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PERCHERON, Etienne, French missionary, born in Dreux in 1613; died in Lorette, Canada, in 1675. He became a Jesuit, and was a missionary to the Neutral Indians in Canada from 1639 till 1655, when he was attached to the missions of the Onondagas. He was also one of the founders of the mission of Notre Dame de Foye near Quebec in 1658, and of the Lorette mission in 1670, and remained in the latter place till his death. His papers, preserved in the navy department in Paris, include a series of instructions in the Onondaga dialect, and "Memoire d'un serviteur de Jesus Christ et ses tribulations parmi les sauvages dans les etablissements de la foi de la Nouvelle France du Nord.
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