en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Nicolet

Jean Nicolet (Nicollet), Sieur de Belleborne (ca. 1598 – 1 November 1642) was a French coureur des bois noted for discovering and exploring Lake Michigan, ...

www.britannica.com/biography/Jean-Nicolet

Jan 1, 2019 ... The son of a dispatch carrier, Nicolet was 20 years old when he traveled to New France (Canada) at the request of Samuel de Champlain.

www.americanjourneys.org/aj-043/summary

Author Note. Father Barthélemy Vimont (1594-1667) was a Jesuit priest, personal friend, and admirer of Jean Nicolet. He wrote this account that was published ...

www.biographi.ca/en/bio/nicollet_de_belleborne_jean_1E.html

Original title: UW - Green Bay - Wisconsin's French Connections Jean Nicolet Statue. Source: Link. NICOLLET DE BELLEBORNE, JEAN, interpreter and clerk of ...

www.encyclopedia.com/people/history/us-history-biographies/jean-nicolet

Jean Nicolet [1] de Belleborne became an interpreter, clerk, and trader in New France [2], as well as an explorer. The son of a royal postal messenger, he was ...

www.historymuseum.ca/virtual-museum-of-new-france/the-explorers/jean-nicollet-1634

Jean Nicollet was born around 1598 in the Cherbourg region, in Normandy. ... The Nicolet Papers, conserved at the National Archives of Canada, indicate that ...

www.apointinhistory.net/nicolet.php

painted by Frances Hopkins in 1869. Jean Nicolet de Belleborne... is as much a Wisconsin hero as an early Canadian explorer. Born in Cherbourg, a port in ...

www.cchsmi.com/articles/jean-nicolet-1598-1642

“Nicolet Road takes its name from Jean Nicolet, an early French explorer who served under the Governor of New France, Samuel De Champlain in the early ...

faculty.marianopolis.edu/c.belanger/quebechistory/encyclopedia/JeanNicolet-QuebecHistory.htm

Nicolet, Jean (1598?-1642), explorer, was born at Cherbourg, France, about 1598, the son of Thomas Nicolet and Marguerite Delamer. He came to Canada in  ...