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Casgrain, Henri Raymond

(äNrē` rāmôN` käsgrăN`), 1831–1904, French Canadian historian. He traveled widely in Europe, collecting documents relevant to Canadian history, and wrote enthusiastic histories, such as Légendes canadiennes (1861), Les Pionniers canadiens (1876), and Wolfe and Montcalm ("Makers of Canada" series; rev. ed. 1926).
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Ce courant sera diffuse par les ecrits de Joseph-Charles Tache, l'abbe Henri-Raymond Casgrain et Honore Beaugrand.
Hebert propose une interessante relecture du courant << terroiriste >> en montrant comment, de Henri-Raymond Casgrain a Lionel Groulx, en passant par Camille Roy, les lettres catholiques ont << programme >> ce qui deviendra la litterature dite du terroir.
Henri-Raymond Casgrain, [much less than] Le mouvement litteraire en Canada [much greater than], Le Foyer canadien, Quebec, Bureaux du Foyer canadien, 1866, p.
6) Henri-Raymond Casgrain, Le mouvement litteraire en Canada , Le Foyer canadien, Quebec, Bureaux du Foyer canadien, 1866, p.
He never cites the major published documentary collection for French and Canadian military operations edited by Abbe Henri-Raymond Casgrain.
There Garneau wrote his Histoire du Canada, and there lived most of the other historical writers of the time, including Jean-Baptiste Antoine Ferland, whose Cours d'histoire du Canada remains a basic reference book for the history of New France; and Henri-Raymond Casgrain, author of many monographs, including biographies of Marie de l'Incarnation, Montcalm, Levis, and others.