Menard, Pierre

Menard, Pierre

(1766–1844) fur trader, public official; born in St. Antoine, Quebec, Canada. He moved to Indiana (1787) and became a partner in the St. Louis Missouri Fur Company. With Andrew Henry, he led the first organized group of trappers to the Three Forks of the Missouri River (1810). He was the first lieutenant-governor of Illinois and served as an Indian commissioner (1828–29).
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Daniel Balderston apuesta por un hijo o nieto de Louis Menard, Pierre, autor de L'ecriture et le subconsciente: Psychanalyse de la graphologie (1931), aunque esta obra no figure en el catalogo de Borges.
Menard, Pierre. L'Ecriture et le subconscient: Psychanalyse et graphologie.