Fonds MC8 - Hache family

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Hache family

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1 cm of textual records

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The letters in this fonds were photocopied by Fidèle Thériault from the archives of the Bishop of Trois Rivières and from the archives of the Société Historique Nicolas-Denys. The text of several has been published in La Revue d'Histoire de la Société Historique Nicolas-Denys.

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This fonds consists of eight letters from Thomas Cooke to François and André Hache, 1822 to 1841 and later. There is also a letter from François Hache to S.J. Desjardins, 1836; a deed from Isidore Robichaud and his wife to their son, 1820, and an appointment of Theophile Blanchard as branch pilot for the port of Caraquet, 1869. Included are three letters of Joseph Hache, 1936-1939.

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Presented by Fidèle Thériault, of Caraquet, NB, in 1971.


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  • French

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The letters from Thomas Cooke in Caraquet to the archdiocese of Québec can be found on microfilm F1810 (Missionary letters from New Brunswick).

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