Frontenac

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Louis-Hector De Callières
... The situation of the colony at that time was most critical, owing to Frontenac's departure, the weakness of Governor de la Barre, and the woeful error of the French ... XIV to invade New England by land and sea, and obtained the reappointment of Frontenac as governor ... A valiant and experienced soldier, he aided Frontenac in saving New France from the Iroquois and in raising the prestige of the French flag ...
Chateau St. Louis - Second Chateau
... the same site began in 1694 under Governor General Louis de Buade de Frontenac ... Frontenac died there in 1698 ... The site of the New Chateau is now occupied by the Chateau Frontenac Hotel, which is named after Governor Frontenac ...
Fort Frontenac Library
... The Fort Frontenac Library, located within the Canadian Land Forces Command and Staff College, Fort Frontenac, Kingston, Ontario, is the main research library for the Canadian Army ... The Fort Frontenac Library assists the army's advanced officer development programs as well as its research and development communities across the country ...
PS Frontenac
... Frontenac was a steamboat, the first paddle steamer launched on the Great Lakes, in 1817 ... Frontenac conducted regular runs across Lake Ontario between Kingston, York (now Toronto), and Niagara-on-the-Lake, but rarely managed to make money in eight years the provincial population ... Frontenac was sold for ₤1550 to John Hamilton in 1824, who persisted two more unsuccessful years before selling her for scrap at Niagara in 1827 ...
Frontenac, Lot
... Frontenac is a commune in the Lot department in south-western France. ...