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PERIODICALS: Magazines and reviews (continued) —

Democratic Review, cited, 71, 240.

Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, cited, 5, 293.
Études religieuses, cited, 55, 315, 71, 233, 403.

Forum, cited, 71, 268.

Fraser's Magazine, cited, 70, 315.

Historical Magazine, cited, 2, 299, 301, 4, 250, 5, 279, 8, 301, 47, 316, 59, 297, 70, 311, 71, 290, 294, 330.

Journal American Folk-lore, cited, 5, 286, 6, 328, 330, 8, 303-304, 10, 325, 12, 270-271, 18, 259, 63, 306, 71, 276-278, 290, 292. Journal Asiatique, cited, 66, 320.

London Quarterly Review, cited, 71, 239.

Magazine of American History, with Notes and Queries: cited, 1, 308, 2, 301, 41, 258, 69, 294, 70, 304, 71, 269, 288, 330.

New England Historical and Genealogical Register, cited, 71, 314. North American Review, cited, 71, 271, 279, 287.

Ohio Archæological and Historical Quarterly, cited, 4, 255, 71, 331, 354.

Pharmaceutical Review, cited, 43, 325, 71, 347.

Popular Science Monthly, cited, 8, 314, 71, 285.

Quarterly Review, cited, 70, 315.

Queen's Quarterly, cited, 71, 308, 310, 378.

Revue Canadienne, cited, 19, 269, 50, 322, 58, 296, 69, 290, 303, 71, 303, 308, 331, 334, 335, 379.

Revue de Géographie, cited, 50, 325, 59, facing 86, 71, 363.

Revue de Montréal, cited, 50, 322, 55, 315, 67, 332, 69, 303, 71, 234, 242, 299, 303, 306, 307, 311, 331.

Revue Historique, cited, 71, 306.
Scribner's Monthly, cited, 71, 291.

United States Catholic Historical Magazine, cited, 57, 318, 59, 309, 64, 276, 65, 263, 272, 67, 338, 68, 329, 69, 306, 308, 70, 305-308, 71, 235, 237, 238, 242, 261, 272, 277, 290, 291, 302, 317, 319, 322, 326, 332, 336. See also U. S. Cath. Hist. Soc.

United States Catholic Intelligencer, cited, 66, 346, 71, 332.
Weltbott, cited, 66, 321.

Newspapers

"Abeille, l'," cited, 18, 256, 42, 292, 293, 298, 60, 311, 315-318, 65, 256, 66, 340, 69, 233, 282, 303, 70, 303, 71, 331.

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Mercure François" (publishes accounts of missions), 1, 41; cited, 4, 248, 257, 268, 5, 269, 273, 6, 328, 7, 311-312, 71, 330, 72, 9.

Milwaukee "Sentinel," cited, 54, 308.

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Montreal Gazette," cited, 71, 395.

Montreal " Star," cited, 71, 238.

Orillia "Packet," cited, 5, 298, 54, 307, 71, 312.
Oshkosh "Sunday Times," cited, 54, 308, 71, 320.

Quebec "Electeur," cited, 71, 239.

Quebec "Gazette," its proprietor, 41, 251; cited, 71, 395.
Quebec "Union Libérale,” cited, 71, 384.

Toronto "Globe," cited, 5, 296, 71, 266.

Toronto "Mail," cited, 5, 296, 21, 316, 71, 266.

Periwinkle (Pyrula), shells used for wampum, 8, 313.

Permits, trading: issued by Compagnie de la Colonie du Canada,
65, 217, 225-237, 243-245; giving of, to be prohibited, 67, 47; con-
ditions under which given, 47.

Pernelle, Julien, Jesuit scholastic, 71, 135; arrives in Louisiana, 72,
19; with Illinois, 70, 89; sketch, 89, 71, 179.

Péronne. See Dumesnil: Louis and Michel.

Perrault, Julien, Jesuit, 71, 135; arrives in Canada (1634), 8, 305;
at Cape Breton mission, 292, 305; sketch, 305, 71, 140. Cape
Breton Relation (Rel. 1635), 7, 312, 8, vii, 3, 157-167, 71, 184.
Perrier. See Perier.

Perron, Jacques, accused of illicit trading, 69, 85.
Perrot, François Marie: arrives in Canada (1670), 58, 295; gov-
ernor of Montreal, 295; marriage, 295; land granted to (1672),
295; trade with Indians, 295; residence of, 123; at Prairie de la
Magdeleine, 59, 285-287; arrested and sent to France (1674), 58,
295, 62, 153; imprisoned in Bastile, 58, 295; governorship re-
stored, 295; governor of Acadia (1684), 295; captured by English
(1690), 295; partner of, in fur trade, 69, 293; character, 58, 295;
sketch, 295.

Perrot, Mme. François Marie (née La Guide): niece of Talon, 54,
277, 58, 295; sponsor in baptism, 54, 277.

