The jesuit relations

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The jesuit relations

  1. 1. The Jesuit Relations<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />Society of Jesus distinguished by their livelihood<br />Missions spread the people across the surrounding parts<br />Using the past government knowledge they could form their own<br /> government as they explored<br />
  3. 3. Introduction<br />Two Confederacies of the Huron and Iroquoians<br />Jesuits distinguished the Hurons as a single group and the Iroquoians more individually controlled<br />The Natives were well aware of outside forces before the Jesuits because of trade<br />
  4. 4. The Natives Drawn into Detail<br />
  5. 5. 3 – Disease and MedicineHuron Practices<br />Some Diseases were cleansed by their festivals and singing which allowed comfort<br />The poor diseased people had mysterious methods of bringing healing through uttering words<br />The survivor usually would lie saying they are healed so that the attention would leave<br />
  6. 6. 3 – Disease and MedicineThe Influenza Epidemic<br />The Jesuits were slightly placed out of comfort<br />The Hurons were wiped out as the disease spread<br />Very little methods of healing were successful<br />Only hope was to try and comfort the lost soul<br />
  7. 7. 4 – Diplomacy and WarPeace Negotiations at Three Rivers<br />Truces were made between the 2 Confederacies periodically but ineffective<br />Great measures created a significant goal to help them become peaceful<br />Presents were traded to signify Diplomacy<br />
  8. 8. 4 – Diplomacy and WarIroquois Attacks on Algonquins<br />As usual War resumed<br />False or True Accusitions led to attacks on the opposite Confederacy which led to yet another War<br />Their blood thirsty nature gave them a brutal war<br />
  9. 9. 6 – Missions to the IroquoisMission to the Mohawk Country<br />French Treaties allowed Missionaries to form<br />Ambushes were setup to prevent invading people such as the Missionaries<br />Families came open to receive the Mission statement<br />
  10. 10. 6 – Missions to the IroquoisThe Mohawks Converted<br />Jean Pierron was an addicted Missionary<br />Leading over 53 people to Christ Jean felt he did all he could<br />His role was commonly adapted to the Natives and the Mohawk towns<br />
  11. 11. 7 – Martyrs and MysticsThe Ordeal of Isaac Jogues<br />Born wealthy and raised to become a monk<br />He suffered tremendously<br />Lived in a dangerous life behind enemy lines<br />Traveling frequently opened the door for ambushes to overpower their forces<br />
  12. 12. 7 – Martyrs and MysticsA Native Saint<br />A Native like Catherine Tegahkouita was not destined to live fruitfully<br />Her life was based on her attitude that gave her advantage over others<br />She overcame the Sexual restrain many put on her because of her being a woman<br />

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