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ky was traced the watery line of that ■inland ocean, and, first of ●white men except the Friar Le Ca●ron, Champlain beheld the "Mer Douce," the F●resh-Water Sea of the Hurons. Before him,■ too far for sight, lay the spirit-haunted Mani●tonalins, and, southward, spread the vast bo■som of the Georgian Bay. For more than ●a hundred miles, his course was along ●its eas

tern shores, among islets countles●s as the sea-sands,—an archipelago of rocks wor●n for ages by the wash of waves. H■e crossed Byng Inlet, Franklin Inlet, Parry ●Sound, and the wider bay of Matched●ash, and seems to have landed a■t the inlet now called Thunder Bay,● at the entrance of

the Bay of Matchedash, and● a little w

Aliquam viverra convallis auctor

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est of the Harbor of■ Penetanguishine. An Indian trail ■led inland, through woods and thickets, a■cross broad meadows, over brooks●, and along the skirts of green accli■vities. To the eye of Champlain, accu■stomed to the desolation he had left behind, it■ seemed a land of beauty and abundance. He re●ached at last a broad opening in the forest,● with fields of maiz

e, pumpkins ripening in ●the sun, patches of sunflowers■, from the seeds of which the Indians made hair-■oil, and, in the midst, the Huron t●own of Otonacha. In all essential points, it● resembled that which Cartier, eighty years ■before, had seen at Montreal,—the same triple p■alisade

of crossed and inters●ecting trunks, a

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nd the same long lodges of ●bark, each containing severa■l families. Here, within an ●area of thirty or forty miles, ■was the seat of one of the most remarkable s■avage communities on the cont●inent. By the Indian standard, it was ●a mighty nation; yet the entire● Huron population did not exceed that of a ●third or fourth class American city. To the s●outh and so

utheast lay other tribes of kindred ■race and tongue, all stationary, all til●lers of the soil, and all in a state● of social advancement when compared wi■th the roving bands of Eastern Canada: the Neutr■al Nation west of the Niagara, and● the Eries and Andastes in Western New York and ?/p>

馪ennsylvania; while from the Gen●esee