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Louise Membertou, (Micmaque)

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Suffix  (Micmaque) 
Birth  1600 
Sex  Female 
Person ID  I6862  Default Tree 
Last Modified  07 Oct 2005 
 
Father  Henri Membertou, (Micmac Chief) 
Group Sheet  F109  Default Tree 
 
Family 1  Chas. Amador de St Etienne de la Tour, b. 1593, St. Just, Champagne, France 
Married  1626 
Children 
 1. Three daugthers (unknown names) de la Tour
Group Sheet  F2981  Default Tree 
 
Notes 
  • "Indians of the United States and Canada"

    Subarctic Area:
    Erskine, J. S. NOVA SCOTIA PRE-HISTORY. Dalhousie R.
    (Canada) 1964 44(1): 16-27. Describes the archaelolgical work
    begun in 1957 by the Nova Scotia Museum. This work was
    undertaken to study the long history of the Indians of Nova
    Scotia before the Europeans came in contact with them. Several
    types of Indians are distinguished: The "Blue-whin" people (ca.
    10,000 BC) who are considered to be the first true Nova
    Scotians; the Archaics (up to ca. 1500 BC); and the Micmacs,
    descendants of them all, and still in existence today.
    Considered particularly the most informative early site by the
    estuary of Bear River, Map: Indian Sites in Nova Scotia, p. 27.
 
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