Le Moyne

Le Moyne

(lə mwän), Canadian family. It was founded by Charles le Moyne, sieur de LongueuilLongueuil, Charles le Moyne, sieur de
, 1626–85, French colonial leader in Canada, founder of a famous Canadian family, b. Dieppe, France. Emigrating to Canada in 1641, he worked for the Jesuits among the Hurons, was a trader, soldier, and interpreter at Trois
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, whose 11 sons were noted soldiers, explorers, and colonizers. The two most famous sons were the sieur d'IbervilleIberville, Pierre le Moyne, sieur d'
, 1661–1706, French Canadian naval officer, founder of the French territory of Louisiana, b. Ville Marie (in present Montreal), Canada; son of Charles le Moyne, sieur de Longueuil, and brother of Jean Baptiste le Moyne, sieur de
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 and the sieur de BienvilleBienville, Jean Baptiste le Moyne, sieur de
, 1680–1768, colonizer and governor of Louisiana, b. Ville Marie (on the site of Montreal), Canada; son of Charles le Moyne, sieur de Longueuil, and brother of Pierre le Moyne, sieur d'Iberville.
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Le Moyne has 2,300 full-time undergraduate students in liberal arts, business, science and pre-professional studies and 800 full- and part-time graduate students in nursing, education, business administration and physician assistant studies.
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24 (1698) Pierre le Moyne d'Iberville, in command of the two French frigates, the Badine and the Mari, leave Brest, France, bound for the mouth of the Mississippi River.
Bibliophile Warner (English, Le Moyne College, New York) introduces his study of another bibliophile's work, as follows: "This is an annotated translation of John Bale's (1495-1563) Latin records of Tudor-era works culled from his massive catalogue of British, Scottish, and Irish authors that he published in two parts while living as a religious exile in Basel, Switzerland." Warner continues with some details of the obstacles posed by Bale's many inconsistent and inaccurate records.
Each week she is joined by five other panelists from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University, Syracuse University College of Law, Le Moyne College, Colgate University and Cazenovia College.
Oregon helped itself in that regard this season by scheduling some quality nonconference opponents, including four that made the 16-team NCAA field last season - North Carolina, Richmond, Johns Hopkins and Le Moyne. North Carolina and Le Moyne are home matches.
A resident of Maplewood, N.J., Murray also holds a Bachelor of Science in marketing from Le Moyne College.
2) by the Hugenot artist Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues, which takes a bow at Sotheby's Old Master Drawings sale on 5 July.
Considered by some as "an accomplished murderer" for his rampage across Newfoundland in 1697, burning, looting and killing more than 200 English settlers, Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville is being honoured this year as part of the 500th anniversary of French heritage in the province.
While most Catholics think church leaders are doing a good job, a majority disagrees with some of the policies those leaders set, according to a nationwide poll of 1,508 Catholics conducted by Le Moyne College, a Syracuse, New York Jesuit institution, and Zogby International, a public opinion research company.
The North American Association for the Study of Welsh Culture and History, together with the Le Moyne Forum on Religion and Literature, is holding the Fourth North American Conference on Welsh Studies from June 20 to 22 at Le Moyne College in Syracuse, New York.