French in north America
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The French are on a voyage to North America. Not every one survived.
Why him,we were so close
The French claimed land farther north in North America.
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The French called some of there land Canada after the Huron word Kanata, which means "village"
The French claimed land in which is now Newfoundland.
They soon realized the river flowed South not towards the Pacific Ocean so it could not be a Northwest Passage.
This is Marquette and Jolliet. They heard about a mighty river in Michigan. They thought it might be a Northwest Passage
Robert La Salle is a voyager who herd about Marquette and set out to find the northwest passage
For example there was a group of priests that built a mission that today is Missouri.
some of the settlements they made, are now major city's.
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