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ABENARI Indians, the, i. 36; vil-
lages of, i. 36; their treacherous
conference with Governor Dud-
ley, i. 36–38; Queen Anne's
War due more to the French
than to, i. 46, 47; spurred on
by the French against New
England, i. 48, 56; join an ex-
pedition against New England,
i. 96; claimed as subjects by
both the French and the Eng-
lish, i. 185; Father Rale among,
i. 217; their conference with
Governor Dudley at Portsmouth,
i. 220; Vaudreuil proclaims
them his allies, i. 250; ratify
the Boston treaty, i. 255; sent
from Montreal against the Eng-
lish border, ii. 217; ii. 236;
urge an attack on Fort Massa-
chusetts, ii. 237.
Abenaki lands, the, i. 236.
Abenaki missions, the, i. 217, 236.
Abenakis of the Androscoggin,
the, i. 224.
Abenakis of the Kennebec, the, i.
217.
Abenakis of the Saco, the, i. 224.
Abercrombie, Captain, i. 153.
Acadia, i. 7; French claims re-
garding the extent of its terri-
tory, i. 47; its government, i.
110; the old régime in, i. 110–

119; friction between the tem.
poral and spiritual powers in, i.
118; forced to make atonement
for the sins of Canada, i. 120;
changes hands, i. 120–155; the
capture of Port Royal means
the conquest of, i. 155; claimed
by England, i. 184; France tries
to hold, i. 184–186; England re-
fuses to resign, i. 186; creed and
politics in, i. 193; let alone by
the British government, i. 199;
documents relating to, i. 211;
ceded to England, ii. 49, 50, 173;
ii. 154; strong desire of France
to recover, ii. 169; Shirley re-
solved to keep, ii. 170; the key
to the British American colo-
nies, ii. 170; left by Newcastle
to drift with the tide, ii. 180;
ii. 260, 262, 266, 267, 270, 272,
320, 326, 336, 338, 341, 345, 353.
Acadian Church, the, friction of
the temporal power with, i. 118.
Acadian peninsula, the, ii. 60,184.
Acadian priests, the, Shirley's at-
titude towards, ii. 178.
Acadians, the, trade of Boston
merchants with, i. 7, 115; take
the oath of allegiance to Queen
Anne, i. 191; break their oath,
i. 191; apply to Vaudreuil for
aid, i. 192; the French and the

English rivals for, i. 193, 194;
Costebelle complains of the
apathy of, i. 197; increase in
the population of the, i. 199;
Governor Phillips undertakes to
force them to take the oath of
allegiance, i. 206; Governor
Phillips' so-called success, i. 208,
209; totally devoid of natural
leaders, i. 210; refuse to join
Duvivier against Annapolis, ii.
62; addicted to hoarding, ii.
172; characteristics of, ii. 172;
Mascarene's treatment of, ii.
172; between two fires, ii. 172,
173; known as the “Neutral
French,” ii. 173; illiteracy of,
ii. 173; incompetent to meet the
crisis, ii. 173; their pleasures,
ii. 174; social equality of, ii.
174; their commendable domes-
tic morals, ii. 174; population
of, ii. 174; greatly excited by
the appearance of D'Anville's
fleet, ii. 175; Shirreff urges that
they are a standing menace to
the colony, ii. 175; Shirley's
plan for securing the allegiance
of, ii. 177; Shirley's plan to
convert them to Protestantism,
ii. 180; Ramesay tries to per-
suade them to join his expedi-
tion against Annapolis, ii. 182;
again placed between two dan-
gers, ii. 201; their letters to
Ramesay and to Mascarene, ii.
201, 202; Ramesay's peremp-
tory orders to, ii. 203; deplor-
able position of, ii.203; England
fails to do its duty by, ii.203;
Shirley and, ii. 312–357.
Acadian seas, the, i. 104,120.
Acadian village, the, life at, i. 113.
Adams, i. 195.
Adams, Mr., of Medfield, i. 230.

