goods and by 1784 was in Canada again. His fortunes declined, however, and he was almost continually out of work and in debt for the next three years. He spent time in New York and in the new loyalist settlements on the Bay of Quinte (Ont.) but was unable to manage a trip to the fur-trading country. When he received money in 1787 from a friend, he decided to go back to England while he could, and he left Canada in October. "His book was published in London in 1791 [as here]. It was, he claimed, "not the pages of a professed Tourist, but such observations as a commercial man fla. Bookseller Inventory # 002143

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LONG, John (fl. 1768-1791).

Published by London: Printed for the author; and sold by Robson, Debrett, et al., 1791. (1791)

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Item Description: London: Printed for the author; and sold by Robson, Debrett, et al., 1791., 1791. LONG, John (fl. 1768-1791). Voyages and Travels of an Indian Interpreter and Trader, describing the Manners and Customs of the North American Indians; with an Account of the Posts situated on the River Saint Lawrence, Lake Ontario, &c. To which is added, a Vocabulary of the Chippewa. London: Printed for the author; and sold by Robson, Debrett, et al., 1791. 4to., (11 4/8 x 9 2/8 inches). 4-page Subscriber's list. Fine folding engraved map: "Sketch of the Western Countries of Canada 1791". Original publisher's paper boards, title in manuscript on the spine, uncut (front cover nearly detached, backstrip chipped); preserved in modern green morocco backed slipcase and chemise. Provenance: with the bookplate of Jay T. Snider on the inside of the chemise, his sale, Jay T. Snider Collection of Historical Americana, his sale Christie's 21 June 2005, lot 122; with the leather book label of Michael Sharpe, his sale, Bonham's, February 9th, 2015, lot 8 "The most valuable record of Indian life and the fur trade of the period" (Vail). First edition, and a valuable descriptive account from Long who lived in North America for nineteen years: "with respect to the descriptions of lakes, rivers, &c. which lie beyond Lake Superior, from lake Nipegon to lake Arbitis, I have given them as accurately as possible, either from my own knowledge, or the most authentic Indian accounts; " (Preface). And important for the extensive vocabulary included at the end " the vocabulary which is subjoined, and on which I have bestowed some pains, it is hoped will not only afford information to such as may be desirous of attaining a knowledge of the Chippeway language, but prove useful to those who are already engaged in traffic with the Indians" (Preface). All that is known of John Long "is contained in his Voyages and travels of an Indian Interpreter and Trader. According to this account he arrived in Montreal in 1768 as an articled clerk and spent the next seven years in the vicinity learning the Indian trade under the direction of a merchant. He grew particularly familiar with the Mohawks of Caughnawaga, in whose language he became fluent. During the early years of the American revolution he accompanied Indian parties on scouting expeditions and in several actions against the invaders in the Montreal area. Having learned Ojibwa, the lingua franca of the fur trade, Long was employed in 1777 by an unnamed merchant to lead a trading party into the region north of Lake Superior. At Pays Plat (near the mouth of the Nipigon River, Ont.) he was adopted by the Ojibwa chief Madjeckewiss. Although the ceremony was painful, adoption was believed by traders to be worthwhile for the business advantages it brought. Long and his men then went inland to Dead Lake (east of Lake Nipigon) and wintered there, doing a considerable trade. In the summer they returned to Pays Plat where their employer’s agents picked up their furs and gave them a fresh supply of goods and provisions. The traders returned inland to Weed Lake (possibly Nighthawk Lake) for the winter of 1778–79. In the spring Long left the severe hardships of the interior for the more comfortable life of Michilimackinac (Mackinaw City, Mich.). "Disturbances connected with the American revolution were affecting the fur trade in the southern hinterland of Michilimackinac. In June 1780 word reached the post that the traders in that region had left their winter’s furs at Prairie du Chien (Wis.) under the care of the interpreter Charles-Michel Mouet de Langlade rather than risk bringing them in. Long, with 36 Foxes and Sioux under Wahpasha and 20 Canadians, went to the Mississippi to fetch the furs. "Long’s next trading venture took him up the Saguenay River (Que.) in the autumn of 1780. He wintered at Chicoutimi and in the spring went west to Lake Shaboomoochoine (possibly Matagami Lake, Que.). In August 1781 he returned to Quebec. Seeing no further prospects for himself in Canada, he left for England in 1783. He contracte. Bookseller Inventory # 72lib1258

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