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Geographically the French claimed and settled?
the Missippie Valley and Canada.
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There is no set limit on how long to settle a claim. There are time limits regarding your insurer responding to your claims. You can bring legal action against your company wi…thin 2 years (in most states) if you are not happy with the claim processing services of your company.
Ontario --------------- But mostly lower Quebec, along the St Lawrence. Of course as Canada grew so did the French who have settled where ever there are Federal offices as mo…st of those jobs are reserved for people who speak French.
The first French settlement was at Port-Royal (now Annapolis Royal) in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia. Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec in 1608, and French settlers too…k up land along the St Lawrence River. The next major area of French settlement was at present-day Montreal.
to have their own colony and to spread their religon
Mostly to sell & trade furs.
the french wanted to start the colony of quebec for fur trading
The French settled in the Gulf of Mexico, near the Mississippi's mouth. They also settled in and founded Quebec. They settled near the St. Lawrence river as well. And the Grea…t Lakes region was another place they settled at. Actually they settled in modern day -Quebec -Montreal -Canada -Detroit -Green Bay -St.Louis -Mobile -Biloxi -Baton Rouge -New Orleans -Port-au-Prince and Haiti
You can settle without a lawyer but it is always best to have some legal advice. There are laws that you might not be aware of and also a lawyer knows what claims are le…gal and how to go about the process.
After they claimed the same land as the British there was a long fight called the French and Indian war. The British won so the French lost that land but in the end the French… claimed Louisiana to Ohio.
The French settled in North America just like Great Britain because they wanted more land and power.
In was near baton Rouge. Louis Petitpas was the leader of this small group. From Acadia (Nova Scotia) Louis went to Louisiana to escape English rule. He fought aginst Indian r…aids for most of his life there. He died in 1767, at the age of seventy.
The Mississippi valley was originally a French colony, known as Lousiana after King Louis. New Orleans was established at the mouth of the Mississippi as a trading town.… Later France gave the territory to France, which then returned it to France, before finally selling it to the United States in the Louisiana Purchase.
Fur trapper, and trade
The French settled in different islands of the Caribbean at different times. For example, they settled in Dominica in 1632 and Martinique and Guadeloupe in 1635. Similarly…, they occupied the western half of Hispaniola, also called Saint-Domingue (Haiti), in 1664.