Robert Navarre Journal of the Pontiac Conspiracy  1763
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The original manuscript of the Robert Navarre journal of the Pontiac Conspiracy is at the Burton Historical Collection in the Detroit Public Library.

The journal was published in French and English 1912:

The Clements Library has several collections relating to the French and Indian war and the early history of Detroit, including the Jeffery Amherst papers, the John Porteous letter book, the Thomas Gage papers, the John Hay journal, the Michigan collection, the Native American Collection, the James Sterling letter book, and the Anthony Wayne papers.

The Clements Library has a large number of books and maps related to the Pontiac conspiracy and the Graphics Division has a portrait of "Pontiac, Chief of the Ottawa."

Bibliography

Denissen, Christian. Navarre: Or, Researches After the Descendants of Robert Navarre ... And Some Historical Notes On Families Who Intermarried With Navarres... Detroit, Michigan: J.F. Eby & Company, 1897.