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The route to James Bay from the St. Lawrence, to Fort Charles St. John, Ashuapmouchouan river, lake Mistassini, and the Rupert river. This route which was first traversed by Father Albanel S.
The route to James Bay from the St.
Lawrence, to Fort Charles St. John, Ashuapmouchouan river, lake Mistassini, and the Rupert river.
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This route which was first traversed by Father Albanel S. The route was guarded by seven forts or fortified stations from Fort Tadoussac at the mouth of the Saguenay to Fort Charles.
Three routes led to Fort Moose called by the French fort St. Louis, Monsippi, or Monsonis at the mouth of the Moose river. This route was guarded by at least eight forts between Montreal and Fort Moose. The fort at Michipicoten protected this route. A third route was from Three Rivers on the St. Lawrence, ascended the St. Maurice river to height of land, thence by lake Mattagami and the Nottaway river to James Bay. This route was first used by the Algonquin Indians and their allies to avoid the Iroquois Indians on the St.
Anne, also Fort Chichitouan, or Quichichouanne, the route led from Fort Nipigon at the outlet of Nipigon river, through lake Nipigon, the Ombabika river to the Ogoki river, a branch of the Albany river. Annefour forts controlled the route. Another route was by Long Lake and the Kenogami river to Albany river. The route from lake Superior to the far west began at Fort Kaministiquia at the mouth of the Kaministiquia river, followed the Kaministiquia route see below to Rainy Lake and Lake of the Woods, thence by the Winnipeg river to lake Winnipeg.
Two routes from lake Winnipeg led to the Saskatchewan river: one traversed lake Winnipeg, the northern part of which was called by the French lake Bourbon, to the northern terminus of the lake, ascended the Grand Rapids to Cedar lake and thence to the forks of the Saskatchewan river.
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The second route ascended the Red river from lake Winnipeg to its junction with the Assiniboine, passing up the latter river to the portage leading to lake Manitoba at Fort chzt Reinemills lakes Manitoba and Winnipegosis to Idles lake and thence westward by the Saskatchewan. It was never more than an outpost and was deserted before Five chief routes led from the Great Lakes to the Mississippi river.
A second route led from the western end of lake Erie, where Toledo now stands, by the Maumee river to the head waters of the Wabash, which falls into the Ohio. This was a favourite route guarded by four forts. A third route was from the southern end of lake Michigan at the site of Chicagoby the Des Plaines river to the Illinois river and thence to the Ohio. This was the route followed by La Salle in to the Mississippi.
At St. Joseph situated on the southeast shore of lake Michigan a fourth route led by the St. Joseph river to the Illinois river and by the Ohio to the Mississippi. The fifth route led from the southern end of Green bay, on the west side of lake Michigan, by the Fox river and portage to miille Wisconsin. This was the old French route up to the time of the cession of Canada.
After that time it was entirely forgotten for nearly 50 years until it was rediscovered by Roderick Mackenzie in After the conquest, the free traders and then the North West Company followed the Grande Portage route see below until after the recognition of the independence of the United States when the fact of its being on foreign territory un to the substitution of the original millw by the Kaministiquia river.
The memorandum is dated November 12, and is as follows: In coming out we islss the Kaministiquia river. We go up that river for 30 miles after which there is a portage of about 10 acres where we shoulder the canoes.
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After the portage there is a rapid about 30 miles long and from the said rapid there is a portage of 1 acre. Nine miles from said portage there is another one frree 3 miles in length, called Dog portage, after which we enter a lake about 9 miles long to reach the same river Kaministiquia, which we follow for 45 miles. After which there is a portage of 3 miles and there is a lake without any outlet being in the middle of a swamp i. This lake is about 30 acres wide and is at height of land.
At the end of this lake we have to portage through swamp for about 3 miles. Then we enter a river that is about 30 miles long and which goes down into Canoe lake. We cross this lake for some 18 miles to the right and enter a bay where we portage over a poplar point for about 3 acres. Thence we come upon a little river filled with wild llne and along which we travel for 3 days in canoes, making 50 miles a day.
After that we come to a fall where there is about 1 acre of portage. At the end of this portage there is a rocky strait about 1 acre long which extends to the foot of Christinaux lake i. Rainy lake or lake Takimamiwen Cree miles from Kaministiquia. This lake is about miles around. We is,es along the left bank for a distance of 24 miles, at the end of which the lake empties into and forms the river Takimamiwen, mile called Ouichichick by the Crees. For 8 days we go down lline river for a distance of miles without meeting any rapids Rainy river.
