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DABLON, Claudius, clergyman, born in Dieppe, France; died in Canada in 1700. He arrived in New France in 1655, and was immediately sent among the Onondagas. In 1661 he accompanied Druilettes on his expedition to Hudson bay. He was next with Marquette on Lake Superior in 1668 after the latter had founded the mission of Sault St. Mary, and was appointed superior of all the missions in 1670. He edited the" Relation "of 1671-'2, and compiled other narratives, which are still in manuscript. He is also the author of a description of Marquette's journey, published in the "Discovery and Exploration of the Mississippi Valley," by John Gilmary Shea (New York, 1853).
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