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champlain essay 3 - only nobles were allowed to set up in...

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Champlain set the men to work felling the butternut trees. They dug sawpits and sawed the logs into planks. Their “habitation” was an ambitious structure of three stories, a kind of miniature Bastille. It had a gallery running around the outside and was embellished with a dovecote, which
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Unformatted text preview: only nobles were allowed to set up in France. The whole structure had a moat around it and a drawbridge before the main entrance. Most of the materials were prepared on the spot but the handsome glazed windows were brought from France....
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