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J, sound unknown in Huron language, 10, 117.
Jacinth, medicinal uses of. 42, 301, 46, 137, 301.

"Jack and the beanstalk," nursery tale: suggested in Indian legends,

12, 270.

Jacker, E.: discovers Marquette's burial-place, 71, 150. "Ind.
Mythology," 71, 277. “Nouvel,” 71, 237. “Smallpox among In-
dians," 71, 291.

Jackson, Helen H.: Century of Dishonor, 71, 288.

Jackson, W. H.: Ind. Photographs, 71, 266.

Jackstraws, game of, 10, 322.

Jacques, an Algonkin child, 24, 41.

Jacques, Algonkin convert: baptized, 9, 31.

Jacques, Iroquet convert: baptized, 24, 253.

Jacques, Jesuit brother, 65, 61.

Jacques, "the hermit": enters service of Jesuits, 28, 181.

"Jacques the Picard, Big": death, 43, 31.

Jacquechis, a Papinachois: death, 63, 251.

Jacquinet,

sponsor in baptism, 2, 159.

Jacquinot (Jaquinot), Barthelemy, Jesuit: provincial of France, 5,
75, 81, 269, 6, 31, 97; gifts to Canadian mission, 27, 35.
Jadot, Geneviève, Detroit habitant: family, 69, 309.

Jager, Claude, Jesuit brother, 28, 317, 71, 132; at Sillery, 27, 81;
sails for France, 35, 55; sketch, 71, 144. See also Joyer.
Jalap, used in hospital, 49, 205.

Jamay, Denis, Récollet: superior of Canadian mission, 4, 262; at
Quebec, 1, 7.

Jambettes (pocket-knives), 12, 119.

James, E. C.: note by, 71, 382.

James, Edwin: editor, 71, 340; cited, 20, 310. See also Long, S. H.
James I. of England: Montmorency writes to, 2, 309; grant to Vir-
ginia Company, 4, 101; to Alexander, 270; to Baltimore, 5, 277.
James II. of England, 60, 133, 63, 293, 64, 41, 99; territory granted
to (as duke of York), 50, 321; deposed, 64, 274; in France, 247.
Jamestown, Va., 2, 251; location, 3, 275; colony at, 4, 253.
Jamesville, N. Y.: Indian village site near, 51, 294.

Jamin,
Jammes,

-, sponsor in baptism, 2, 159.

French ship-captain: his vessel lost, 35, 51.
Janis, François, sponsor in baptism, 70, 73.

Janis, Nicolas François, Detroit habitant, 69, 267, 271; leases mis-
sion farm, 70, 69-71; dealings with mission, 69, 251, 261, 70,
25, 29, 31, 35, 61, 65; contracts for erection of church, 31;
orders masses said, 69, 259, 273; sketch, 308.

Jansen, Jacob: accompanies Van Curler, 39, 266.

Jansenists: controversy with Jesuits, 4, 264, 68, 335, 70, 313.

Japan, 18, 239, 49, 276, 66, 67, 68, 233; sea-route to, 18, 237, 45,
221; distance from Hudson Bay, 223; Charlevoix's history, 69,
304; people, 10, 211; their superstitions, 8, 273.

Jaque, Iroquois convert: rescues Loup, 63, 213.

Jargon. See Patois.

Jasmin,

accused of trading with Indians, 69, 85.
Jasper, a Delaware: relates tribal legends, 12, 271.

Jatropha curcas, 43, 326. See Barbadoes nuts.

Jaunay, 71, 132. See Du Jaunay.

Jaundice, Indian seized by, 55, 123.

Jautard,

purchases Kaskaskia mission property, 71, 37-39.
Jean, Algonkin child: I. Baptized, 9, 33. II. Cured by baptism, 11,
127, 131.

Jean, Algonkin infant: baptized, 37, 103.

Jean, Abenaki convert: complains against a Frenchman, 62, 27.
Jean Baptiste, Abenaki chief; conversion and baptism, 25, 117-121.
Jean Baptiste, Huron convert: I. Confesses to Ursuline nun, 31, 179.
II. Piety, 43, 231-233.

Jean Baptiste, Iroquois convert: I. Baptized, 41, 121. II. Accom-
panies Dablon, 42, 205.

Jean Baptiste, Montagnais chief. See Etinechkawat, J. B.

Jean Baptiste, Montreal habitant: accompanies Le Moyne to Onon-
daga, 41, 91, 123, 127.

