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Carheil, the Jesuit, on the ruins of
Michilimackinac, i. 17; aversion
of Cadillac for, i. 19; his quar-
rels with Cadillac, i. 20, 30.
“Caribou,” the, ii. 62, 159, 160.
Carignan, regiment of, ii. 8.
Carolina, i. 148; French settle-
ment in, ii. 258; ii. 259, 262,
263, 264, 265, 266, 269.
Carolina traders, the, i. 321, 323.
Carter, Ebenezer, released from
Indian captivity, i. 87.
Carter, Marah, murdered by the
French and Indians, i. 65.
Carthagena expedition, the, ii. 72.
Cartier, Jacques, at Hochelaga, i.
Casco, i. 36, 39; attacked by the
French and Indians, i. 99.
Casco Bay, i. 129; the Boston
treaty ratified at, i. 255.
Casco, the treaty of, i. 39.
Casgrain, Abbé, i. 196, 211.
Castine, town of, i. 38, 122.
Castle William, ii. 157, 317.
Catholicism, bound up with the
old political order, i. 192.
Catholic Jacobites, ii. 177.
Catlin, George, the painter, among
the Mandans, ii. 20.
Catlin, John, killed by the French
and Indians, i. 64.
Catlin, Mrs. John, shows wonder-
ful generosity to a wounded
French officer, i. 64; death of,
Catlin, Joseph, attacked by the
French and Indians, i. 63.
Caughnawaga, ii. 236; see also
Sault St. Louis.
Caughnawaga, the Iroquois mis-
sion of, i. 13; the converted Iro-
quois settle at, i. 14; Eunice
Williams at, i. 80; i. 217, 234.
Caughnawagas, the, i. 13; carry
Chimney Point, ii. 254.
China, i. 368.
Choctaws, the, make war on the
French, i. 321 ; i. 324.
Choke-Cherry Indians, the, ii. 33;
village of, ii. 34.
Christian, the Mohawk, i. 248.
Church, Major Benjamin, at-
tacked by the French and In-
dians, i. 63; in King Philip's
War, i. 121; proposes a stroke
of retaliation against the French,
i. 121; Governor Dudley ap-
proves his plan, i. 121; attacks
Grand Pré, i. 123, at Port
Royal, i. 123.
Church, Thomas, on Major
Church's attack on Grand Pré, i.
123; on Major Church at Port
Royal, i. 124.
Cid, the, of Canada, see Iberville,
Le Moyne d'.
Cimarron, the, i. 367.
Circular Battery, the, at Louis-
bourg, ii. 130, 139.
Clairembault, the regiment of,
Clark, Captain, among the Man-
dans, ii. 17; makes his way to
the Pacific, ii. 35.
Clark, Fort, i. 367.
Cleaves, Lieutenant Benjamin, at
Louisbourg, ii. 1.12; his diary,
ii. 112, 144.
Clement, sells liquor to the In-
dians, ii. 213.
Clesson, Lieutenant, ii. 250, 251.
Clinton, governor of New York,
ii. 156; convenes the deputies
of the Five Nations at Al-
bany, ii. 206; dispute between
James de Lancey and, ii. 207;
hampered at every turn, ii. 207;
his controversy with the Assem-
bly, ii. 208; complains to New-
castle, ii. 209; sees the value of
William Johnson, ii.212.
Clock, George, ii. 213.
Cobb, Captain Sylvanus, ii. 164.
Cobequid, Girard at, ii. 185; ii.
187, 188, 200, 202. See also
Cobequid Bay, ii. 188.
Cockerill, Thomas, i. 137.
Cod fishery, ii. 318.
Coffin, i. 107.
Colbert, the minister, the whole-
some policy of, i. 4.
Cole, Isaac, killed by Indians, i. 52.
Colombière, ii. 185, 194.
Colorado, i. 367.
Colton, Mrs., i. 91.
Comanches, the, i. 359, 360, 361,
362, 363, 364.
Compagnie des Indes (Law's Mis-
sissippi Company), ii. 48.
Company of Rangers, the, ii. 339,
Company of the Colony of Can-
ada, the, founded by the King,
i. 29; the entire control of the
fur-trade given to, i. 29; bur-
dens of, i. 29; discontent, i. 30.
