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History of the Irish settlers in North America from the earliest period to the census of International vital records handbook: births, marriages, deaths. The volume contains versions of many tales such as the well-known "Nain Rouge" which is very much local to the area. Perhaps most familiar is 'Le Loup Garou,' a werewolf tale in the tradition of old European wolf stories, but also influenced by the encounter of French and Native peoples.
In addition, the volume contains several family narratives and genealogies of prominent early French Canadian families in Detroit.here
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The genealogies are not always considered reliable, but are nonetheless valuable resources for family researchers. Marie Caroline Watson Hamlin's background made her uniquely suited to the task of preserving the rapidly fading memory of early French Detroit culture. Through her mother, she was descended from many of Detroit's earliest settlers, including the Godfroy, Navarre, and Marentette families. Research on her family background shows that as an infant in her family lived in the village of Springwells next door to a household of both Marentette and Godfroy family members.
In , she was living in the household of a Mrs.
Godfroy, likely her grandmother. In an address entitled "Old French Tradtions" which she delivered before the Wayne County Pioneer Society in subsequently published in the Report of the Pioneer Society of the State of Michigan, volume 4 , she made clear that the traditions and stories she had collected for both the address and Legends had been passed down through the generations of her family.
They were based on recollections as well as research, with input from individuals whose memories were able to stretch back to the previous 18th century.