"Jean, Big," death, 37, 119.

"Jean, Little," Jesuit engagé: sent to Sillery, 32, 101.

Jean Paul, Algonkin child: baptized, 9, 57.

Jeanne, Abenaki convert: piety, 62, 35-37, 51, 127, 141; catechist,

115; makes wampum collar, 63, 31.

Jeanne, Algonkin convert: I. Baptism and piety, 8, 277-281. II.
Compelled to torture Jogues, 39, 191.

Jeanne, Huron convert: refuses to remarry, 40, 227.

Jeanne, Iroquois convert: baptized, 42, 137.

Jeanne, the blessed: invents a devotion on the rosary, 62, 183.

Jefferson, Thomas, American statesman: collects fossil remains, 69,
299-300.

Je-go'-sä-sa, Iroquois appellation of Neutrals, 21, 313, 315.
Jenks, Albert E.: "Econ. Life of Amerind," 71, 266. "Econ.
Plants of Ojibwas," 71, 347. "Wild-rice Gatherers," 71, 282.
Jérémie, Noël, sieur de la Montagne: sketch, 59, 305. Relation,
71, 252. See also Islands: Jérémie.

Jerusalem: temple built, 40, 85; Christ's entry into, 27, 211; Chris-
tian church formed, 63, 153; captured by Crusaders, 11, 276.
Jesuitica: list of printed works, 71, 219-224, 233-242; list of MSS.,
225-233, 241.

JESUITS.

I. THE ORDER.

ORDER: 22, 77, 30, 177, 39, 83, 85, 223, 40, 19, 21, 41, 123, 43, 85,
89, 45, 135, 47, 247, 49, 59, 57, 317, 59, 199, 205, 66, 159.

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Organization: motto, 6, 35, 325; number of members, 70, 314;
classes, 1, 312, 4, 264, 71, 127; professed" (priests), their as-
cendency in the order, 4, 264. Scholastics, 1, 312, 69, 79, 71, 127,
179. Novices, I, 312. Coadjutors — spiritual, 2, 307; temporal (lay
brethren), 1, 6, 9, 312, 3, 235, 33, 253, 34, 43, 35, 23, 60, 147; oc-
cupations and duties, 1, 33-34, 4, 264, 6, 51-55, 7, 309, 30, 183, 39,
267, 45, 115, 69, 77-79, 291, 70, 83-89, 71, 127; at Quebec college,
36, 250; do not march in procession, 30, 191. Generals of order-
see Aquaviva, Borja, Caraffa, Gottifredi, Nickel, Oliva, Piccolomini,
Retz, Ricci, Tamburini, and Vitelleschi. Assistants, 18, 33, 37, 59,
307. Provincials-see Annat, Baltazar, Binet, Bordier, Cellot, Fil-
leau, Jacquinot, Lingendes, Nektous, Pinette, Renault, Richard,
Verthamont, and Voisin. First, in France, 71, 397-398; see also
below Provinces. Superiors-list, 71, 122-127; term of office, 32,
63, 68, 281 (cf. 71, 122-127). Procurators (or procurors) of mis-
sions, 21, 301, 42, 211, 219, 223, 229, 44, 175, 56, 301, 67, 333, 335,
71, 25, 65, 79, 93. Other officials, 4, 183, 60, 141, 67, 341, 69, 75,
70, 81, 71, 65, 168-169, 172, 174, 178, 180, 399. Donnés and engagés
see below Missions in New France.
Characteristic features: tests for membership, 29, 39-41, rules
for conduct of members, 34, 43, 195, 35, 141; forbids members to
accept ecclesiastical dignities, 36, 237 — or to engage in commerce,
9, 171, 70, 314; inculcates forgetfulness of self, 39, 219; furnishes
spiritual directors to royal and noble persons, I, 129, 207, 2, 293,
306, 4, 227, 6, 65, 9, 209, 29, 29, 39, 169, 48, 227, 49, 274, 50, 185,
56, 285, 59, 306, 62, 271; censorship over its authors, 20, 117, 38,
293; political influence, 70, 313; relations to Holy See, 4, 264.
Members required to write accounts of their religious experiences,
31, 17, 125, 289, 34, 163; required to ask alms, 51, 147; their reports
to superiors, 57, 307-regarding colleagues, 32, 61-65, 40, 25;
confraternity among, 41, 165-167; suffrages for deceased, 35, 53;
some, permitted to wear secular dress, 29, 49, 66, 340; "ours," fa-
miliar appellation of, among themselves, 15, 31, 17, 109, 18, 29, 37,
19, 115, 32, 59, 63, 34, 97, 38, 247, 39, 23, 49-53, 59, 127, 133-135,
243, 40, 17, 71, 372.

