[E–pub New] (Bon Appetit!: Shawnee Hunter Georges Drouillard's List of Fine Dining Establishments Along the Lewis and Clark Trail, As of A.D. 1806 and The Life and Times of Georges P. Drouillard) by Richard Gaffney


Bon Appetit!: Shawnee Hunter Georges Drouillard's List of Fine Dining Establishments Along the Lewis and Clark Trail, As of A.D. 1806 and The Life and Times of Georges P. Drouillard

Bon Appetit!: Shawnee Hunter Georges Drouillard's List of Fine Dining Establishments Along the Lewis and Clark Trail, As of A.D. 1806 and The Life and Times of Georges P. Drouillard summary ô 108 free read ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Richard Gaffney About the Book Bon Appet t When Georges Drouillard the hired civilian hunter and interpreter accompanied Captains Lewis and Clark on their Voyage of Discovery there were no fine dining establishments along the Mississippi River Today there are and Part I of this book provides travelers of the Lewis and Clark Trail guidance to some of the best in both fine dining and trailside fare Called Drewyer in the Journals of Lewis and Clark this adept hunter was also a valued interpreter for the expedition Few people know that he was a Shawnee man whose residence was in the area of Cape Girardeau Missouri both before and after the famous journey to the Pacific Ocean In Part II of the book The Life and Times of Georges P Drouillard readers learnabout the historical cultural and geographic context of this man Drewyer who deserves to be better known and appreciated YOU are invited to come along for the ride Enjoy What others have had to say about Bon Appet t and The Life and Times ofGeorges P Drouillard George Drouillard was a major factor.

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Bon Appetit!: Shawnee Hunter Georges Drouillard's List of Fine Dining Establishments Along the Lewis and Clark Trail, As of A.D. 1806 and The Life and Times of Georges P. Drouillard summary ô 108 free read ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Richard Gaffney And who related to him tales of growing up on an island on the coast of Maine where the Penobscot Indians fished and sold woven ash baskets to the summer people Mr Gaffney later lived among the Wabanaki people and learned some of the language He took his French and Indian roots and his historian s skills and became an author and historical re enactor over many decades In Mr Gaffney was one of many re enactors who followed Col Benedict Arnold s famous March to u bec in the autumn of He and Mrs Gaffney and their children marched in parade in Boston Massachusetts on the occasion of the visit of ueen Elizabeth II of Great Britain in He also participated in the re enactment of the famed Battle of Bennington of The family moved to Missouri in Now an elder of the native people Mr Gaffney brings his understanding and appreciation of his French Canadian and Algonuian Indian roots to bear in his portrayal of Georges P Drouillard the famous Shawnee and Canadian hunter and interpreter of the Lewis and Clark Expedition of Northwest Discove.

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Bon Appetit!: Shawnee Hunter Georges Drouillard's List of Fine Dining Establishments Along the Lewis and Clark Trail, As of A.D. 1806 and The Life and Times of Georges P. Drouillard summary ô 108 free read ß eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF õ Richard Gaffney In the success of the Lewis Clark Expedition His story is seldom told but your manuscript shedslight on this outstanding man of Shawnee and French Canadian ancestry Your research and view of Drouillard helps the reader understand him better Jane Randol Jackson author of Cape Girardeau and the Corps of Discovery in We Proceeded On Vol No February I keep my copy in my lap desk It is very handy Thomas Jefferson Patrick LeeRichard M Gaffney earned his BA and MA degrees in American History at the University of Maine Orono Maine Born in Maine Mr Gaffney had a grandfather Joseph DeGagn who was born on an island in the St Lawrence River in the Province of u bec Canada In the th Century Mr DeGagn and his brother Georges sailed by sloop down the St Lawrence River and then north to the coast of Labrador where they engaged in trading with the Indians of that region He shared those stories with his grandson many years later in the mid th Century Mr Gaffney had a grandmother whom he called Nokomis my grandmother in Wabanaki Indian language.

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  • Bon Appetit!: Shawnee Hunter Georges Drouillard's List of Fine Dining Establishments Along the Lewis and Clark Trail, As of A.D. 1806 and The Life and Times of Georges P. Drouillard
  • Richard Gaffney
  • Anglais
  • 17 March 2020
  • 9781425951238

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