Perrot, Mme. la presidente: aids mission, 66, 135.
Perrot, Nicolas, noted explorer and Indian agent: Jesuits and Sul-
pitians employ (1660-66), 55, 320; engaged in fur trade, 320;
with St. Lusson (1670-71), 10, 322, 55, 320; marriage, 320; land
granted to, 320; acts as interpreter, 320; in Northwest (1684-99),
320; appointed commandant in Northwest (1685), 320; work
among Indians, 320; presents ostensorium to De Pere mission, 56,
303, 66, frontispiece, 9, 347, 71, 218; persuades Ottawas to join
French, 63, 303; takes possession of Northwest for France (1689),
66, 337; discovers lead mines (1693), 55, 320; losses, 320-321;
composes memoirs, 321; last years of, 321; death (1717), 321;

Perrot (continued)—

biography, 320-321, 71, 322, 337. Value of writings, 1, 37; Mémoire published (1864; Tailhan's ed.), 55, 321, 71, 258, 28:; cited, 5, 282, 285, 286, 290, 6, 328, 10, 321, 324, 326-327, 14, 286, 23, 328, 35, 292, 42, 297, 45, 270, 51, 289, 55, 321, 58, 296, 60, 321, 61, 269, 66, 338, 71, 258, 281.

Perryville, N. Y., Iroquois site near, 51, 294.

Perseus, legend of, 12, 269.

Persia, oriental country: king, 9, 89; revolutions in empire, 45, 203; French known in, 46, 241.

Persil, 70, 65, 309. See Le Duc, F.

Persimmons (Diospyros virginiana), species of fruit: Indian name for, 65, 73, 119, 263, 66, 229; compared to medlar, 65, 119, 66, 229; bread made from, 64, 137, 278; in Mississippi valley, 65, 73, 119, 66, 229. Trees, 59, 139, 312.

Perthuis, Madeleine, marriage, 69, 306.

Perthius, Pierre, père: Montreal merchant, 70, 306.

Perthuis (Pertuis), Pierre, fils: dealings with Detroit mission, 70, 27-29; sketch, 306.

Peru, S. A.: adjoins New France, a, 199; superstitions of natives, 3, 145; liquor made from corn in, 11, 275; mines in, 18, 83, 69, 223; Jesuits begin missions in (1568), 61, 269; maps of, 66, 303, 313, 316.

Peskatigwet. See Piscataqua.

Pests (pestilences). See Epidemics, Fevers, and Smallpox.

Petard, Montagnais fire, 68, 95. See also Artillery, and Cannon. Petau, Julien, marriage, 30, 159, 304.

Petikouchkaouat, Lazare, Algonkin convert: sickness and death, 19, 15-17.

Petit,

Petit,

-, royal secretary, 11, 29.

-, owns ship, 49, 161; at Quebec, 51, 147.

Petit. See Le Petit, Louis.

Petit, Joseph, son of Pierre: death, 35, 43.

Petit, Pierre tenant of Jesuits, 30, 201-203; burial of son, 35, 43. Petit-cap (Beaupré), church of Ste. Anne at, 44, 93, 51, 95-97; Iroquois depredations at, 45, 155. See also Beaupré and Ste. Anne de Beaupré.

Petite école, at Quebec, 60, 320.

Petit séminaire. See Quebec: ecclesiastical and educational. · Petite Nation (Ouaouechkaïrini, Ouaouechkairiniouek: Algonquian), French appellation of Algonquian tribe, 8, 75, 9, 251, 307, 12, 231, 14, 273, 15, 153, 16, 43, 18, 259, 49, 173; Algonkin appellation, 5, 303; location, 5, 291, 14, 225, 18, 229, 21, 117; lan

guage, 44, 251; nomads, 15, 153. Rivers named for, 5, 291, 18,
258. Hostilities with Iroquois, 8, 59, 9, 65, 30, 187, 34, 55; pro-
pose alliance with Sillery Indians, 20, 167; trade with Algonkins,
37, 97. Frenchman killed by, 5, 223, 241; at French settlements,
12, 183, 20, 259, 30, 281.

Petitpré. See Jesuits: donnés.

Petite Racine, an Ottawa: envoy to Iroquois, 64, 27.

Petition, of habitants to governor, 30, 183; fine imposed for present-
ing, 63, 199.

Petrichtich, Pierre Antoine, dit, 7, 77, 83. See Pierre Antoine.
Petroleum, found in Quebec province, 8, 289.

Petun, Indian name for tobacco, 6, 330, 27, 271, 29, 157. See also
Tobacco.

PETUNS (Dinondadies; Etionnontarehronnons, Khionontatehronons,
Tionnontatehronons: Huron; Hurons of Tionnontate; Tobacco
Nation, Nation du Petun, Tobacco Hurons: Fr.), Huron-Iroquois
tribe, 14, 285; origin and meaning of name, 1, 22, 8, 304, 10, 325,
20, 43, 38, 235. See also Wyandots.

