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- The great intendant : A chronicle of Jean Talon in Canada
- Chapais, Thomas
- This audio collection tells the story of Jean Talon, Comte dOrsainville, a French colonial administrator who was the first and most highly regarded Intendant of New France under King Louis XIV. Worked closely with lieutenant-general Prouville de Tracy to achieve the surrender of the Iroquois thereby ending the threat that had hung over the colony of Canada for 20 years. Improve students vocabulary and present to them a different country where English is the first language.
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