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Pierre Joseph Olivier Chauveau (1820–1890)

Chauveau, Pierre Joseph Olivier (shō-vō’). A Canadian statesman and writer of prose and verse; born in Quebec, May 30, 1820; died there, April 4, 1890. Among his contributions to literature were many popular poems, including ‘Simple Joys’; ‘Donnaconna’; ‘Letters to M. de Puibusque’; also many valuable prose works: ‘Tour of H. R. H. Prince of Wales in America’ (1861); ‘Souvenirs and Legends’ (in prose and verse) (1877); and ‘François Xavier Garneau, His Life and Works’ (1883).