Text in English and French, each with special t.p. and separate paging. French text on inverted pages.
|Statement||[Paul Wyczynski, Pierre Savard].|
|Contributions||Savard, Pierre., National Library of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80, 80 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||78004846|
Francois-Xavier Garneau / textes choisis et presentes par Arsene Lauziere Garneau, F.-X. (François Xavier), [ Book: ]. 15 June at Quebec, son of François-Xavier Garneau and Gertrude Amiot-Villeneuve; m. on 25 Aug. , at Quebec, Marie-Esther Bilodeau, and they had ten children; d. during the night of 2–3 Feb. in his native town. A French Canadian historian, b. at Quebec, 15 June, , of François-Xavier Garneau and Gertrude Amiot; d. 2 February, After a short elementary course, he studied law, having succeeded by private effort in supplying the lack of classical held the office of city clerk from till his death. In appeared the first volume of his "Histoire du Canada", an heroic. Garneau, F.-X. (François-Xavier), Title ; Close. Social Networks and Archival Context. SNAC is a discovery service for persons, families, and organizations found within archival collections at cultural heritage institutions. Sponsors. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Histoire du Canada Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Garneau, F.-X. (François-Xavier), ; Garneau, Hector, Publication date Publisher Paris: F. AlcanPages: François-Xavier Garneau. Garneau, François-Xavier (), historian, was born at Quebec, Lower Canada, on J He was educated at the Quebec Seminary, and became a notary public. In he accompanied D. B. Viger to England and France as . An abridged edition of the author's Voyage en Angleterre et en France, dans les années , et François-Xavier Garneau, (born J , Quebec, Lower Canada [now Quebec, Can.]—died Feb. 3, , Quebec), first outstanding French-Canadian historian, known as the father of Canadian historiography.. The son of a carriage maker, Garneau left school at the age of 14 and entered the court clerk’s office and two years later a notary’s firm, becoming a notary himself in
GARNEAU, FRANÇOIS XAVIER (–), historian of Canada, was a member of an old French family from the diocese of Poitiers. His grandfather was a farmer at St. Augustin, and his father, by trade a saddler, took part in speculations which seriously hampered the education of . François-Xavier Garneau (–), a French Canadian notary, poet, civil servant and liberal François-Xavier Lalanne (–), a French sculptor and engraver François-Xavier Larue (–), a farmer, notary and political figure in Lower Canada. Garneau, François-Xavier François-Xavier Garneau, notary, civil servant, poet, historian (b at Québec City 15 June ; d there 3 Feb ). The greatest writer of 19th-century French Canada and its most important historian, he had a major influence on the thinking and letters of his time. A French Canadian historian, b. at Quebec, 15 June, , of François-Xavier Garneau and Gertrude Amiot; d. 2 February, After a short elementary course, he studied law, having succeeded by private effort in supplying the lack of classical instruction. He held the office of.