Caughnawaga


Caughnawaga
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  • Caughnawaga — • Also known as Sault St. Louis. An Iroquois reservation, situated on the south bank of the St. Lawrence, about ten miles above Montreal Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Caughnawaga     Caughnawaga …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Caughnawaga — or Kahnawake can refer to: *Kahnawake 14, Quebec Mohawk reserve *present Auriesville, New York *Caughnawaga, New York, established in 1788 and named after a local Mohawk community, was a large town, constituting much of Montgomery County north of …   Wikipedia

  • Caughnawaga — Kahnawake (Mohawk: Kahnawá:ke, englisch früher Caughnawaga) ist ein Mohawk Indianerreservat in Québec, Kanada. Es liegt am Südufer des Sankt Lorenz Stroms gegenüber von Montreal. Mit 7.330 Einwohnern ist Kahnawake das größte Reservat Québecs [1] …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • caughnawaga — ˌkägnəˈwägə noun ( s) Usage: capitalized Etymology: Mohawk Gahnawa ge, literally, at the rapids : a native or inhabitant of Caughnawaga, a settlement founded by the French near Montreal, Canada, for Mohawk converts to Christianity …   Useful english dictionary

  • caughnawaga — caugh·na·wa·ga …   English syllables

  • Caughnawaga Indians —    A community of Iroquois, chiefly drawn from the Oneida and Mohawk, and speaking a modification of the Mohawk tongue. Having been converted by the Jesuit missionaries, they were induced to settle in 1668 at La Prairie, near Montreal. In 1676… …   The makers of Canada

  • Thomas Grassmann — Rev. Thomas Grassmann, OFM Conv, (December 18, 1890 October 1, 1970) was a Conventual Franciscan friar and historian and archaeologist of Colonial New York, who discovered the site of the Mohawk American Village of Caughnawaga near Fonda, New… …   Wikipedia

  • Pierre de Lauzon — (known as Gannenrontié among the Iroquois) (bapt. September 13, 1687, Leignes sur Fontaine, Vienne, France mdash;September 5, 1742, Quebec) was a noted eighteenth century Jesuit missionary in New France. Though sometimes mentioned as Jean, in his …   Wikipedia

  • Kahnawake — Kahnawake, vers 1910 Administration Pays  Canada …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Kanawake — Kahnawake Kahnawake Ajouter une image Administration Pays  Canada …   Wikipédia en Français


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