Letourneau: the westward trail, 1585-1899

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D.M. Proulx, 2001 - Reference - 409 pages
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Unless this book has been re-written or has gone through a second publication, I wouldn't recommend this book for the simple reason that there are WAY too many errors! Paragraphs are mixed up and or uncompleted, there are errors in spelling & grammar and there are errors in the early history of the family as in children of families in with the wrong families!
I found the first part of the book (the history) inaccurate and in some cases, confusing. Maybe because the paragraphs didn't flow correctly. This book should have had a "proof reader".
The good thing about this book however, is the stories of the "descendants" of the 19th & 20th century. It is also good as a "family" reference if you are interested in "who's who" and how you are related to that family. Also good if you want to connect with long lost relatives across Canada!
 

Contents

Chapter II New France Canada 1600
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Chapter III David Estourneau circa 1575
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Chapter V Bernard Letourneau 1673 1750
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