Saint Croix Island International Historic Site
In June of 1604, French nobleman-courtier Pierre Dugua, Sieur de Mons and his expedition established a settlement on St. Croix Island. In the milder months, they built houses, a storehouse, kitchen and chapel, and formed strong Aboriginal alliances.
About Saint Croix Island International Historic Site
Indigenous connections, history, cultural landscape.
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