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Compendium of history and biography of Minneapolis and Hennepin County, Minnesota

Compendium of history and biography of Minneapolis and Hennepin County, Minnesota

Fonte : Internet Archive

Compendium of history and biography of Minneapolis and Hennepin County, Minnesota

Compendium of history and biography of Minneapolis and Hennepin County, Minnesota

Fonte : Internet Archive

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conuuander was tlie renowned Chevali(>r Robert de La Salle: Ins religious counselor was the venerable Father Ribourde.


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Rev. Fr. Joseph Jean Marest, M. de Borie-Guillot, "commanding the French in the neighborhood of tlie Ouiskonche [Wisconsin] on the


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that Le Sueur and a M. de Charleville made the voyage above St.-Anthony's Falls together. The authority for M. de


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all for the story of M. de Chai'leville. It is void for improbability and uncertainty.


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M. de Cliaileville. a Canadian, and a relation of


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Jesuit Fathers ilichel Guignas and Nicholas de Gonnor. It is not certain that the fathers built a separate mission house,


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BoveyDe Laittre Lumber Company, with John De Laittre, president, II. JI. De Laittre. vice president, and C. A. Bovey, seci'etary


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Crosby, C. C. Webber and Karl De Laittre, constitute the trustees.


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He was a son of Charles and Rosalie L. (Desisles) De Laittre, persons of fair prosperity for that time and


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was still under French control. Mr. De Laittre's life began at Ellsworth. Maine, not far from this bay, on March


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to our time, the late John De Laittre was one of the most prominent, and his work for tlie advance


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Eastman, Bovey and Company. Later Howard M. De Laittre, cousin of John De Laittre. joined the firm. The firm still


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were W. W. Eastman and John De Laittre. The firm name at first was Eastman, Bovey and Company. Later Howard


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united in marriage with Miss Phebe L. De Witt, who is still living. She was born in the province of


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death of his long-time partner, John De Laittre.


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in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, to Miss Margaret De Hull, of that city. Four daughters of the union are living: Mrs. S.


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came into close relation witli William de la Barre, manager of the waterworks, ilr. Buins continued to contract for the


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John De Laitte once consulted him relative to a troublesome elevator. In a few moments


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change producing the desired effect. Mr. De Laitte insisted on paying him twenty dollars for his 'service. He had a


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William de la Barre, engineer agent and treasurer of the St.-Anthony Falls Water Power company


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C. C. Washburn sent for Mr. de la Barre to come to Minneapolis as the representative of a German invention


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and is a son of .John and Clara T. (Eastman) De Laittre, an account of whose useful lives will be


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Mr. de la Bane holds membership in several foreign engineering societies and is well known


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his politic.Tl faith and affiliation Mr. De Laittre is a pronounced Republican, and as such he has taken a very


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of the University of Minnesota. Mr. de la Barre is a member of the Athletic Club.


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KARL DE LAITTRE.


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Woolen Mill, ..fter its completion John De-Laittre was admitted to the firm and the mill was employed in the manufacture


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Matthew Sc N'iety in St. .Anthony de Padua Catholic church. They had twelve children, eleven of whom reached maturity. Kight


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when he succeeded his cousin. John De Laittre. in the presidency of the corporation. He has thus been most prominently


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HOWARD M. De LAITTRE.


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which were William Eastman, .John De Laittre and Charles A. Bovey. He assisted in the company's logging and mill


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Orefton timber for futnre use. Mr. De Laittre is a practical lumberman, with bruail and varied experience in connection with


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and with himself as president. Karl De Laittre secretary. .John De Laittre vice president and Charles A. Green treasurer. The


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president. Karl De Laittre secretary. .John De Laittre vice president and Charles A. Green treasurer. The present officers are: Karl


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him from the beginning, although Mr. De Laittre, president, was energetic and active until elected alderman.


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1888, in Minneapolis, to Miss Ellie De Mille. They have two children. Norma R. who married Mr. Asa .J. Hunter


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14, 1893. The youngest Son, John De Laittre, was bom Feb. 21, 1895, and died Aug. 25, 1908.


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who is the widow of John De Laitte, individually mentioned on other pages of this work.


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united in marriage with Mrs. Georgie F. de Camp. Mrs. Munro is still living and maintains her home at 1608