I want you to go find new land and come back after your find more riches for me.
I will find new land and I will bring back many riches!!!!!
I FOUND LAND AND I AM GOING TO CALL IT CANADA!!!!!!!
SCREW IT WE'RE GOING BACK!!!!!
In 1534, France’s King Francis I authorized the navigator Jacques Cartier (1491-1557) to lead a voyage to the New World in order to seek gold and other riches, as well as a new route to Asia. Cartier’s three expeditions along the St. Lawrence River would later enable France to lay claim to the lands that would become Canada.
We don't care about the island and the riches on it, and by what you have said you did not find anything.
I want to go back because I didn't even go on the island because it was snowing really hard and we would not have found anything.
On his third voyage he found the new land he wanted to call it Canada. He then claimed it for France.
WE WANT TO COME WITH YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
There, his "gold" and "diamonds" were found to be worthless, and the colonists abandoned plans to found a settlement, returning to France after experiencing their first bitter winter.
After these setbacks, France didn’t show any interest in these new lands for half a century, and Cartier’s career as a state-funded explorer came to an end.
While credited with the exploration of the St. Lawrence region, Cartier's reputation has been tarnished by his dealings with the Iroquois and abandonment of the incoming colonists as he fled the New World.
Cartier spent the rest of his life in Saint-Malo and his nearby estate, where he often was useful as an interpreter in Portuguese. He died at age 65 on September 1, 1557, during an epidemic, possibly of typhus, though many sources list his cause of death as unknown. Cartier is interred in St. Vincent's Cathedral.