3 edition of Let"s go down the Mississippi with La Salle found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Naomi Buchheimer ; illustrated by Albert Micale|
|Contributions||Micale, Albert, ill|
|LC Classifications||F1030.5 .B9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||48 p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||62014392|
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Salle of the Mississippi. New York, Morrow  (OCoLC) Named Person: Robert Cavelier La Salle, sieur de; Robert Cavelier La Salle, sieur de; Robert Cavelier La Salle, sieur de; Robert Cavelier La Salle, sieur de: Material Type: Elementary and junior high school: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ronald Syme; William. The La Salle Expedition on the Mississippi River presents the definitive English translation of Nicolas de La Salle's diary account of Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle's discovery expedition of the Mississippi River from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. This previously unknown manuscript copy was discovered recently in the collection of rare books in the Texas State Archives.4/5(1).
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La Salle deserves this in-depth children's book, which reveals the details of this courageous, determined explorer who accomplished the formidable task of completing the journey down the Mississippi from the Great Lakes.5/5(4). The La Salle Expedition on the Mississippi River presents the definitive English translation of Nicolas de La Salle’s diary account of René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle’s discovery expedition of the Mississippi River from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
This previously unknown manuscript copy was discovered recently in the collection of rare books in the Texas State Archives/5(2). Sieur De La Salle's journey might not come to the conclusion readers would believe, but his story is one worth knowing.
The only negative about this book was a misprint on page 24 giving King Louise XVI credit for having made La Salle the governor of Fort Frontenac instead of Louis the XIV.4/5. A kid wins the job of cook's helper by being the best potato peeler--his knife skills having been honed carving his own canoe--and gets the opportunity to go down the Mississippi River on a huge raft made of timber going to market.
The book wasn't one of my favorites when I was a kid, but I remember it being a pretty good read/5. La Salle wanted to establish a colony at the mouth of the Mississippi, so in late he left for France to pick up supplies and settlers for such a colony.
Last Expedition InLa Salle sailed from France for the Gulf of Mexico with 4 ships and more than colonists, but sailed past the mouth of the Mississippi River by mistake. The Waterway and Its Pilgrims The story movements to an exchange of different adventurers who experienced the Mississippi Stream, running from Marquette to La Salle to the recently referenced DeSoto.
Twain furnishes insights about their cooperation with the Mississippi while investigating it. Joliet and Marquette landed to the Mississippi intersection by method for Wisconsin. The King commissioned a series showing La Salle’s expedition in this former French dominion, against the backgrounds both men knew so well; together they sat down and planned the scenes.
In time Catlin delivered them, as stipulated, to the Louvre—just before the outbreak of the Revolution of The monarch fled and Catlin was never paid. Buy a cheap copy of LA Salle: Down the Mississippi (Great book by Harold Faber.
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Daniel Spurr. Published by Henry Holt and Co. ISBN The French explorer Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, was born on Novem The discovery of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers was still a far-off dream.
La Salle travelled all over Montreal and Quebec between andand not—as some contemporaries and biographers claimed—anywhere near the Mississippi River. Get this from a library. La Salle: down the Mississippi. [Harold Faber] -- A biography of the French explorer who sailed down the Mississippi River and claimed a vast territory for France.
Courtesy of The Historic New Orleans Collection. Rene-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle. Goupil and Company (Publisher) D uring the s, René-Robert Cavelier, sieur de La Salle, led two expeditions in search of the Mississippi River’s outlet to the Gulf of s Marquette and Louis Joliet preceded La Salle by a decade, though they only went as far as the Arkansas River before.
Description. The La Salle Expedition on the Mississippi River presents the definitive English translation of Nicolas de La Salle's diary account of René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle's discovery expedition of the Mississippi River from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.
This previously unknown manuscript copy of a diary by Nicolas La Salle (who was not related to the explorer) was. René-Robert Cavelier, sieur de La Salle, (born NovemRouen, France—died Manear Brazos River [now in Texas, U.S.]), French explorer in North America, who led an expedition down the Illinois and Mississippi rivers and claimed all the region watered by the Mississippi and its tributaries for Louis XIV of France.
LaSalle, the Mississippi, and the Gulf book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Three centuries after the French explorer La Salle 5/5(2).La Salle’s main goal and mission for his expedition down the Mississippi River is to establish a trade network with villages along the way(C).
He traveled along the river in hopes of establishing fur trading posts near the Mississippi River. 2 votes.Synopsis. Born in Rouen, France, on NovemRené-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle was an explorer best known for leading an expedition down the Illinois and Mississippi :