the king louis sent him to
On March 19, 1687, La Salle was killed by Pierre Duhaut, near the site of the present day town of Navasota, Texas.
Robert La Salle explored the Mississippi River... Correct me if I'm wrong.
he explored for France
The Mississippi River Valley
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he exsplorer all the land
Robert Cavalier de la Salle
To expand the claim of France on that area.
he explored for 4 years
To explore Mississippi River. Find a route to Asia.
what years did la salle explore
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.
Robert de la salle died on March 20, 1687 by a shot to the head by his own men in Texas.
Because he wanted fur and gold.and to claim land for france.
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.
Louisiana was named by Rene Robert Cavelier Sieur De La Salle. He named it after King Louis XIV
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.
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
I shall assume you mean Rene Robert Cavalier Sieur de La Salle and yes, he was famous. He explored up and down the Mississippi River on behalf of King Louis XIV of France
The first post-explorer settlement in Texas near present-day Houston. The settlement was founded by Frenchman RenÃ©-Robert Cavalier, Sieur de La Salle while he was looking for the mouth of the Mississippi river.
La Salle was born on November 21, 1643, in Rouen, France. I shall assume you mean Rene Robert Cavalier Sieur de La Salle and yes, he was famous. He explored up and down the Mississippi River on behalf of King Louis XIV of France
René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle, or Robert de La Salle was a French explorer. He explored the Great Lakes region of the United States and Canada, the Mississippi River, and the Gulf of Mexico.
On March 19, 1687, La Salle was killed by Pierre Duhaut, near the site of present Navasota, Texas.
robert la salles important contributans
Robert Cavalier de La Salle
Robert la salle dided in texes
While looking for the Northwest Passage, Robert de la Salle explored the Mississippi River and the region around it in the late 1600s. He claimed this land for France. He also explored the Ohio River.
Peter the Great of Russia William Penn René-Robert Cavalier, Sieur de la Salle From wikipedia for this year.
Robert LaSalle was a prolific French explorer. He explored the American Great Lakes, the Mississippi River and several other waterways. He claimed a large area for France.
Rene Robert Cavelier Sieur de La Salle
Robert La Salle went to a Jesuit schhol.
Robert de La Salle established Fort Saint Louis as a French colony in 1685. This colony was situated near present-day Matagorda Bay, Texas. La Salle also explored other part of Texas. This colony was destroyed in 1688.
Rene Robert Cavelier and Sieur de La Salle
what route did Robert de la salle use
On March 19, 1687, Pierre Duhaut murdered Robert La Salle
He was a French Explorer who explored the Mississpi River and some of Texas. He was born in France in 1648.
Robert de salle died when one of his men committed mutiny and shot him in the head.
some of Robert La Salle character traits are intelligence, determination, adventorous and politness.
well Robert de la salle found the Gulf of Mexico..... ANSWERD BY: JANEKA
Robert de la salle went on 3-5 explorations
Robert Cavelier de La Salle was born on November 22, 1643.
The French port at the mouth of the Mississippi River is New Orleans. Robert Cavalier de la Salle visited and claimed the area in 1682 for France.
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