|Statement||Montgomery E. McIntosh.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 04630, Parkman club publications -- no. 8.|
|Contributions||Langlade, Charles, 1729-1800.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (16 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||16|
Charles Michel de Langlade (9 May – after 26 July ) was a Great Lakes fur trader and war chief who was important to the French in protecting their territory. His mother was Ottawa and his father a French Canadian fur trader.. Fluent in Ottawa and French, Langlade later led First Nations forces in warfare in the region, at various times allied with the French, British, and Americans. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Reproduction of original in: Bibliothèque nationale du Québec. Reproduction Notes. Charles Langlade, First Settler of Wisconsin. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller Not Long Ago: The Langlade County Centennial Story. van Goethem, Larry Charles Langlade, first settler of Wisconsin / Montgomery E. McIntosh () (Reprint) McIntosh, Montgomery E. Charles Langlade, First Settler of Wisconsin. Specifications. Publisher: Bibliolife DBA of Bibilio Bazaar II LLC, Nabu Press. Book Format: Paperback. Number of Pages: Author: Montgomery E McIntosh. ISBN Publication Date: August, Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)Brand: Charles.
Charles Langlade, first settler of Wisconsin [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: McIntosh, Montgomery E. (Montgomery Eduard); Format: Book, Microform, Online; p. After the war, Charles de Langlade retired to his home and trading post in present-day Green Bay, Wisconsin, where he began being referred to as the “Father of Wisconsin.” THE ARTIST: Kristen Brenner – Madison, WI “Being a fur trader and war chief, Charles Michel de Langlade was one pretty cool, eclectic Ouisconsin dude. Charles Michel de Langlade  (shärl mēshĕl´ də), –, pioneer in present-day Wisconsin and soldier, b. Mackinac region, now in Mich.; son of a trader, Augustin Langlade, who established the settlement of Green Bay , Wis., and an Ottawa woman.
Folklore and folktales collected by Charles E. Brown: The Stockbridge-Munsee Constitution, The history and traditions of the Chippewa Valley: A guide to the Mohican language, A clergyman locates the Biblical Garden of Eden in Wisconsin, An history of the Chippewa Valley: The first book printed in Wisconsin, an Ojibwe almanac. Charles Michel de Langlade was a badass. The métis son of a French trader and an Ottawa woman, it was as if he was born to take the war trail in the service of both of his peoples. That trail was dark and brutal, marked by atrocity and counter atrocity. Langlade first came to notice with a piece of gangsterism that any Mafioso or cartel boss. Father of Wisconsin. Despite Langlade's warnings, Fort Mackinac was surprised during Pontiac's conspiracy. Langlade was able to persuade the Indians to spare many of the survivors of the massacre. Around , Langlade moved permanently to Green Bay. He founded and settled at the post, and soon became known as the "Father of Wisconsin.". The first settler in this town as well as the first settler in Langlade County, was Charles Larzelere, who came here for the purpose of fur trading. He became a fur trader in Michigan and Wisconsin He settled here in He built the house recently occupied by R.J. Wunderlich.