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Louis Franquet (1697-1768), was a French army officer and military engineer. He traveled to French-held areas such as Louisbourg, Ile Royale, Ile Saint-Jean, Trois-Rivieres, and Fort Beausejour to examine and map out the fortifications. His reports were sent back to France. These records are 19th century handwritten copies of Franquet's writings, maps, and plans, created by an unknown author. The records all written in French.
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Plan of fortification Fort de Beausejour
Plan of fortification Fort de Gaspereau
Plan of fortification at Havre de St Pierre
Plan of fortification at Port La Joye
Plan of fortification at Port Toulouse
Plan of fortification at Port Toulouze
Plan of fortification at Port des trois Rivieres
Plan of fortification at Port la Joye
Plan of fortification at Port la Joye
Plan of fortification at port Toulouse
Plan, "Port des Trois Rivieres de l'isle St Jean"
Plan, "Riviere de St Margueritte et Pointe a Bout"
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