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New Amsterdam, Dutch settlement on Manhattan Island, 25, 287,
288, 28, 105; view (1670), 28, frontispiece, 71, 217; importance,
28, 137; surrendered to English, 50, 321; Jesuits at, 9, 313, 14,
288, 39, 83. See also Manate and New York.

New (Novum) Belgium, 28, 105, 109, 314. See New Holland and
New Netherlands.

New Brunswick, 66, 344, 67, 333; climate, 3, 55; trees, 67; caribou
found in, 297; tribes, 1, 308, 2, 292, 12, 274; boundary, 2, 292;
French on coast, 1, 4, 3, 187, 199; fur trade, 2, 291; Récollets in,
1, 7; history, 71, 302, 304; cartography, 68, 325, 71, 361, 363.
New Brunswick Historical Society, 14, 4; Collections, cited, 66,
344, 71, 310.

Newcastle, Me.: former appellation, 67, 304; history, 71, 313. See
Sheepscot.

New Castle, Pa., Indian village site near, 69, 299.

New Chartres, Ill., 69, 301. See Forts: Chartres.

New Dublin (bay and town), N. S., 1, 315.

New England, 8, 312, 313, 11, 275, 26, 315, 28, 105, 109, 31, 189, 36,
85, 97, 101, 247, 38, 173, 179, 39, 169, 40, 197, 43, 99, 45, 59, 47,
139, 320, 49, 167, 62, 259, 64, 247, 65, 95, 67, 29, 61, 65, 77, 85, 97,
113, 195, 336; discovered by Norsemen, 1, 1; described by Thevet,
308; called Norembega, 309; location, 66, 187; earthquake in, 48,
51; Canadian prisoners in, 70, 201; visited by Jesuits, 36, 75-111,
127-129, 59, 73; Canadian mails to France sent via, 69, 151;
books relating to, 71, 253, 257, 262, 291, 313-315; maps, 357-358.
Aborigines-tribes, 2, 292, 38, 33, 46, 67-69, 53, 137, 55, 27, 71,
291; their sachems, 3, 297; intercourse with Hurons, 17, 123;
hate Iroquois, 36, 103-105; friendly to French, 103; incited
against Iroquois, 227; war between English and, 60, 133, 319, 66,
346, 71, 157.

Newfoundland, 2, 203, 205, 60, 111, 63, 306, 69, 302; discovery, I, 1-2,
4, 105; location, 5, 17, 47, 221; islands near, 1, 314, 319; fisheries,
I, 3, 99, 2, 67, 295, 4, 255- Banks of, 1, 97-99 (see Banks);
Indians, 308. French in, 1, 3, 2, 293, 3, 292. Basques at, 2, 293-
295, 5, 276; English settlements, 1, 3, 2, 293-295, 4, 107, 254, 5,
277-278, 36, 244, 63, 305; colonization company of, 4, 254; im-
portance, 1, 3; harassed by pirates, 4, 265; given to Company of
West Indies, 49, 278; a bishopric, 67, 337; books relating to, 71,
263, 291, 299-300, 305-306, 309; geography, 342, 358, 361, 363.
NEW FRANCE, 2, 221, 247, 251, 8, 9, 11, 63, 169-183, 187, 189, 215-221, 9,
133, 135, 139, 149, 151, 207, 295, 10, 95, 11, 45, 47, 63, 69, 71, 75, 101,
12, 43, 77, 85, 137, 169, 221, 18, 11, 15, 77, 241, 19, 25, 33, 20, 119,
21, 31, 119, 269, 303, 305, 22, 49, 203, 209, 213, 217, 23, 253, 275, 25,

