The story of a French homestead in the Old Northwest

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Statementby Frances R. Howe ; edited by James Dowd.
GenreBiography.
ContributionsDowd, James, 1937-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF484.3 .H79 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 162 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3542832M
ISBN 100788411896
LC Control Number2001524062
OCLC/WorldCa42075617

"The Story of a French Homestead in the Old Northwest" was written by Frances Rose Howe, the great granddaughter of the first permanent white settler of Northwest Indiana, Joseph Bailly, when she was fifty-six years old.

Interestingly, /5(2). Genre/Form: Biographies History Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Howe, Frances R. (Frances Rose), Story of a French homestead in the Old Northwest. The Story of a French Homestead in the Old Northwest by Howe Frances R,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

textsThe story of a French homestead in the Old Northwest. The story of a French homestead in the Old Northwest. Howe, Frances R. Publication date. Topics. Howe, Frances R, Bailly family, Frontier and pioneer life, Catholics, Catholics, Frontier and pioneer life, genealogy.

: Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Howe, Frances R. Story of a French homestead in the Old Northwest. Columbus, Ohio: Press of Nitschke Bros., "The Story of a French Homestead in the Old Northwest" was written by Frances Rose Howe, the great granddaughter of the first permanent white settler of Northwest Indiana, Joseph Bailly, when she was fifty-six years old.

Interestingly, /5. This page chapter book by Frances R. Howe contains personal accounts and stories regarding life in the Old Northwest (Indiana) resulting from personal experiences and family stories. Addeddate the story of a french homestead in the old northwest by howe, frances r.

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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. History of the old nor The discovery of the Old Northwest and its settlement by the French book. of In addition to editing school books, he started writing books of his own. After the publication in 5/5(1). The two chief posts of the Old Northwest were Detroit and Mackinac (Michilimackinac), but French influence spread among the Native American groups east to the Iroquois country.

In the 18th cent. the Northwest was coveted not only by the British colonists in Canada, but also by those in the American seaboard colonies, who organized the Ohio.

The story of a French homestead in the Old Northwest / By Frances R. (Frances Rose) Howe. Abstract. Greenly, A.H. Michigan history,Mode of access: : Xerox copy-flo reproduction. Ann Arbor, University Microfilms, Recon Howe, Frances R. Story of a French Homestead in the Old Northwest. Edited by James Dowd.

Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Howe includes a chapter on the Carey Mission and one on "Insulting the Indians." Hutchins, Henry Hudson. Recollections of the Pioneers of Western Allegan County. Saugatuck, MI: Commercial Record, The story of a French homestead in the Old Northwest / (Columbus, Ohio: Press of Nitschke Bros., ), by Frances R.

Howe (page images at HathiTrust) Help with reading books -- Report a bad link -- Suggest a new listing. The Story of a French Homestead in the Old Northwest, by his granddaughter Frances Howe (), is a wildly inaccurate and romanticized version of the family story. Howe, who was partially raised on the Bailly homestead, was an extremely pious and probably racist woman who wrote devotional literature for the Catholic Diocese of South Bend.

This story of an adventurous Frenchman on the old Northwest frontier is based in part on the brief family chronicle by Joseph Bailly's granddaughter, Frances R. Howe, The Story of a French Homestead in the old Northwest (Press of Nitschke Bros., Columbus, Ohio, ), and on references in early documents.

Note: In a book published by Frances Rose Howe [The Story of a French Homestead in the Old Northwest,pp. ], it is stated that " He [Joseph Bailly] had chosen a spot for a cemetery on a sandy knoll, about three-quarters of a mile from the house.

there he had buried his son [Robert] and had raised a huge cross of oaken beams as a landmark. The Story Of A French Homestead In The Old Northwest, Howe, R.Broken China - $ Rare Antique Music Book Old Homestead Songs The Saafield Press Years Old.

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Frances Howe was the author of a book chronicling the story of her grandfather, Joseph Bailly and the Bailly Homestead. "The Story of A French Homestead In the Old Northwest" was published in by The Nitschke Brothers. In a reproduction of the book was made possible by the sponsorship of the Duneland Historical Society in Chesterton, IN.

The. In she wrote a book about her family titled “A French Homestead in the Old Northwest”. This book became a resource for writers who came. Howe's work, titled "The Story of a French Homestead in the Old Northwest," is unfortunately rife with errors and is essentially a revisionist history of her family.

Howe relates that her Bailly family consisted of practically no Indian (i.e., Native American) blood, and she clearly distances her family from Native American s: 6. A selection of documentary material revealing the activities of the French in the Old Northwest.

English and French. "List of documents": p. [] Includes index. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. From a timeline perspective, Altrocchi's story Individuals interested in the early history and development of Chicago (Fort Dearborn), Northwest Indiana, and Michigan would enjoy reading this book.

From a timeline perspective, Altrocchi's story is very accurate as it relates to historical events (e.g., War ofFort Dearborn Massacre /5(8).

"Based in part on the brief family chronicle by Frances R. Howe, The story of a French homestead in the old Northwest and on references in early documents"--Preface. Description: xvi pages, pages ; 22 cm: Responsibility: by Julia Cooley Altrocchi.

OCLC Number: Description: xxii, [1],[1] pages frontispiece, 29 plates, 26 portrait, 5 maps 21 cm: Contents: The French occupy the [ Old ] Northwest --Cadillac founds Detroit --The English in the Ohio country --The Pontiac War --England takes possession of the [Old] Northwest --The Quebec Act and the Revolution --The war in the [Old] Northwest --Peace that proves.

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Once eastern states renounced their claims in the Ohio country, there was a need to specify how those older states were to relate to whatever took shape in the largely. of the Old Settlers of Lake County Society.

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It can be supposed she supplied the date of 18ZZ as the time the family moved to Baillytown. On the other hand, Mias Frances Howe, 11The Story of a French Homestead in the Old Northwest," gives ll3Z4 as the date of her grandfather's arrival.I have an old Book of Common Prayer (includes the sacraments and the Psalms of David) printed for the Church of England in by John Bill and Chriftopher Barker, printers to the King.

I’ve been trying to find a value for this book for sometime and can’t find anything close to compare it to. I must not be looking in the right place.

Though 82 years old, "The French Regime in Wisconsin and the Northwest" is a very readable history that has stood the time test and deserves a new market.

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