Champlain preferred Quebec as the site of the new colony * The expedition led by Samuel de Champlain consisted of twenty-four canoes, sixty warriors and only three white men * They discovered a great fresh water lake and named it Lake Champlain. After fighting with the Iroquois the expedition returned to Quebec and the colony of Quebec started to grow * 1603 August : Samuel de Champlain sailed home to France * 1604: Samuel de Champlain returned to Canada and joined the expedition led by the fur trader Pierre Du Gua de Monts (1558-1628) to Acadia. Samuel de Champlain acted as historian and cartographer for de Monts * Pierre Du Gua de Monts supported Samuel de Champlain on all of his future explorations over the next few years * 1607 September: Samuel de Champlain and his fellow colonists in Acadia returned to France due to lack of support from their backers * 1608: Samuel de Champlain returned to Quebec * 1608 July 3: Samuel de Champlain laid the foundation of the Abitation de Quebec * 1608: Samuel de Champlain joined the Hurons in an expedition against the Iroquois, who they
The first fleet under Arthur Phillip arrived in Australia on the 26th of January 1788 and was the first European settlement and penal colony at Sydney Cove, New South Wales. It is on this day, every year, Australia Day is celebrated. Governor Phillip was instructed to establish the first British colony and was made Captain-General and Governor-in-Chief of New South Wales. In 1791, another British colony arrived in Western Australia when George Vancouver claimed the Albany region in the name of King George III. In 1827, Western Australia was established.
10. When Columbus landed in the New World, he believed that he had reached the Indies; thus, he thought, the people he met were Indians. Even though more than 500 years have passed since that voyage, the native people of the Americas are still often referred to as “Indians 11. Before Columbus was a famous admiral and governor of the New World, he was a pirate, or Privateer, who helped attack Moorish merchant trips 12. Columbus was very religious and believed God had called him to make his voyages.
Southwest is home to wild volcanic landscapes and incredible wildlife viewing opportunities. IV. Interior is home to boreal forests and lakes, the region also offers some of Alaska’s best aurora viewing. V. Far North is home to tundra surrounded by wild mountain ranges and rivers, one of the best places for bird watching. 2.
Veneration of Columbus in America dates back to colonial times. The name Columbia for "America" first appeared in a 1738 weekly publication of the debates of the British Parliament.  The use of Columbus as a founding figure of New World nations and the use of the word 'Columbia', or simply the name 'Columbus', spread rapidly after the American Revolution. In 1812, the name 'Columbus' was given to the newly founded capital of Ohio. During the last two decades of the 18th century the name "Columbia" was given to the federal capital District of Columbia, South Carolina's new capital city Columbia, the Columbia River, and numerous other places.
Before he could set out on his voyage, Columbus first needed financial support to aid his campaign. He approached King John II of Portugal in 1485 with his idea. He asked for the King to equip three strong vessels and give his one year to sail the Atlantic Ocean to find Asia via a westerly route. He also requested to be made “Great Admiral of the Ocean” which gave his authority and allowed him to govern any and all the lands he discovers while at sea, and forfeit one-tenth of the profit to the
Samuel de Champlain (French pronunciation: [samɥɛl də ʃɑ̃plɛ̃] born Samuel Champlain; ca. 1567  – December 25, 1635), "The Father of New France", was a French navigator, cartographer, draughtsman, soldier, explorer, geographer, ethnologist, diplomat, and chronicler. He founded New France and Quebec City on July 3, 1608. Born into a family of master mariners, Champlain, while still a young man of 16, began exploring North America in 1603 under the guidance of François Gravé Du Pont.  From 1604-1607, Champlain participated in the exploration and settlement of the first permanent European settlement north of Florida, Port Royal, Acadia (1605).
7. The motives behind European exploration were to find large supplies of gold, silver, and jewels. 8.Europeans owed some of their sailing technology to people because we invented navigation. Section 2 Assesment 1.Kangxi was the first Emperor and ruled for 60 years. -Qing Dynasty was a Chinese name for dynasty that ruled for 260 years.
The Lewis and Clark’s expedition: purposes and achievements Being founded in 1776, the United State is labeled as a young nation with a large area of land. With a passage of time, the history of the country has been accompanied by numerous trail adventures, which have made connections between many parts of the massive continent. Being known as the Crops Discovery of Expedition, the Lewis and Clark Expedition is one of the most successful explorations that help America turn over a new leaf. The expedition was commissioned by President Thomas Jefferson, based on the ground that the United State was in the need of getting valuable minerals and plants, finding a water route to the Pacific Ocean, establishing trade with Native Americans,