33, 49, 217, 26, 165, 27, 312, 28, 47, 99, 115, 137, 303, 31, 17, 129,
32, 65, 267, 36, 45, 47, 75, 161, 38, 63, 71, 95, 111, 235, 39, 169, 40,
21, 81, 143, 157, 195, 41, 37, 109, 169, 211, 219, 245, 258, 43, 85, 97,
319, 322, 44, 63-69, 289, 45, 25, 59, 65, 195, 201, 269, 46, 123, 147-
149, 155, 197, 199, 215, 243, 291, 47, 115, 219, 241, 257, 48, 153, 185-
189, 201, 49, 119, 191, 205, 213, 219, 223, 257, 259, 275, 50, 99, 109,
173, 237, 245, 51, 87, 159, 277, 290, 52, 45, 51, 151, 199, 53, 37, 55,
54, 275, 55, 235, 322, 56, 219, 57, 91, 308, 313, 58, 267, 59, 285, 306,
60, 69, 75, 117, 319, 321, 61, 153, 245, 63, 149, 305, 64, 99, 109, III,
241, 245, 259, 65, 79, 181, 66, 43, 47, 69, 77, 175, 185, 187, 67, 103,
121, 332, 338, 68, 281, 330, 69, 137, 292, 296, 71, 67, 77-81, 87, 89;
origin of name, 2, 307, 3, 39-41; called Canada, 36, 69; described,
2, 67, 199, 203-205, 3, 39-43; situation, 38, 221; extent, 3, 43, 16,
233, 38, 221; shores, 2, 207; rivers, 205; climate, 3, 47-49, 21,
109, 23, 271, 38, 221-227, 45, 193; soil, 1, 73, 45, 191-193, 46, 149;
earthquake in, 48, 51, 183; tribes, 2, 205-207, 3, 69; Canada a part
of, 38, 227. Compared to France, 3, 33, 47, 55, 63, 4, 193, 9, 161-
163, 167, 22, 39-41, 26, 213. 269, 307, 27, 21, 221, 255, 28, 51, 55,
63, 87, 29, 73, 119, 217, 221, 39, 39, 43, 139, 211, 44, 35, 235, 285-
289, 293, 299, 303-307, 48, 175-177, 50, 89, 133, 173, 67, 141, 68, 201,
263, 273, 69, 161, 193, 217; distance from France, 3, 39, 16, 227;
maps, 23, 234, 47, 320 (see also Cartography and maps); advice
for immigrants to, 9, 185-191; interest in, among French people,
8, 223-243, 23, 285; advantages, 45, 191-195; importance of, to
France, 195.

People and history: discovery, I, 1, 3, 33; discoveries within, 20,
121; granted to Mme. de Guercheville, 2, 237, 3, 233, 263; viceroys
of, 2, 296, 71, 67; under commercial companies, 4, 256-257; relin-
quished by Company of New France, 258; claims of French and
English to, 99: French settlements ravaged by Argall, 35; re-
stored to France (1632), 9, 309, 12, 273-275; boundaries, 4, 101-107,
191, 254; fur trade in, 255, 27, 313; supported by fur trade, 34,
205; not subject to customs duties, 4, 107; menaced by Iroquois,
21, 271, 48, 249; needs aid from France, 25, 113, 48, 249; defense-
less condition, 45, 195-201, 46, 151; what it needs, 149-151; colo-
nized for sake of missions, 48, 27; troops sent to, 49, 189; reunited
to crown possessions, 278; development, 51, 171-175; population,
46, 151, 66, 187; languages (Indian), 50, 89; waters and forests
under government control, 37, 265; superior council, 71, 71; de-
crees, 244-245, 259; governors and intendants, 116-118, 396; con-
quered by English, 70, 312; works relating to, 71, 313, 377; maps,
23, facing 234, 47, 320. Its history connected with that of northern
United States, I, vii-illustrated by Jesuit writings, viii. Social

NEW FRANCE: People and history (continued)—
and economic conditions, 23, 271, 25, 105-115, 28, 139-141, 45, 181-
201, 48, 25; morals, 17, 235, 41, 185-187; immigration of women,
and marriages, 256; justice, 247, 47, 289; St. Joseph its patron
saint, 22, 147, 27, 211, 49, 21; French régime, 70, 307. See also
Canada, France, and French.

New Granada (now U. S. of Colombia), its coasts, 45, 223, 47, 147.
New Hampshire: early settlement, 36, 242; province organized,
243.

New Haven, Conn. (city): founded, 36, 243.

