2 edition of Jean Baptiste DuSable found in the catalog.
Jean Baptiste DuSable
Flossie E. Thompson-Peters
Cover title: The story of Jean Baptiste Du Sable.
|Other titles||Story of Jean Baptiste Du Sable.|
|Statement||by Flossie E. Thompson-Peters ; illustrated by Kathy Clo.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 91/11592 (F)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||91815609|
Jean-Baptist-Point du Sable was an African American trader. He was the first non-Native American to settle in what is now Chicago. Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable died at his daughter's house on Aug , and was buried in the local Catholic cemetery. His gravesite remained unmarked until
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Jean Baptiste Point du Sable came to America in the s. He was a long way from home - born of a French father and black mother in Haiti.
His talents and good sense helped establish the thriving settlement that became Chicago. These popular readers include easy-to-read information, fun facts and trivia, humor, activities and a whole lot : Carole Marsh.
The Story of Jean Baptiste Du Sable book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is a story for young readers about the forgotten 3/5(3). This is a book written for kids, but it tells the incredible story of DuSable's life from birth to death - Haiti to France to America, and all the way up the Mississippi River to be the first non-Native American to be "allowed" to live and settle there; i.e., the Indians did not kill him (because he had lived with and saved many of them from death).4/5.
Jean Baptiste Point du Sable came to America in the s. He was a long Jean Baptiste DuSable book from home - born of a French father and black mother in Haiti. Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable became variously a precocious scholar, planter, sea captain, trapper, explorer, tribal chieftain, and one of the wealthiest men in 18th-century Midwestern United States.
This novel offers insight into the personality that made his tremendous, and largely unsung, feats possible. jean baptiste pointe du sable Download jean baptiste pointe du sable or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get jean baptiste pointe du sable book now.
This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Jean Baptiste Point DuSable, the Enterprising Pioneer: The Influential Communicator Content Focus Jean Baptiste Point DuSable was an enterprising pioneer who possessed a skill that many successful entrepreneurs have—strong communication skills.
DuSable was an influential communicator who was also well versed in several Native American dialects. Your tax-deductible contribution to DHA will help raise awareness of Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable’s legacy in the city of Chicago and beyond.
Donate. DHA Black History Month Events View. COVID A Special Message from DHA. Dear Friends. InJean Baptiste Point Du Sable's U.S.
citizenship was officially recorded in what is now known as the area of Peoria, Illinois. His farm was recorded at Peoria in the early s. The farm encompassed more than acres of land. Du Sable's settlement in this area was prior to. Jean-Baptist-Point Du Sable, black pioneer trader and founder of the settlement that later became the city of Chicago.
Du Sable, whose French father had moved to Haiti and married a black woman there, is believed to have been a freeborn. At some time in the s he went to the Great Lakes area of. Jean Baptiste DuSable. [LaVerne C Johnson; Craig Rex Perry] -- Two African children following their mission of exploring African-American history record the story of Jean Baptiste DuSable, the pioneer who established a trading post on the site of present-day.
Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable, a Haitian-born fur trader, is recognized as the founder of the city of Chicago. The statue, created by Erik Blome inwas donated to the Chicago Public Art Collection by Lesley Benodin to commemorate DuSable. The Story of Jean Baptiste Du Sable (Book): Miller, Robert H.: Born in Haiti in the mids, Jean Baptiste du Sable carved out an extraordinary life that took him from his island home to Paris, to New Orleans, and up the Mississippi River, where he became known for his hunting and trapping skills.
Ready to make his fortune, du Sable then moved to the shores of Lake Michigan, establishing a. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. A “biography” published in (see below) helped to popularize the commonly recited claim that he was born in in Saint-Marc in Saint-Domingue (now Haiti).
Point du Sable married a Potawatomi woman named Catherine some time in the s, they had a son named Jean and a daughter named Susanne. Jean Baptiste Point du Sable (or Point de Sable, Point au Sable, Point Sable, Pointe DuSable) (before – Aug ) is regarded as the first permanent resident of what became Chicago, is known of his life prior to the s.
Inhe was living on the site of present-day Michigan City, Indiana, when he was arrested by the British military on suspicion of being an.
Jean Baptiste Pointe Du Sable was an intrepid pioneer and settler in the areas now known as Peoria and Chicago, Illinois. His foresight in perceiving the importance of the site of Chicago, now one of the largest cities in the United States, was matched.
Early Chicago: Jean Baptiste DuSable. The first permanent settler in Chicago was a black man named Jean Baptiste Point DuSable.
He may have been born on the island of Haiti around to a French mariner and a mother who was a slave of African descent. DuSable was educated in France and then, in the early s, sailed to New Orleans.
The Story of Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable Pemon Rami. Loading Unsubscribe from Pemon Rami. Lycée Jean-Baptiste Pointe du Sable Inauguration Ceremony - Duration: Jean Baptiste Point du Sable There are no known portraits of Jean Baptiste Point du Sable made during his lifetime.
This depiction is taken from A.T. Andreas' book History of Chicago ().Born: s?. Jean Baptiste Pointe du SableThe African-American explorer Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable (c.
), despite a long period during which his contributions were minimized, is now recognized as the founder of the city of Chicago. Source for information on du Sable, Jean Baptiste Pointe: Encyclopedia of World Biography dictionary.Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable G Jean Baptiste Pointe DuSable came to Chicago more than years ago.
Chicago was a very small place then, living here was a struggle--it was a time of great challenge. The environment was challenging—each season brought problems. Winters were harsh, spring was a time of rain and mud, and.Born in Haiti, Jean-Baptiste Pointe DuSable (ca.
– ) is credited as the first citizen of Chicago. His father was a French sea captain and his mother a slave of African descent. DuSable settled by the Chicago River, developing a prosperous trading post around .