Chronicles of Canada Volume 06 - The Great Intendant: A Chronicle of Jean Talon…

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Talon worked closely with lieutenant-general Prouville de Tracy to achieve the surrender of the Iroquois in 1627, thereby ending the threat that had hung over the colony for 20 years. Although Talon did not join the troops in the field, at Tracy's request, he had a very large share in the success of the French arms through his constant and meticulous care in placing at the disposition of the army everything that was necessary for the war, despite the poverty of the colony, the lack of roads, and the distances. Summary by Wikipedia.

(2 hr 55 min)


To The Rescue Of New France 11:23 Read by J. M. Smallheer
New France In 1665 22:39 Read by John Rose
The Iroquois Subdued 17:44 Read by Esther
A Colonial Colbert 31:41 Read by Jc Guan
The Intendant And The Sovereign Council 32:09 Read by Robin Cotter
Talon And The Clergy 17:04 Read by Robin Cotter
Talon's Eventful Journey 12:50 Read by Kevin McAsh
Renewed Efforts And Progress 17:50 Read by Robin Cotter
Talon's Administration Ends 11:40 Read by Kevin McAsh