Relation de ce qui s'est passé dans la Mission de l'Immaculée Conception : au pays des Illinois, depuis le mois de Mars 1693, jusqu'en Fevrier 1694 / par le R. Père Jacques Gravier, de la Compagnie de Jésus.

; Mission de l'Immaculée Conception
A Manate : De la Presse Cramoisy de Jean-Marie Shea, 1857. In French.

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Other Authors Mission de l'Immaculée Conception.
Subjects Illinois Indians -- Missions.
Kaskaskia Indians -- Missions.
Series Shea's Cramoisy Press series ; no. 1.
Description 65 p. ; 19 cm.
Notes Autograph note on verso of t.-p. "No. 99. J.G. Shea"; at end "John G. Shea." no. 16.
This mission was located at the Indian village of Kaskaskia, near the present Utica, La Salle Co., Ill. The village was occupied by the Kaskaskias and other tribes of the Illinois confederacy. About 1700 it was abandoned, the Kaskaskias removing to the present Kaskaskia, near the mouth of the Illinois River.
Geographic Area Illinois
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