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Penultimate history of early French and English presence in the USA - exploration , settlement and development . Published 1865 . Parkman considered America ' s first historian . Harvard Law and undergrad grad . Extensive exploration of native people vis a vis their contacts and interactions with the French and English - from the earliest explorers such as Jacques Cartier and Sir Walter Raleigh to final outcome of disputation of each nation ' s claims herein . Is at times very funny . Much about Jesuits , other missionaries . You already likely have read some Parkman as he is as widely quoted especially in educational circles - secondary school history publications and such , as is any other historical source . Much about ferocity of warrior classes amongst Eastern Indian tribes especially .
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