Location: before dispersion, 1, 21-22, 5, 279, 10, 145, 324, 18, 233,
20, 43, 308, 21, 317, 23, 326, 33, 61, 38, 235; at St. Michel, 44, 324;
beyond Mississippi (1660), 45, 235; at Chequamegon Point, 50,
207, 54, 167, 55, 97; in Ottawa village (1667), 51, 21; on Mackinac
Island, 55, 159, 167, 56, 115; present, 5, 279.

Population, etc.: Population - Wolf tribe of, 10, 326; villages,
19, 269; at Mackinac, (1673) 57, 249, (1679) 61, 103. Language
--same as Huron, 8, 115, 20, 43, 41, 77; preserved among Wyan-
dots, 8, 304. Characteristics-cultivate tobacco, 1, 22, 17, 165, 20,
43, 38, 235; practice tattooing, 1, 279; sedentary (villages), 19,
269. Deity of, 10, 195. Relics of, in Ontario museum, 5, 297; fa-
mine among, 46, 143; history, 5, 279, 71, 294.

Relations with other tribes: trade with other tribes, I, 22. Al-
gonquian tribes take refuge with, 44, 245-247, 46, 69, 143. Hurons
-kindred and allies of, 1, 21-22; trade with, 15, 155; Hurons
take refuge with, 1, 26, 34, 203, 223, 251, 35, 81. Iroquois — at-
tacked and defeated by, 1, 27, 5, 279, 35, 107-117, 36, 181, 40, 15-19,
42, 197, 47, 149, 56, 115, 267; remnants of, propose war against,
38, 181; captive among, 45, 207; flee from, 40, 37, 41, 79, 44, 324,
45, 235, 243, 50, 307. Neutrals with, 5, 279.

Relations with French: Jesuits project mission to (1640), 18,
247; Jesuits with, and missions to, 1, 24, 8, 135, 290, 307, 9, 313, 19,
125, 259, 20, 43-67, 21, 157, 177-185, 23, 179, 35, 107, 40, 15, 45, 42,
73, 50, 307-311, 57, 249, 61, 69, 103; Jesuits slandered to, 15, 21;
send envoys to Jesuits, 57; desire Jesuits, 46, 69; Christians among,
54, 167. Trade with, 41, 77.

Peuvret, Jean Baptiste, sieur du Menu (Mesnu): marriage, 45,
270; land granted to, 270; goes to France, 107; member and sec-
retary of supreme council, 270, 50, 207; death (1697), 45, 270;
sketch, 270.

Peuvret heirs, land belonging to, 71, 75.

Pewarias, 66, 57, 59. See Peorias.

Pewter, utensils of, 50, 163.

Pharmacognosy and pharmacy, books relating to, 71, 349-350.
Pharmacopeias, 71, 350.

Phaseolus vulgaris, indigenous to America, 2, 304. See also Beans.
Pheasants, in Mississippi valley, 69, 145, 209.

Philadelphia, Pa., 10, 328, 12, 270, 271, 43, 325, 69, 171; Jesuits
at, 71, 43, 389.

Philadelphia Numismatic and Antiquarian Society: Proceedings,
cited, 11, 275, 71, 285, 347.

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Philibot, Joseph, in service of Jesuits, 69, 133, 137.

Philip, King, appellation of Massachusetts chief Metacomet:

of, 36, 238, 60, 319.

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Philip IV. of France ("the Fair"), organizes Parliament of Paris,
2, 297.

Philippau, Charles, marriage, 27, 314.

Philippe II. (Augustus), of France, rebuilds Ste. Geneviève, 2,
297.

Philis (Phili, Phylis, Filis), 47, 301, 305, 319; departs for France,
48, 237. See Desmoulins, Jacques.

Phipps (Phips), Sir William, British officer: leads expedition
against Quebec, 64, 274-275, 71, 308.

Phleugny, Pierre de, Jesuit scholastic, 71, 135; sketch, 70, 83, 71,
179.

Phoenix, N. Y.: Onondaga fishing village at, 41, 255, 51, 293.
Phoenix Sportsmen's Club (Seneca Falls, N. Y.): rare specimen
owned by, 56, 301.

Phosphates, mined in Laurentian region, 5, 286, 8, 289.

Physic-nuts, 43, 326. See Barbadoes nuts.

Piakimina (piakimine), 64, 278, 65, 73. 117-121, 129, 133-135, 263,

66, 229. See Persimmons.

Piat, Irenæus, Récollet: envoy to Jesuits, 4, 260.

Picar (Picard), 27, 93, 45, 155. See Garemand.

Picard, Charles, 45, 95. See Gareman.

Picard, Pierre: appointed deputy, 38, 185; marriage, 295.

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