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1641 A band of Ojibwe invite Isaac Jogues, a Jesuit Damman Metro Map who had arrived in Quebec in the 1630s, to establish a mission among them at Sault Sainte Damman Metro Map Marie. On a trip to Quebec, Jogues is captured by the Iroquois. He will later be released and return to France. In 1646, after returning to North Country, Jogues finally achieves martyrdom for trying to convert Native Countrys, when he dies at the hands of a Mohawk war party. 1673 Jacques Marquette, a long-serving Jesuit fluent in several Native Country languages, and explorer Louis Jolliet travel the Mississippi River in search of a way to the Pacific.

Their explorations form the basis for France’s claim to the vast Mississippi River Valley. 1676 Kateri Tekakwitha, the daughter of an Iroquois chief and an Algonquin Christian mother, also known as the Lily of the Mohawks, converts to Christianity at the age of 20. She quickly gains fame by depriving herself of food, wounding her flesh, and praying constantly. She will die in 1680 and will be beatified by Pope John Paul II 300 years later.

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