Massacre Island [Quebec] | Where Legend & History Collide

Cartier, Jacques. (1535-1536). The Second Voyage Undertaken by the Command and Wish of the Most Christian King of France, Francis the First of That Name, for the Completion of the Discovery of the Western Lands, Lying under the Same Climate and Parallels as the Territories and Kingdom of That Prince. Cartier, Second Voyage, 1535-1536 (

Comité du patriomoine naturel et culturel du Bic. (2021). Le Bic: Une Histoire Maritime.

Durand, Guy Sioui. (1996). Autour de L’ile du Massacre. Inter, (65), 6-14. Autour de l’île du Massacre (

Hoffman, Bernard G. (1955). The Sourisquois, Etechemin, Kwedech –A Lost Chapter in American Ethnography. Ethnohistory, (2) 65-87. The Souriquois, Etechemin, and Kwĕdĕch–A Lost Chapter in American Ethnography on JSTOR

Lechasseur, Antonio. (2013). Ile due Bic. The Canadian Encyclopedia. Île du Bic | The Canadian Encyclopedia

Le Vieux Loup de Mer. (2021) Discover the History of Le Bic and the Surrounding Region. History of Le Bic, Quebec, and its Region | Vieux Loup de Mer

L’Ile au Massacre. L’Île au Massacre – Voyage à travers le Québec (

L’Ile du Massacre. L’Île du massacre, Parc du Bic, Le Bic, Québec, Canada

Parc National du Bic. Portrait of the Park. Portrait of the park – Parc national du Bic – National Parks – Sépaq (

Woods, William Carson. The Isle of the Massacre. The Isle of the Massacre. Following the French of the late J.C. Tach. Illus. by John Innes (

Close Panel