He was born in the small, remote town of Havre, 35 miles south of Saskatchewan.
The terrace was thronged with the good Havre folks, husbands and wives and families enjoying the Sunday afternoon apéritif.
I went twice to Havre in this ship also, when I left her for the Normandy, in the same line.
Europe has three great coffee-trading markets—Havre, Hamburg, and Antwerp.
I had now been no less than eight voyages in the Havre trade, without intermission.
We have been six days without a mail now, and have taken loads to Êtretat and to Havre.
But Patrickson was to go by Havre de Grace—that would delay him.
Havre's exchange was inaugurated in 1882, under the name of the Coffee Terminal Market.
That would not change anything even if he could go back to Havre.
Havre, the port receiving most of the trade from the United States, is the port of Paris.