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On March 19, 1687, La Salle was killed by Pierre Duhaut, near the site of the present day town of Navasota, Texas.



The Mississippi River Valley



Robert La Salle explored the Mississippi River... Correct me if I'm wrong.


he exsplorer all the land


The Mississippi River Valley



To expand the claim of France on that area.


what years did la salle explore


To explore Mississippi River. Find a route to Asia.




Robert de la salle died on March 20, 1687 by a shot to the head by his own men in Texas.


he explored the sex number 17 the eagle


Rene Robert Cavalier Sieur de La Salle was a famous French explorer in the late 1600s. He journeyed to the Great Lakes region of America, as well as the Mississippi River. He claimed part of these territories for France.


La Salle was shot by three of his own men in Texas


Because he wanted fur and gold.and to claim land for france.


Louisiana was named by Rene Robert Cavelier Sieur De La Salle. He named it after King Louis XIV


Robert La Salle explored in order to find fur trade routes. He was eager to establish a simple way for the furs to make their way from the lake areas to the ocean for shipping.


Robert La Salle explored several places during his lifetime. Some of the places he explored were Canada, Gulf of Mexico, and the US great lakes area.



So he could get fur, gold, and claim land for France.


You mean Rene Robert Cavalier Sieur de La Salle. He was famous for exploring up and down the Mississippi River for France


Louis wanted La Salle to explore the Mississippi River and Great Lakes to claim this is area as a colony for France. La Salle named this area Louisiana in honor of King Louis XIV.



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