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Jacques Cartier v.s Samuel de Champlain
Transcript of Jacques Cartier v.s Samuel de Champlain
Samuel de Champlain had helped the Montagnais, Algonquin, and Wendat to defeat the Haudenosaunee.
Samuel traded lots of metal objects with the First Nations.
Samuel de Champlain killed three Haudenosaunee leaders.
Samuel's adventures brought with them European diseases that killed a number of First Nations people.
Forced First Nations to abandon their beliefs and convert to Christianity.
Samuel de Champlain's Impact on Early Settlers
Started trade with First Nations. Traded in knives, guns, metal pots and other metal goods.
Revealed the truth to the people of Stadacona that their Chief Donnacona died in France.
Jacques Cartier brought back Chief's children from France.
Kidnapped Chief Donnacona and ten other men.
Lied to the people of Stadacona that the other ten people were landlords in France.
Lied about the cross being as a landmark, by planting the cross Jacques was claiming the land for the King of France.
Jacques Cartier's Impact on Early Settlers
Jacques Cartier was a French navigator who was born in Saint-Malo, France on December 31, 1491. Jacques Cartier was sent by the King of France to lead the voyage to the New World in order to seek gold and other riches, as well as discover a new route to Asia.
While trying to find a new passage to the Orient, Jacques found new land. He planted a cross and told Chief Donnacona that it is a landmark. Cartier died on September 1, 1457.
Who was Jacques Cartier
Who was Samuel de Champlain?
Samuel de Champlain was a French navigator, cartographer, draughtsman, soldier, explorer, geographer, ethnologist, diplomat, and chronicler.
Samuel de Champlain was also known as "The Father of New France", He founded New France and Quebec City on July 3, 1608.
Samuel de Chaplain was born on August 13, 1574 in Brouage, France. He was sent to Quebec 60 years after Jacques Cartier's voyage. Samuel de Chaplain died on December 25, 1635 in Quebec City.
By: Arnav Saini
How did the First Nations help Jacques Cartier ?
The First Nations helped Cartier and his men by providing them with clothing, food and medicine.
The people of Stadacona also helped Jacques's men with medicines and remedies to cure Scurvy, amongst other ailments.
Also Jacques and his men benefited from fur trade with the First Nations.
How did First Nations help Samuel de Champlain?
The different groups within First Nations wanted to settle scores amongst themselves, and to do that they sought help from the Europeans to defeat each other.
First Nations helped the Samuel and his men by giving them furs.
Samuel de Champlain got rich in France because of beaver and bear skin trading he did with Frist Nations.
Who was the Worst
Samuel de Champlain
Who was the worst?
Jacques Cartier and Samuel de Champlain were wise men but not kind. Both of them were greedy for land and wealth.
Cartier wanted to claim the land in the name of the King of France.
Samuel de Champlain wanted to start a French colony. He thought those who don't believe in the Christian view of the world, didn't have a soul.
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The Worst Things Jacques Cartier did to First Nations
Jacques Cartier was a really rude and a dishonest person. He was greedy for land. Every time he found new land, his goal was to claim the land in the name of King of France.
That was not all, Jacques kidnapped Chief Donnacona and ten other men and also kidnapped Chief's two sons.
Worst things Samuel de Champlain did to First Nations
Samuel de Champlain incited different First Nations groups like the Montagnais, Algonquin, and Wendat to fight with Haudenosaunee.
The Haudenosaunee were simple people with bows and arrows while the other groups had guns which were provided by Samuel de Champlain.
In the war Samuel de Champlain shot three Haudenosanee leaders. After the Haudenosanee leaders died, the Haundenosanee fled away.
Jacques Cartier vs. Samuel de Chaplain
Jacques Cartier was worse for the well being of the First Nations because he kept on kidnapping lots of people who lived in Stadacona.
Samuel de Champlain was not as mean as Jacques Cartier. He did lot of wrong things but he also helped the First Nations by giving them guns which helped the First Nations people in hunting. Samuel also gave metal pots which were used for cooking.
Cartier didn't even spare people who helped him.