Excerpt from Voyages of Samuel De Champlain, Vol. 3: Translated From the French
This Englifh tranﬂation contains not only the complete narratives of all the perfonal explorations made by Cham plain into the then unbroken forefis of America, but the whole of his minute, ample, and invaluable defcriptions of the chaméter and habits, mental, moral, and phyfica], of the various favage tribes with which he came in contagt. It will furniih, therefore, to the fiudent of hiftory and the ftudent of ethnology moit valuable information, unfurpaffed in rich nefs and extent, and which cannot be obtained from any other fource. To aid one or both of thefe two claﬂ'es in their invefiigations, the work was undertaken and has now been completed.
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