Excerpt from Pathfinders of the Great Plains: A Chronicle of La Vérendrye and His Sons
In this little walled town Pierre Gaultiet de La, Verendrye was born, and spent his boyhood. He was one of ten children, se that he must have had no lack Of companio We have no exact description of the home the governor of Three Rivers, but it was p bably much like that Of other seigneurs landed gentry of New France - a low, rambli wooden building, with walls solid enough resist a siege, perhaps a wing or two.
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