Pierre le Sueur and the Crisis in Franco-Native American Relations 1695-1702

Crogg states that the article’s purpose “is to place Le Sueur’s expedition within the shifting design of French North American policy.” The reader learns that he was a trader and military man responsible for maintaining peace between Indian nations, a founding father of the Louisiana colony and he worked at Fort L’Huillier from 1700-1702


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