Pioneers of France in the New World (Huguenots in Florida) - Francis Parkman 1907 Little, Brown & Co vintage hardback

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Condition: Acceptable: Signs of wear and consistent use.  Light green cloth with pictorial stamping on front board. Boards clean and solid, light shelf wear only. Spine ends and corners show wear. Gift dedication inside front cover. There are two newspaper articles glued inside the book. A will disbursement article for the publisher of the Philadelphia Inquirer in 1942 and How Canada  Got It's Name. See photos???? 

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Blurb: Francis Parkman was a 19th century American historian. He is best known for his works The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-Mountain Life and the 7 volume France and England in North America. Published in 1907 Pioneers of France in the New World is an in depth look at the history of Canada and the Northwest. Some of the topics covered area as follows: Early French Adventure in North America; La Roche-Champlain-De Monts, Acadia Occupied, Lescarbot and Champlain, Early Spanish Adventure, Villegagnon, The Great War Party; Hostile Sects-Rival Interests, and The English at Quebec