Nicolet had navigated the Fox river, a six-days' journey, since leaving the Winnebagoes.
Hence it was that Nicolet was recalled by the governor of Canada.
Let us see if it is the same thing as at Nicolet's: worse and worse and more of it.
But why was Nicolet accredited by Champlain to the Hurons at all?
Here came savage-trained Nicolet, exploring agent of Champlain, in 1634, when Plymouth colony was still in swaddling-clothes.
The Mascoutins treated the strangers, as they had Nicolet, with great kindness.
The voyage proved a successful one, Nicolet returning in safety.
Such, at least, was their location a few years after the visit of Nicolet.
Now, the good offices of Nicolet were to be interposed to bring about a reconciliation between these nations.
Like Nicolet, our two adventurous explorers traveled by canoes, with Indians to do the paddling.