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Samuel de Champlain

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By: Trisha,Cindy, Elaine, Ayush, and Pranay
The United States and Settlements
Going to the New World
In 1603, Champlain sailed to the new world on Francois Grave Du Pont's expedition
sailed up the St. Lawrence River and the Saguenay River
explored the Gaspe Peninsula
he explored and wrote about Niagara Falls
returned to France in 1603 , decided to search for a Northwest Passage and to settle on the Gaspe Peninsula
Quebec, Canada
Samuel de Champlain discovered much of Canada(New France)
went on a ship called the Don-de-dieu.
The next summer another batch of settlers were sent to meet Samuel de Champlain, to help him make a permanent settlement
In 1608, he returned to Quebec to establish a fur trading post
In 1609, he uncovered Lake Champlain and helped fight for the Iroquois Indians
died on December 25th, 1635 in Quebec
Samuel de Champlain's childhood
Samuel de Champlain was born on August 13th, 1574 in Hiers-Brouage, France
was born to Marguerite Le Roy, a very smart lady
As a boy he had an uncle who was an explorer
went with him on voyages and in the ships he would study math, cartography, navigation, and astronomy
The ship he grew up sailing on was called the Saint Julien, later became Samuel's own ship
As he got older he joined the French military
at one point was part of a Spanish fleet
Who was Samuel de Champlain
Samuel sailed down most of Nova Scotia and down the coast of Cape Cod to Martha's Vineyard (Massachusetts)
He charted Massachusetts and Rode Island from 1604 to 1607
In 1615, Champlain explored; upstate New York, Ontario, and eastern Michigan
Samuel de Champlain is mostly called the father of...
Samuel de Champlain was a French explorer and a cartographer
was best known for governing and establishing settlements in the city of Quebec
In all he went on 21 voyages Champlain
made the first accurate map of Canada
had three children, Hope, Charity, and Faith
Champlain's wife was Helene Boullé (1610–1635).
A.Hope, Charity, and Faith
C.America
D.All the above
B. New France(Quebec)
Answer: A, B, C, D
He was born in Hiers-Brouage, France And he was also a famous French explorer.
Where did Champlain mainly travel to and make settlements?
Answer: A, B, C, D
Samuel de Champlain mainly explored Canada and he set up settlements in Quebec, Canada. Although he also went to Africa for some expeditions.
A.France
B.Africa
C.China
D.Canada
Later Years
Quebec was taken by the English from the French
Samuel de Champlain was taken prison
Quebec was returned to France and Champlain was free again
Samuel de Champlain sailed back to Quebec for the last time in 1633
Where was Samuel De Champlain born?
A.Germany
B.France
C. England
D. Canada
Quiz Time!
Why the country wanted to explore:
To get wealthy from the fur trade, and for natural resources.
Which main explorer it sent:
Samuel De Champlain and Grave Du Pont.
Where the explorer went:
Canada, and in the area of New York.
Results of the exploration:
Made many new settlements, and many accurate maps of Canada.
Samuel de Champlain
By: Trisha, Elaine, Cindy, Pranay, and Ayush
and his great encounters
Summary
He founded New France(Quebec) and he is known mostly as the father of New France, even though his children are Hope, Charity, and Faith. Plus if he was the father of America, he would have been way more famous, like George Washington.
Answer: A, B, C, D
Your teachers:
Trisha, Elaine, Cindy, Pranay, and Ayush
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