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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Francis Parkman (1823–1893)

Parkman, Francis. An eminent American historian; born at Boston, Sept. 16, 1823; died at Jamaica Plain, MA, Nov. 8, 1893. He wrote: ‘The Oregon Trail: Prairie and Rocky Mountain Life’ (1849); ‘History of the Conspiracy of Pontiac’ (2 vols., 1851); ‘The Pioneers of France in the New World’ (1865); ‘The Jesuits in North America’ (1866); ‘La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West’ (1869); ‘The Old Régime in Canada’ (1874); ‘Count Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV.’ (1877); ‘Montcalm and Wolfe’ (2 vols., 1884); ‘A Half-Century of Conflict’ (2 vols., 1892). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).