Frankfort or Ludington?  The Mystery of Father Marquette’s Death, 345 Years Later

Frankfort or Ludington? The Mystery of Father Marquette’s Death, 345 Years Later

By P.G. Misty SheehanCurrent Contributor Father Jacques Marquette (1637-1675) was one of the most famous of the Jesuit priests who came over to the “New World” to work with the Native Americans. Assigned to “New France” in 1666 as a missionary, he arrived in Quebec, and later was reassigned further up the St. Lawrence River […]

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