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Le beau port, 1613.

Author(s): Champlain, Samuel de, 1567-1635.


Title: Le beau port, 1613.


Publisher: Paris: 1613.


Physical Description: 1 oversized item: 8.75x10.25 in.


Summary: Consists of a map of the area around present day Gloucester, Mass. by Samuel de Champlain.


Notes: Relief shown pictorially.

This map was page 119 in a series of maps by Samuel de Champlain titled "Les Voyages du Sieur de Champlain."

Publication or reproduction requires written permission from authorizing agent of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation.

Samuel de Champlain was a French explorer who founded Quebec in 1608. In 1605, he sailed by the area of present day Gloucester, Mass. and in 1606 camped there several nights.


Language Note: In French.


Subject(s): Gloucester (Mass.) --Maps --Early works to 1800.

New England --Maps --Early works to 1800.


Genre or Material Type: Pictorial maps.



Call Number: MSS 141


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