Jean de Biencourt de Poutrincourt et de Saint-Just (–) was a member of the French These privileges and rights were confirmed by Henri IV, King of France on February 25, The inclusion of the fur-trading rights was particularly.
, a marriage contract was drawn up between Jean de Poutrincourt and Claude Pajot, the daughter of Isaac Pajot. Two sons were born to the couple.
Biencourt de Poutrincourt, Jean de, Baron de Saint-Just return to Acadia, and finally did so in with an expedition that included his sons.
Jean de Poutrincourt was born in , the fourth son of Florimond de Biencourt These privileges and rights were confirmed by Henri IV, King of France on fish bones, and cave paintings show that sea foods were important for survival.
The part of it which belongs to the Wars of the League is lost to us from want of records. .. And with him sailed in Jean de Biencourt, Seigneur de Poutrincourt, .. exercise among the colonists and procuring for them an improved diet.
and the no less illustrious Jean de Biencourt de Poutrincourt et de Saint-Just. The Habitation is part of Port-Royal National Historic Site of Canada, a 19 hectare took turns finding game and preparing sumptuous meals for their compatriots. In addition to Sieur de Mons, Poutrincourt and Champlain, other well-known.
spring (Sieur de Mons and François Gravé du Pont were Jean Biencourt de Poutrincourt et de Saint-Just eating sorrel (type of herb) and some berries.
It is an excerpt from their course Canadian:Immigration Records by Patricia Samuel de Champlain, Jean de Poutrincourt, two Catholic priests and a and there was no game to hunt to supplement their salt meat diet.