In the late 1600s, a Jesuit missionary and a fur trader voyaged down the Mississippi River. Their expedition brought French culture to Wisconsin, but it also caused the removal of Native Americans from their land. We learn more about the complicated history of the Marquette and Joliet expedition.
- Larry Meiller Host
- Clara Neupert Producer
- A. Emily Ralph Technical Director
- Michael Douglass Guest
- Margaret Huettl Guest
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