New Haven (colony): location, 36, 101; extent, 240; settlement
and organization, 243; attitude toward French alliance, 109.
New Holland, 28, 105, 33, 65, 135, 39, 225, 41, 85, 42, 41, 43, 44.
105, 121, 125, 217, 221, 46, 147, 47, 185, 49, 143, 147, 151, 261, 50,
65, 135, 137, 181, 191, 193, 53, 241, 55, 59, 56, 41, 57, 47, 81, 89,
95, 61, 25, 165, 213; conquered by English, 38, 179, 50, 167, 51,
219, 60, 133. See also New Belgium, New Netherlands, and New
York.

New Jersey (colony), troops from, at Fort George, 70, 312.

New Laurette, 66, 45. See Lorette and New Lorette.

New London, Conn., first settled, 36, 237.

New London, Wis., Indian village site near, 54, 307.

New Lorette (Laurette), 6, 326, 64, 274, 66, 45, 71, 105. See Lo-

rette.

New Mexico, 15, 246, 18, 235, 59, 87, 89, 68, 333; discovery, 59,
307; route to, 18, 237; Lescarbot describes, 1, 87.
New Netherlands (Nieuw Nederland) : location, 28, 105; boun-
daries, 109; climate and flora, 111; colonized, 21, 318, 25, 287;
conditions of settlement, 28, 109, 313; agriculture, 111-113;
trade, 109, 113; religious sects, 107-109; conquered by English,
21, 318, 50, 321; ceded to England, 57, 317; books relating to,
71, 219, 316; map, 28, 112, 71, 214. See also Dutch, New Bel-
gium, and New Holland.

New Orange, 52, 123, 139, 57, 81. See Forts: Orange, and Albany.
New Orleans, La., 14, 4, 60, 319, 65, 268-270, 67, 269, 279, 315, 329,
340-341, 68, 171-173, 181, 197, 207, 330, 69, 215, 70, 249; described,
69, 211; climate, 217; founded by Bienville, 27, 312, 66, 342, 70,
223; made capital of Louisiana, 67, 340, 69, 143, 70, 213; factions
among habitants, 67, 277; visited by Indians, 299, 68, 209; alarm
at, regarding Natches, 163, 223; menaced by Cha'htas, 189; habi-
tants armed by governor, 187; French captives reach, 171-173, 199;
not fortified, 70, 239; history, 71, 326; archives, sent to Havana,
382; maps and plans, 68, 328, 71, 359. Trade at, 69, 213 — dried

meat, 67, 285; slaves, 343; flour, brought from Illinois, 69, 147;
brick, made at, 213-exported, 215. Jesuits at, 68, 183, 311,
69, 33, 203, 205, 295, 300, 304, 70, 287-291, 71, 126-127, 169-170,
175-176, 178, 180; their chapel destroyed, 70, 219, 265; Ursulines
at, 67, 341-342; church, 68, 211, 69, 33.
Newport, Eng., Jesuits at, 1, 145.

New Sweden, 33, 63, 73, 38, 235, 47, 71, 48, 77, 49, 141, 55, 35;
polyglot population, 33, 137; Andastes friendly to, 35, 193, 49,
153; Hurons visit, 39, 145-take refuge from Iroquois, 36, 179,
40,53; hostilities with Iroquois, 47, 109; trade with Boston, 36, 95.
New World, described by Acosta, 3, 298.

New-Year's gifts, among French at Quebec, 28, 143-145, 30, 153, 155,
34, 39, 35, 31.

New York (colony), 62, 67, 63, 281, 283, 291, 301, 64, 97, 99, 275,
277; origin of name, 50, 321; Louis XIV. orders attack on, 64,
273; assembly annuls grants to Dellius, 277; Leisler usurps gov-
ernment, 277, 281; English Jesuits in, 247, 280; Iroquois appella-
tion of governors, 25, 287.

NEW YORK (state), 10, 325, 45, 265, 266; geology, 59, 310, 71, 344;
flora, 43, 257-259; aborigines, 8, 297-301, 26, 315, 71, 282, 292-294;
Iroquois migrations to, 51, 295; their villages, 293-295-map
293; game exterminated, 40, 151; works relating to, 71, 257, 272,
315-317, 346.