Adams, town of, ii. 231.
Addison, i. 147.
Aillebout, Captain d', command
ant at the Island Battery, ii.
120, 284; ii. 303.
Aix-la-Chapelle, the
signing of, ii. 256.
Akins, Mr., i. 211.
Alabama River, the, ii. 51.
Alabama, State of, i. 301.
Albany, fort at, i. 9; efforts of the
English to draw the fur-trade
to, i. 14; ii. 51, 154, 156, 206,
207; left uncovered, ii. 210; ii.
212, 213, 235, 245, 254, 273.
Albany traders, the, opposed to
the proposed conquest of Can-
ada, i. 137.
Aldrich, John, wounded at Fort
Massachusetts, ii. 246, 251, 253.
Alexander VI., Pope, i. 305.
Alexander, Deacon Ebenezer,
blockhouse of, ii. 231.
Alexander, Joseph, escapes from
the French and Indians, i. 71.
Alford, John, ii. 115.
Algonquins of the Ottawa, the,
sent from Montreal against the
English border, ii. 217.
Algonquins, the, i. 223.
Alleghanies, the, i. 296; ii. 45, 48.
Allein, i. 117.
Allen, Caleb, escapes from the In-
dians, ii. 250.
Allen, Eunice, escapes from the
Indians, ii. 250.
Allen, Mr., killed by the Indians,
ii. 250.
Allen, Samuel, captured by the
Indians, ii. 250.
Allen's River, i. 112, 127, 152.
Allison, Widow, i. 60.
Allouez, the Jesuit, at Fort St.
Louis, i. 327.
Alton Bay, i. 96.

Peace of,

"Amazone,” the, ii. 159.
Amesbury, attacked by the French
and Indians, i. 99.
Amherst, General, at Louisbourg,
ii. 104, 105; demolishes Crown
Point, ii. 255.
Amsden, killed by the Indians, ii.
250.
Andover, i. 260.
Andros, i. 105.
Androscoggin Indians, the, i. 37.
Androscoggin River, the, i. 222.
Anjou, Duc d', i. 305.
Ann, Cape, i. 244.
Annapolis, i. 112, 170, 190; pesti-
lence at, i. 191; i. 194; almost
totally neglected, i. 198; Du-
quesnel's plans against, ii. 61 ;
its condition, ii. 61; failure of
Duvivier's attack on, ii. 63;
Duvivier again lays siege to,
ii. 126; the French plan to at-
tack, ii. 162, 164; crumbling
little fort of, ii. 175; Ramesay
tries to persuade the Acadians
to join his expedition against,
ii. 181; Shirley's plans for the
defence of, ii. 182; ii. 312, 316,
317, 318, 319, 322, 326, 327, 328,
330, 331, 333, 344, 347, 350, 351,
352.
Annapolis Basin, ii. 165.
Annapolis, Council of, i. 199, 201,
204, 205.
Annapolis River, the, i. 112, 127.
Annapolis Royal, see Port Royal,
and Annapolis.
Anne, Fort, i. 140.
Anne, Queen, i. 105; sustains Gov-
ernor Dudley, i. 109; receives
the five Mohawk chiefs, i. 147.
Anse de la Cormorandière Bay,
ii. 97, 291.
Anson, Admiral, ii. 168.
Anticosti, the Island of, i. 171.

Antigua, ii. 83.
Anville, Duc d’, ii. 157, 158; dis.
asters of, ii. 159–162; death of,
ii. 162; burial of, ii. 162; chief
aim of his expedition, ii. 169;
ii. 175, 235, 330, 346.
Appleton, Lieutenant-Colonel Sam-
uel, i. 88; in the expedition
against Port Royal, i. 127; the
“nonsensical malice ’’ of, i. 130
Apsaroka Indians, the, ii. 25.
Archives de la Marine, the, i. 16.
Archives Nationales, the, i. 16.
“Ardent,” the, ii. 62.
“Argonaut,” the, ii. 160.
Arickaras, the, i. 360.
Arkansas Indians, the, i. 356.
Arkansas River, the, i. 319, 350,
359, 364, 367; the Canadian
Fork of, i. 368.
Armstrong, Lieutenant-Colonel, at
Annapolis, i. 198; governor of
Acadia, i. 201,202; on the polit-
ical work of the Acadian mis-
sionaries, i. 203, 204; succeeds
Governor Phillips, i. 208; un-
dertakes to force the Acadians
to take the oath of allegiance,
i. 208; ii. 312, 338.
Arnold, Benedict, i. 213.
Arrowsick Island, i. 224, 231, 237.
Artaguette, Lieutenant Diron d’,
reports on the charges against
Bienville, i. 307; i. 309, 322.
Artaguette, Pierre d', captured
and burned alive by the Chicka.
saws, i. 329.
Ash, Thomas, killed at Louisbourg,
ii. 109.
Ashuelot, fort at, ii. 215; Indian
attack on, ii. 215.
Ashuelot River, the, ii. 214.
Assagunticooks, the, attend the
council at Georgetown, i. 224.
Assiniboin River, the, ii. 14, 15, 20.

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