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French Passages For Translation

Author: R. L. Graeme Ritchie
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1316601773
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Originally published in 1941, this book contains a series of passages in French gathered together to provide material for students practising English translation. The passages cover a wide range of subject matter and are of varying difficulty. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the French language, the history of education and translation studies.

The French In Texas

Author: François Lagarde
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 029270528X
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Presents original articles that explore the French presence and influence on Texas history, arts, education, religion, and business from the arrival of La Salle in 1685 to 2002.

La Belle

Author: James E. Bruseth
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
ISBN: 1623493617
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In 1995, Texas Historical Commission underwater archaeologists discovered the wreck of La Salle’s La Belle, remnant of an ill-fated French attempt to establish a colony at the mouth of the Mississippi River that landed instead along today’s Matagorda Bay in Texas. During 1996–1997, the Commission uncovered the ship’s remains under the direction of archaeologist James E. Bruseth and employing a team of archaeologists and volunteers. Amid the shallow waters of Matagorda Bay, a steel cofferdam was constructed around the site, creating one of the most complex nautical archaeological excavations ever attempted in North America and allowing the archaeologists to excavate the sunken wreck much as if it were located on dry land. The ship’s hold was discovered full of everything the would-be colonists would need to establish themselves in the New World; more than 1.8 million artifacts were recovered from the site. More than two decades in the making, due to the immensity of the find and the complexity of cataloging and conserving the artifacts, this book thoroughly documents one of the most significant North American archaeological discoveries of the twentieth century.