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Francis Parkman: France and England in North America: Volume One

Pioneers of France in the New World | The Jesuits in North America | La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West | The Old Régime in Canada
Edited by David Levin

“France and England in North America is the greatest history ever written by an American, even counting Henry Adams. A thousand years from now, if there are still Americans, Parkman will be their Homer.” — The Washington Post

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ISBN: 978-0-94045010-3 1504 pages

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