Joseph Mèdard Carrière microfilm collection [manuscript] 1722-1892.


Carrière, Joseph Mèdard, 1900-1970,. Joseph Mèdard Carrière microfilm collection [manuscript] 1722-1892.

Joseph Mèdard Carrière microfilm collection [manuscript] 1722-1892.

Collection chiefly concerns the French in North America. There are mss. by or regarding Charles Balthazar Julien Fevret de Saint-Memin, Ludwig Auhust Dieskau, Thomas Jefferson, Louis Joseph, Marquiz de Montcalm de Saint-Veran, Francis Parkman, Hermann Maurice, Count de Saxe, John Dawson Gilmary Shea, William Short, & Alexis Charles Henri Maurice Cleret de Tocqueville.

7 microfilm reels (positive).

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