French in north America

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.
  • Woof! Woof!
  • We love our new home!
  • 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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