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BIBAUD, Michel (bi-bo), Canadian author, born near Montreal, 20 January 1782 ; died there, 3 August 1857. He entered the Roman Catholic College of St. Raphael, and, being naturally inclined to literature, devoted himself to studies in that direction, giving his attention mainly to the defense of Canadian nationality and the preservation there of the French vernacular. He published the first French history of Canada since the conquest, produced much creditable poetry, wrote an essay on "Arithmatique elementaire," and contributed to the leading French publications of Canada. During the latter part of his life he was engaged in translating into French the report of the geological commission.*His son, Francois Marie Uncas Maximilien, author, born in Montreal in November 1824, is law professor at the Jesuit College in his native city. His literary work, which has been mainly in the line of history, includes "Discours historique sur les races sauvage de l'Amarique septentrionale" (1846); "Les sagamas illustre de l'Amarique septentrionale" (1848); "Dictionnaire historiques des hommes illustres du Canada et de l'Amerique" (1857)" "Tableau historique des progress materiels et intellectuels du Canada" (1858); and "Panthdon Canadien" (1858).
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