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- French Colonial History
- Michigan State University Press
- To Mark and To Celebrate: Commemoration Efforts at Eighteenth-Century Louisbourg Volume 1, 2002, pp. 161-175
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This issue contains 12 articles in total
- To Mark and To Celebrate: Commemoration Efforts at Eighteenth-Century Louisbourg
- Was There a Consumer Revolution in Eighteenth-Century New France?
- Agathe Saint-Père and Her Captive New England Weavers
- Ransoming New England Captives in New France
- The French-Amerindian Religious Encounter in Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth-Century New France
- The "Others" Who Never Were: Eastern Woodlands Amerindians and Europeans in the Seventeenth Century
- Admiral Coligny, Jean Ribault, and the East Coast of North America
- Religious Struggle in France and Colonial Failure in Brazil, 1555-1615
- The Affaire des Sixas and Catholic Education of Women in French Colonial Cameroon, 1915-1939
- Missionaries, Masonry, and Male Initiation Societies: The Legacy of French Colonial Interpretations of Gabonese Religious Practice
- 'Bons soldats' and 'sales nègres': Changing French Perceptions of West African Soldiers during the First World War
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