Author Denise Larson produced “Companions of Champlain” to honor the 400th anniversary of the founding of Quebec City and to enable North Americans on both sides of the border to appreciate more fully their French-Canadian heritage. Although Champlain and his wife, Helene Boulle, did not have children, his companions did. The original pioneer families who inhabited Quebec during Champlain’s lifetime formed the nucleus of French-Canadian culture from which a new society sprang. They are the focal point of this work. This 2016 edition also contains a two-page Errata following the index, as well as an eight-page Addendum, titled “The Boucher Family Addendum.”
viii + 188 pp.
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