Conajoharie Castle, ii. 213.
Condé, Prince de, ii. 268.
Conflans, Captain de, ii. 158, 160,
Congregation of Missions, the, ii.
Connecticut, the colony of, i. 8;
unsuccessful expedition of the
French and Indians against the
settlements of, i. 95; refuses to
join an expedition against Port
Royal, i. 125; ordered to fur-
nish troops for the conquest of
Canada, i. 135; her prompt re-
sponse, i. 137; decides to attack
Port Royal, i. 145, 150; ordered
to make ready for the Canadian
expedition, i. 165; joins Shir.
ley's expedition against Louis-
bourg, ii. 69, 72; make-up of
her contingent, ii. 82; reim-
bursed by England for expen-
ditures on the Louisbourg
expedition, ii. 143; supports the
plan to conquer Canada, ii. 152;
promises to assist Boston in
case of French attack, ii. 157;
Connecticut River, the, i. 50; ii.
214, 217, 218, 221.
Continental war, the, i. 163.
Conway, i. 256.
Coos Meadows, the, i. 50, 76.
Copp's Hill, i. 166.
Corlaer, ii. 236, 265.
Cornbury, Lord, governor of New
York, i. 8, 59, 331.
Corsairs, the French, i. 112.
Corse, Elizabeth, marriage of, i. 89.
Cortlandt, contributes to the sup-
port of New York, i. 9.
Coste, Jacob, ii. 288.
Costebelle, governor at Placentia,
i. 133; on England's real pur-
pose in delaying promised aid
to New England, i. 156; warns
Vaudreuil of the English pre-
parations against Canada, i.
178; his mandate from the
King, i. 189; in command at
Louisbourg, i. 194; complains
of the apathy of the Acadians.
Côte de Beaupré, the, i. 348.
Coulon, see Williers, Coulon de.
County courts, the, i. 41.
Coureurs de bois, the, at Michili.
mackinac, i. 17; at Detroit, i.
279; at “the Illinois,” i. 328.
Courtemanche, falls ill at Boston
i. 87; ii. 185.
Covenanters, the, i.193.
Coxe, i. 303.
Crafts, Benjamin, diary of, ii. 148;
death of, ii. 148.
Craggs, Secretary, i. 198, 203,
Cranston, Governor, i. 181.
Crawford Notch, i. 256.
Creeks, the, i. 324.
Crespel, Père Emanuel, i. 339.
Cristineaux, the, ii. 10; offer to
join the French against the
Sioux, ii. 13; mislead La Véren-
drye concerning the Pacific, ii.
Croisil, on the Kennebec, i. 234.
Crow Indians, the, ii. 25.
Crown Point, i. 141 ; ii. 55; the
French intrenched at, ii. 55, 56;
La Corne urges the fortifying
of, ii. 56; fort built at, ii. 56;
Shirley plans to attack, ii. 156,
207, 234; Rigaud at, ii. 254;
description of, ii. 254, 255; de-
molished by Amherst, ii. 255;
Crozat, Antoine, Louisiana farmed
out to, i. 310; extent of his
monopoly, i. 311 ; his disappoint-
ments, i. 315; gives up his char-
ter, i. 315.
Cummings, William, wounded in
Lovewell's expeditions against
the Indians, i. 260.
Cushnoc, stone fort at, i. 222.
Cutter, Captain Ammi, at Canseau,
DAccARRETTE, Sieur, ii. 290, 291,
Daguenet, at Louisbourg, ii. 280.
D'Aillebout, Captain, see Aillebout,
Dakota Indians, the, ii. 34.
Damariscotta River, the, ii. 65.
D'Anville, Duc, see Anville, Due
D'Argenson, see Argenson, D’.
Darien Scheme, the, i. 134.
Dartmouth College, i. 91.
Dartmouth, Earl of, i. 192.
Daulnay, Jean, marriage of, i. 89.
Dauphin, the lost, son of Louis
XVI., i. 91.
Dauphin Battery, the, at Louis-
bourg, ii. 111.
Dauphin, Fort, on Lake Manitoba,
Dauphin Island, French establish-
ment at, i. 306, 309, 312.
Dauphin's Bastion, the, at Louis-
bourg, ii. 130, 279, 286,297,298
301, 302, 303, 305.
