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... And His Son Robert

Written by
Barbara Reaume Sandre

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141 pages,
ISBN: 9780888876850
$19.95 CA

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About the Book " . . . And His Son Robert" is the second in a series of novels about the author´s Reaume ancestors. It follows the harrowing experiences of Robert Reaume, a true first generation Canadian and a voyageur. His travels brought him from Montreal to Detroit, Michilimackinac, Indiana and beyond. His expertise and reliability as a paddler and a trader landed him a contract to escort Madames Cadillac and de Tonty to join their husbands, the commandant and second in command at the new fort in Detroit. It is a moving love and adventure story which weaves into it the history of our great country in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

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About the Author Barbara Reaume Sandre
Barbara Reaume Sandre has spent over twenty years doing genealogical research on her family. She is a member of the Essex County Genealogical Society. Barbara taught mathematics at St.Clair College in Windsor and then at Essex District High school for 28 years.

She is enjoying her fourth year of retirement. Barbara lives in Windsor, Ontario, with her husband Richard. They have two daughters. She also runs a small gift shop in her home and in Grand Bend. When not doing research or working in her gift shop, Barbara enjoys gardening, bird watching, and shopping.

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