4 edition of Legends of le Détroit found in the catalog.
|Statement||Marie Caroline Watson Hamlin ; illustrated by Isabella Stewart.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 06685, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 06685|
|Contributions||Campbell, James V. 1823-1890.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 microfiches (174 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||174|
The Legends of Michigan From the great Sleeping Bear Dunes to tiny lady's slipper orchids, explore Native American legends of Michigan with these gorgeous picture books from Sleeping Bear Press. The Legend of Sleeping Bear (Legend (Sleeping Bear)) (Hardcover). Jacob L’Ommesprou de Mersac was a sergeant in the French Army and accompanied Antoine Laumet de La Mothe, sieur de Cadillac, to Detroit in According to Detroit French family historian Marie Hamlin in her book “Legends le Detroit,” published in the s, de Mersac resigned from the army and was granted a farm in Detroit.
The Legend of Michigan book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Long ago, Michigane was covered with snow and ice - until a /5. The first recorded mention of Le Nain Rouge occurred in But it didn’t appear in print until it was published in Legends of Le Détroit in by Marie Caroline Watson Hamlin. Hamlin was a proud descendant of Detroit’s early French settlers and published the folklore and legends that had been passed down through the generations.
"Le Griffon" Making the return trip of its maiden voyage in , “Le Griffon,” a cargo ship built by Sieur de La Salle, mysteriously disappeared in Lake Michigan. The bow of the ship, which features a carved sculpture of a mythical creature known as the griffon (half lion, half eagle), is the most distinguishable part of the : Ki Lee O'brien. - “Nain Rouge”: The legend of Detroit’s red dwarf explains how Detroit’s first white settler, Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, lost his fortune shortly after he was attacked by a small childlike creature with “blazing red eyes and rotten teeth.”.
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Legends of le Detroit, published in Detroit inis a collection of folklore, genealogy, and family narratives related to the founding and early history of the ed by Marie Caroline Watson Hamlin, a little-known local folklorist, it consists of over 30 folk stories rooted in Detroit's early history, as well as Native American and French folklore.
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Publication date Topics Campbell, James V. (James Valentine),Legends, Detroit (Mich.) Publisher Detroit: Nourse Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Robarts - University of Toronto Language English. 26Pages: Preview this book» What people are Legends of Le Détroit Marie Caroline Watson Hamlin No preview available - Legends of Le Détroit Marie Caroline Watson Hamlin No preview available - View all».
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Nourse Publication date: Subjects: Legends French Notes: This is an OCR reprint. There may be numerous typos or missing text. There are no illustrations or indexes.
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The atmosphere is a ton /5(). The names of these two men appear twice in Legends of le Détroit: in the folk story The Nain Rouge and in the section on the Pelletier family at the end of the book. Our contemporary controversy over the men is centered on whether or not they were present ‘on the banks’ of the Rivière Détroit when Cadillac and his company arrived in July.
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An endeavor which I will most likely partake in at a later date but for the time being I will settle with a republishing of the story as it appeared in the book Legends of Le Détroit.
I've also included an article about the curious red dwarf by a Border Cities Star (now the Windsor Star) editor, H. MacPherson. Hamlin's Legends of Le Détroit wasn't published untilsome years after Cadillac's run-in is alleged to have occurred.
Hamlin had her own motives for publishing the : Lee Devito. I am happy to be able to share this entry that has been accepted for publication in the Encyclopedia of Detroit on the 19th century folklore collection Legends of le Detroit by Marie Caroline Watson Hamlin. Please follow this link to read the entry.
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If it available for your country it will shown as book reader and user fully subscribe will benefit by having full. The legend was first published in the book, Legends of Le Detroit, published in On Main St. Louis, Quebec, a party was being held in honor of Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac, the founder of Detroit.
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I am looking for a source or sources (or just your own knowledge) for Detroit (and Michigan as a whole, in fact) myths, legends, folklore, tall-tales and whatnot. From all over the state - the Mitten, the UP, legends from the Great Lakes. Things that are true, fiction, inspired by truth, even published stories set in Michigan.
I am writing a story with a supernatural thread .