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Media: 1 reel of 35mm microfilm
Coverage Dates:1687-1839

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Jean-Paul Mascarene was a French Huguenot refugee who settled in Boston and eventually became commander-in-chief and lieutenant governor of Nova Scotia. This microfilm collection contains an autobiographical sketch in Mascarene's own hand, as well as his letterbooks, which are particularly rich in matters relating to military affairs, politics, and economics.

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