That Samuel de champlains voyages to Canada gave France the right to claim the land as its possession?
In a pseudo-official way, as the territory waas already occupied at that point. France forfeited this right when it lost the conquest war to Great Britain. (Montreal`s capitulation)
When Canada was called New France it was a French possession and the King of France was soveriegn over it.
The country France
Samuel de Champlains personality was very curious and exploris. He explored to find places unknown, and to seek wealth and power. he moved to France and went on quests for months sent by the kings of France and Spain.
Jacques Cartier landed at Gaspé and took possession of "Canada" on behalf of the King of France.
Samuel de Champlain\'s country was France. He was born in La Rochelle, Aunis, France.
He helped establish New France and allied with the native Americans
France sponsored Samuel de Champlain's voyages due to the various contributions that he made in developing the territories that France had. Quebec and New France were among the places he founded.
Samuel de Champlain has written: 'Les voyages du sieur de Champlain, Xaintongeois, capitaine ordinaire pour le roy, en la marine, divisez en deux livres' -- subject(s): Discovery and exploration, Indians of North America, French, History 'Voyages en la Nouvelle-France' 'The Champlain map of 1616' -- subject(s): Maps, Early maps, Facsimiles, Discovery and exploration 'Algonquians, Hurons, and Iroquois' -- subject(s): Discovery and exploration, History, French, Description and travel, Indians of North America 'Narrative of a voyage… Read More
The Giovanni Da Verrazzano voyages made France both powerful and wealthy. His voyages were able to bring minerals to France and therefore made the country wealthy.
Samuel De Champlain's family was poor. In fact most of the families in France was poor. I am not from France but I would say that the Catholic churches were rich.
Cartier claimed the northeastern coast of North America (Canada) on behalf of France in 1534, 10 years after the voyages of Verrazano to the Atlantic coasts. Cartier explored Newfoundland and the Gulf of St. Lawrence, which he was convinced led to the Pacific Ocean.
Jacques Cartier's voyages to the New World were commissioned by King Francis I of France. He was the first European to explore the interior of North America, and everything he found was claimed for France.
The King of France
king francois of france
In 1534, Jacques Cartier took possession of the territory for the king of France. After that, slowly, people started to come and live here. But most of them arrived after 1660s.
Cartier made three voyages for France to the North American continent between 1534 and 1542.
Canada can't export anything from France. Canada can export to France, or import from France.
from 1834 to 1962 what country was possession of france
His last wife was 13 years old, while Samual de Champlain was 40! For the record, they didn't have any kids - he lived in New France (Quebec) and she lived in France.
J. G. Barthe has written: 'Le Canada reconquis par la France' -- subject(s): Histoire 'Lettre sur le Canada' -- subject(s): Politics and government, Descriptions et voyages, Politique et gouvernement, Description and travel
he was planning on to go to the new world, but he had stopped beucase of the rapids up ahead in Montreal so he headed back to France.
Possession - 2007 I is rated/received certificates of: France:-16
Although Canada and France are both in the Northern Hemisphere, France is in the Eastern Hemisphere and Canada is in the Western Hemisphere.
he financed himself and by king louis of france
The Man who financed Cartier's voyages was the King of France
king Francis 1 King Francis I, the king of France.
Champlain was a navigator and a relay great mapmaker. often called the father of new France because he helped establish permanent settlements there . ex Quebec city
No. Canada and France are located on different continents.
French voyagers landed on Canada. They then conquered Canada and now France owns (or colonists) Canada.
Since both Canada and France are in the northern hemisphere, their seasons will match. Therefore, if it is summer in Canada, it is summer in France as well.
France claimed much of what is now Canada and Mississippi France and Britain claimed Canada.
The Country of France is located in Europe. Canada is located in North America.
Because Canada is strong enough to separate from France
In size ? Canada is much "bigger" than France
new France became Canada and us....
the distance between canada to france is 6,837 km, this distance is long distance and canada is a country in north america, the population of canada is 35.16 million,france is also good place
France started a colony in Canada in the early 1400's.
Jaques Cartier claimed Canada for France on July 24, 1534.
France exports nothing to Canada these to counries have no relationship what so ever.
Canada is twenty times larger than France.
No. Canada owns Canada. France lost control of Canada at the end of the French and Indian War (Seven years War in Europe). the 1763 Treaty of Paris conveyed New France to British control.
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The job description Samuel de Champlain's entailed travelling and exploration. He was also a cartographer and was directly involved in the founding of New France and Quebec among other roles.
France. He was an Italian who explored the Americas under the support of Francis I of France. Although he was Italian, his voyages of exploration was done under the service of France. He searched for what is now the USA.
no it's not in Canada
He claimed what is now Canada for France. He was the first European to describe and map the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and the shores of the Saint Lawrence River, which he named "The Country of Canadas", after the Iroquois names for the two big settlements he saw at Stadacona (Quebec City) and at Hochelaga (Montreal Island).
Samuel de Champlains main hardships included time consuming trips between the new world and his home and source of his patronage in France; he also had to deal with the changing of the people of influence as the government of France changed. He appears to have been an intelligent and accomplished individual who took hardships in stride, including four years imprisoned by the British when they took control of Quebec in 1629. He accomplished a… Read More
France. Canada was known as New France, and New Orleans was sold to the US by Napoleon, Emperor of France.
The French colonies in the New World (Canada, but not only) were called "la Nouvelle France" (New France in English).