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Gabriel Sagard (Seventeenth Century)

Sagard, Théodat Gabriel (sä-gär’). A French missionary to the Hurons in the seventeenth century. He wrote: ‘Travels to the Huron Country, situate in America, toward the Freshwater Sea and the Uttermost Limits of New France, called Canada’ (1632); also a ‘History of Canada and the journey made by the Friars Minor Recollets thither for the conversion of the unbelievers’ (1636).