about that time
He permanently settled in France in 1904 when he was 21!!!
Yes France Settled in the Colonies it is just that they mostly settled in northern US and Canada. And they stayed their until The French and Indian War where they removed all colonies from the States
Vikings who settled in north-west France were calle "Normands" (literllay men of the north). The region in which they settled, West of Paris, was named after them: la Normandie (Normandy)
they claimed an area in north America, which is know as new France.
mostly France The French and the English
British, Spain, France -
it was France nepolin who named dnapolian dynomite
France, Britain and Portugal
No. Mexico was explored and settled by Spain.
Danish Vikings settled what is now Normandy, on the coast of northern France. They were led by Rollo, a Norse Viking who became the first ruler of Normandy.
No, what was New France is currently known as the Province of Quebec (in Canada), its former name of New France was given when the French first settled there in the sixteenth century.
The Parisii tribe settled the north central region of France in the 3rd century AD.
The Franks conquered Gaul, and settled there. The name "France" comes from tha Germanic tribe.
The name France is from the Franks who were a German tribe who settled there. Another cool fact of France is that there are over 40,000 chateaus located there.
Spain , France And England
The colonists captured Pennsyvania from New France and named it Pennsylvainia.
France, Spain, Dutch, English.
It settled the dispute that Gemany and France were having in 1906 over France's attempts to gain control over Morocco.
France, Britain/ England, and Spain
Spain, followed by Portugal and France.
It was an agreement to give up all claims to the land that France settled.
Spain, France, England and the Netherlands.
The Vikings invaded France and settled there. Norman's are the offspring of the Vikings.
The name "France" itself was given after a Germanic tribe, the "Franks" having settled in Northern France, whose kings came to preeminence after the fall of the Roman Empire.
The convention of 1800