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FASQUELLE, Jean Louis, educator, born in Prance in 1808; died in Michigan in 1862. He came to the United States in 1834, and became a teacher of languages. From 1846 till his death he filled the professorship of modern languages and literature in the University of Michigan, and was also librarian for two years, in 1854 he published in New York " French Course, or a New Method for Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the French Language," which was extensively used in the United States, and of which 30,000 copies were sold in England. He also published, besides other Textbooks, "Taldmaque, with Notes and Grammatical References," a" Colloquial French Reader." and a "Generta and Idiomatical Dictionary of the French and English Languages."
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