The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 49, July 1945 - April, 1946 Page: 500
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500 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
(21) La Salle's Cenis Village was situated in the eastern part
of the present Shelby County, Texas.
(22) La Salle became ill in the Assony Village in 1686.
(23) The French found the Caddo Indians on D'Arbonne
Bayou, southwestern Union Parish, Louisiana, June 23, 1687.
De Marle, one of La Salle's men, was drowned in D'Arbonne
Bayou, June 23, 1687.
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