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Chautauqua - history, 71, 315.
Jefferson Hurons in, 8, 298-

Counties: Allegheny 43, 326.
Erie 21, 314. Fulton -8, 300.
299. Madison-8, 300, 301, 41, 258, 52, 262; aborigines, 26, 315.
Montgomery-8, 300. Niagara-8, 305. Ontario - 43, 326. St.
Lawrence-42, 296. Tioga-8, 301.

New York (city), 12, 270, 274, 45, 265, 267, 57, 137, 69, 302;
view (1670), 28, frontispiece; recaptured by Dutch, 57, 317, 58,
179; Iberville's plan for its reduction, 63, 306; wealthy churches,
25, 288; history, 71, 315-317.

New York Colonial Documents, cited, 1, 313, 319, 8, 301, 21, 315,
316, 28, 313, 36, 238, 45, 270, 46, 301, 47, 317, 48, 296, 49, 274,
275, 50, 325, 327, 52, 261, 262, 53, 303, 55, 319, 320, 322, 58, 294,
60, 319, 321, 61, 270, 62, 272-274, 63, 299, 300, 303, 304, 306, 64,
273, 276-277, 65, 261, 263, 272, 66, 340, 346, 67, 332-334, 336, 69,
285, 295, 296, 304, 70, 312, 71, 230, 257, 381, 393.

New York Documentary History, cited, 1, 42, 28, 306, 43, 326, 65,
261, 71, 316.

New York Geological Survey, Reports, 71, 344.

New York Historical Society, 41, 250; Collections, cited, 28, 305-
306, 308-309, 36, 239, 247, 71, 258, 331; Proceedings, cited, 71,
240, 331.

New York Senate Documents: cited, 71, 266.

New York State Agricultural Society: Transactions, cited, 71, 348.
New York State Museum: Bulletins, cited, 71, 270, 282, 284.
New York, University of State of: Regents' Report on State Cab-
inet, cited, 50, 323, 71, 272.

Neyon, 70, 271. See Villiers, Neyon de.

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dealings with Detroit mission, 70, 61.

Nez Percés (Percez; see also Amikoués and Neds-percez), 47, 149;
application of term, 10, 322; at war with Iroquois, 42, 75, 47, 71,
51, 209, 54, 115.

Niagara. See Campeau, Nicolas.

Niagara, appellation of falls, fort, river, and town: fortified store-
house at, 50, 320, 60, 319; Frontenac at, 319; Céloron at, 69, 155,
193-195; hills at, 157-159; trade with Detroit, 70, 49; works re-
lating to, 71, 305-306, 316. See also Falls, Forts, and Rivers: Nia-

gara.

Nibrisiriniens, 9, 193. See Nipissings.

Nicaraguan Indians, think cremation insures immortality, 20, 310.
Nicephorus Callistus, church historian: Historia ecclesiastica,
printed by Cramoisy, 5, 280.

Nichaberet, Abenaki apostate, 63, 71.

Nichols's Pond, N. Y., Iroquois fort at, 5, 288, 41, 258, 51, 294, 52,
262.

Nicholson, Francis, English commander: heads expedition against
Canada (1709), 66, 343, 345; captures Port Royal (1710), 69, 233.
302; in England, 233.

Nichutensis, Louis, Algonkin convert, 18, 189.

Nickel, Goswin, general of Jesuits: declines to allow Jesuit bishop
for Canada, 36, 237; grants publication permit, 38, 213; Laval
writes to, 45, 21-25; Ragueneau writes to, 46, 302; term of of-
fice (1653-61), 38, 295.

Nico, name of ox, at Detroit farm, 70, 53.

Nicolar, Joseph: Red Man, 71, 281.

Nicolas,

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Jesuit servant: accompanies Allouez, 49, 161.

Sillery Indians kill cow of, 28, 225.

Nicolas, Algonkin child: baptism and death, 11, 101-109.

Nicolas, Algonkin convert: pious death, 62, 147.

Nicolas, Huron war-chief: at Sandusky Bay, 69, 300; conspires

against French, 300; followers desert, 193.

Nicolas, Master, Iroquois near settlement of, 43, 57.

Nicolas, Montagnais convert: baptism and piety, 18, 113, 115.

Nicolas (Le Faulconier ?), Jesuit brother: at Three Rivers, 36,

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