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History: founded, 4, 264, 10, 111, 12, 276, 42, 23; changes in
government and discipline, 4, 264; prosperity, 16, 235; controversy
with Jansenists, 4, 264, 68, 335, 70, 313; attacked in France, 3,
299, 4, 269; banished by Henry IV., 2, 293; readmitted into France,

JESUITS: THE ORDER (continued) —

ORDER: History (continued)—

61, 81, 293; centenary, 4, 264; strengthened by trials, 12, 39; in-
vited by Récollets, undertake Canadian missions, 1, 7-8, 17, 2, 81,
173, 203, 211, 3, 163, 167, 4, 2, 259-260, 71, 235; more persecutions,
43, 163, 69, 41, 63; calumniated, 43, 289; banished from Japan, 12,
276; members of order expelled from Massachusetts, 36, 241, 39,
307. Compelled to pay Lavalette's debts, 70, 314; decrees of French
parliaments against, 2, 297, 66, 310, 70, 215-217, 71, 235, 382; sup-
pressed in France, 1, 37, 2, 297, 66, 310, 69, 288, 70, 295, 313-314,
71, 51, 387- French exiles take refuge in Spain, 70, 295-297;
expelled from other European states, 39, 141, 70, 313-315, 71, 43,
389; from Portuguese colonies, 12, 276; archives and libraries
plundered, 71, 120; members regarded as secular priests, 70, 314-
315; extinguished in Canada, I, 17, 20, 32, 71, 126, 400; abolished
by Clement XIV., 70, 314; restored by Pius VII., 315; reēstablished
in Canada, 59, 301-incorporated, 71, 393; remaining archives re-
stored to, 28, 305, 309; history, 71, 233-242; iconography, 236;
records cited, 60, 319. Members quit order, 48, 297, 57, 315, 66,
326-327, 70, 311, 71, 149, 161, 167; dismissed from order, 50, 217,
70, 314, 71, 150, 153, 173.

Assistancies (grand divisions of order): enumerated, 59, 307; of
France, 38, 187, 59, 75; of Germany, 75, 307.

Provinces: meaning of term, 71, 397; formation and boundaries
of French, 397-398; map, 397. Aquitaine (see below Bordeaux)
60, 318, 68, 281, 69, 75-79, 70, 81-83, 87-89, 71, 125-126, 145-148,
151, 153-154, 158, 160, 162-172, 176, 179; formation and extent, 397-
398. Belgium-71, 223. Bordeaux - 30, 183, 60, 131, 318; see above
Aquitaine. Champagne — 21, 293-295, 70, 89, 71, 123, 125-126, 139,
146, 149, 151, 153-154, 157, 162, 167-170, 174, 180; formation and ex-
tent, 398. England — included in assistancy of Germany, 59, 307.
France 5, 9, 81, 6, 95, 7, 251, 8, 203, 11, 27, 14, 117, 15, 207, 211,
18, 51, 20, 111, 21, 127, 22, 23, 27-29, 259, 263-265, 25, 93-95, 103,
26, 167, 171, 27, 127, 133, 28, 257, 261, 267, 29, 243, 30, 209, 32, 115,
34, 77, 35, 69, 36, 155, 37, 125, 40, 71, 41, 29, 42, 21, 43, 85, 97, 44,
53, 67, 62, 191, 267, 68, 243, 309, 70, 81-89, 71, 122-126, 137-181,
72, 17-18; history and extent, 71, 397-398; catalogues, 69, 75-79,
280, 70,81,303. Gallo-Belgian (or Franco-Belgian) — 70, 85-89, 71,
127, 151-152, 172, 174-176, 178, 181; formation and extent, 398.
Germany - 71, 398. Guienne-65, 71, 68, 225. Lyons-15, 248,
70, 85-89, 71, 122, 124, 137, 150-151, 153, 157, 159, 162, 171, 173, 177,
179, 72, 18; formation and extent, 71,398. Mexico -70, 267. Paris,
— 60, 141; see also France. Rome-71, 144. Toulouse — 34, 59,

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