D'Auteuil, see Auteuil, D'.
Davis, in the defence of Haverhill
against the French and Indians,
Davis, Eleazer, wounded by the
Pequawkets, i. 265,266.
Deas, D., ii. 162, 164.
Debeline, General, ii. 223.
Deerfield, village of, i. 56; loca-
tion of, i. 57; reinforced with a
garrison, i. 59; attacked by the
French and Indians, i. 59–66;
the captives, i. 67; loss suffered
by the French, i. 68; not aban-
doned, i. 69; again attacked by
the French and Indians, i. 95;
ii. 148, 242, 245, 249,250, 254.
Deerfield River, ii. 250, 251.
De Gannes, see Gannes, De.
Degonner, the Jesuit; his theory
concerning the Pacific, ii. 10.
De Goutin, see Goutin, M. de.
De Lancey, James, see Lancey,
De Léry, see Léry, De.
De l'Isle, see L'Isle, De.
De Muys, see Muys, De.
Denis, ii. 259,262.
Denonville, Marquis de, recog-
nizes the importance of possess-
ing Detroit, i. 22; ii. 53.
Denys, M. de la Ronde, i. 157;
sent to treat with the “Bas-
tonnais,” i. 159; taken pris-
oner, i. 160; on the losses of
the English expedition against
Canada, i. 181; sent to Annapo-
lis, i. 194; in the Acadian settle-
ments, i. 196.
“Deptford,” the, i. 125.
Derniers, Moise des, on the illit-
eracy of the Acadians, ii. 173.
Deruisseau, i. 141.
Des Chaillons, Saint-Ours, com-
mands an expedition against
New England, i. 96.
Deschenaux, ii. 274.
Des Enclaves, Père, i. 202.
Desliettes, in command in the Il-
linois country, i. 336; proposes
to exterminate the Outagamies,
i. 336; joins Lignery's exper
dition, i. 338.
Desligneris, ii. 185, 190.
“Despatch,” the, i. 173.
Destonnel, Mr., ii. 330.
D'Estournel, Vice-Admiral, see
Estournel, Vice Admiral d’.
Destrahoudal, M., ii. 166, 167.
Des Ursins, La Loire, i. 329.
Detroit, important location of, i.
22; ii. 57; occupied by Du
Lhut, i. 22; Livingston urges
the occupation of, i. 22; its
rivalry with Michilimackinac, i.
23; Cadillac's plans for, i. 23;
proposed restriction of the
beaver-trade to, i. 23; Cadillac
lays the foundations for, i. 28;
in the hands of the company of
the Colony of Canada, i. 29; is
given over to Cadillac, i. 32; the
Indian population at, i. 275;
Dubuisson in command at, i.279;
its loss of strength in the de-
parture of La Mothe-Cadillac,
Detroit, fort, i. 279.
Detroit River, the, i. 29.
Dièreville, i. 131.
Dieskau, Baron, flotilla of, i. 237.
Dion, ii. 289, 291.
Doddridge, i. 51.
Dominique, Father, i. 196.
Doolittle, Rev. Benjamin, ii. 222;
on the defence of Number Four,
ii. 229; sketch of, ii. 232; his
sudden death, ii. 233; his fa-
mous narrative, ii. 233,234.
Dorchester, joins the expedition
against Port Royal, i. 126; i.
Dorman, Ephraim, ii. 215.
Doty, ii. 249.
Doucette, at Annapolis, i. 196.
Douglas, Dr., on the plan to attack
Louisbourg, ii. 64, 86, 112, 118;
on the attack on the Island Bat-
tery, ii. 122; on the life at
Louisbourg after the conquest,
Dover, attacked by French and
Indians, i. 95, 99.
Downing, Joshua, killed by In-
dians, i. 52.
“Dragon,” the, i. 136, 147, 151.
Dragonades, the, i. 4.
Drake, S. G., ii. 234.
Drowned Lands, the, ii. 237.
Dubuisson, Sieur, in command at
Detroit, i. 279; dangerous visi
tors, i. 280; timely succor, i.
282; attacks the camp of the
Outagamies, i. 285; the siege, i.
286; overtures from the enemy,
i. 287; renewed hostilities, i.
290; wavering allies, i. 291; the