Six miles from the entrance of this river a little portage of about 1 acre must be made. On coming out of this river we enter the Lac des Isles, otherwise called by the Blackstone people Lake of the Assiniboines Lake of the Woods. This lake on the south side is lined with barren expanses, while on the north side it is covered with all kinds of wood and fringed with islands. At the end of this lake is a river that flows into the Western sea according to Indian reports.
On my trip from Grande Portage to Lac La PluieI met a family of Indians at the height of land and accidentally learned of a water route from lake Superior to lake La Pluie navigable for large canoes and would siles the Grande Portage. Being acquainted milke entrance of route Cchat proceeded, reached a post of the Company and procured a guide to accompany me to Caministiquiabeing the first to reach Grande Portage from Lac la Pluie by water route.
It was used by the French formerly. In the Directors sent Umfreville to find a route through Nipigon to Winnipeg river which was reported impracticable. The French forts were destroyed by fire.
A few vestiges were seen in Kaministiquia means river of difficult entrance. This route is shown on map in Hind 's Expedition and islles in vol. At Mountain portage the North Chst Co. Grande Portage or Pigeon River route was first mentioned in a Memoir dated by an officer named Pachot who wrote that "the route thought most favourable to test was by way of a small river Nantokouagane about 7 leagues from Kaministigoya": This was the Pigeon river.
Although the French did not follow this route regularly, they had evidently traversed it. It was the regular route of the North West Co. The Grande Portage was quite hilly and was divided by the voyageurs into 16 posts or stops, 3 leagues from one to the other. Fifteen days were required to cross the portage from lake Superior. The distance from Grande Portage to Lake of the Woods by Pigeon river route is miles; by the Kaministiquia route miles.
By the Grande Portage it is 60 miles to height of land and the distance across the Grands Portage itself is 9 miles. La Salle returning from Montreal to Michilimackinac in followed this route. Alexander Henry Senior crossed it in company of Indians The North West Company used this route to some extent as shorter than the Ottawa - Nipissing route to the west aboutemploying sailing vessels on lake Ontario, and it was much travelled before the introduction of steam vessels on the lakes.
The old Indian trail was followed and troops were employed in constructing the road. Montreal to Fort Kaministiquia by Ottawa river.
This was the regular route to the west followed for nearly two centuries by the French and their successors in the fur trade. It was controlled in the 17th century by the Algonquin Indians, excepting the Iroquois inro from time to time. Leave La Chine —St. Roche Capitaine paces—6 leagues to—Port. Islex river to lake Nipissing. Grosse Roche paces—Port. Paresseux paces—Port. Pin de Musique paces—Port. Mauvais de Musique where many canoemen were killed —Port.
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Turtle 83 paces—lake Turtle—Port. Joseph 40 miles to Michilimackinac 50 miles to Falls Ste. Marie— leagues from Sault Ste. Marie to Fort Kaministiquia by way of north shore of lake Superior. From Acadia to Quebec the ancient route followed the St. John river from the Bay of Fundy to mouth of the Madawaska river, ascending that river to lake Temiscouata and then by portage trail to the St. This was the old Indian trail and was the customary line of communication in after years between Halifax and Quebec.
Forts on the St. Lawrence River Along the north shore of the St.
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Lawrence from the Strait of Belle Isle to the vicinity of Montreal no fewer than twenty-six forts had been constructed by the French and several on the south shore. They were generally located at the mouths of rivers where trade was carried on with the Indians who descended from the interior of Labrador. These posts were also depots for seal and whale fisheries, some dating back to the early sixteenth century.
They afforded protection also against the Esquimaux who inhabited the shores of the St. Lawrence and Labrador as far west as the Saguenay river up to the beginning of the eighteenth century and were very troublesome. Many of these posts were located in the King's Domain and one or two in the seigniory of Mingan.
mi,le The King's Domain Domaine du Royknown also as Postes du Roi, and Traite de Tadoussac, was the ancient Indian kingdom of Saguenay extending eastward from the Saguenay river to the Cormorant Islands near Anticosti, being bounded on the east by the seigniory of Mingan and on the north and north-west by the height of land and lake Mistassini.