European Explorers - Age Of Exploration Jaques Cartier from the Thinkquest site Who Goes There European Explorationof the new world; To Top samuel de champlain, samuel champlain - a biography http://www.chenowith.k12.or.us/tech/subject/social/explore.html
Extractions: General Links The Age of Exploration from the Mariner's Museum in Newport News, Virginia. Includes a timeline and curriculum guide. Discoverer's Web by a Netherlands University faculty member. Explorers of the Millennium from the ThinkQuest Jr. project. Who Goes There: European Exploration of the New World a Thinkquest project Discovery School's Exploration Station - learn about some of the most famous European explorers who sailed the high seas. Empire of the Bay from the PBS series. Includes Hudson, Champlain, Cartier, and others. Florida of the Conquistador facts about Ponce deLeon, Panfilo de Narvaez, Hernando deSoto, and Tristan deLuna. PBS: Conquistadors - learn all about Cortes, Pizarro, Orellana, and Cabeza De Vaca- four men who helped explore the new world. Enchanted Learning Explorers Room 30's Explorer Page reports by a San Jose 5th Grade class. Bartholemew Dias, Vasco da Gama, Christopher Columbus, Amerigo Vespucci, and Ferdinand Magellan are covered.
Education World ® - Curriculum: Across The Sea: Europeans Explore The New World Looking for information and activities about the intrepid adventurers who first voyaged to the new world? Check out these Internet sites and help your students explore the earliest explorers. Cabot, and samuel de champlain. of champlain. The Timeline, although primarily geared to new France, includes information about the French exploration http://www.education-world.com/a_curr/curr095.shtml
Extractions: Professional Development Center Archives: VIEW ALL ARTICLES The Arts ... History Curriculum Article C U R R I C U L U M A R T I C L E Looking for information and activities about the intrepid adventurers who first voyaged to the New World? Check out these Internet sites and help your students explore the earliest explorers. Begin your voyage with a visit to Explorers of the World , part of the Bellingham (Washington) Schools' Web site, which asks the question "What kinds of people chose a life of exploration, challenge, and discovery?" Click on the question and then share with your students the 10 Characteristics of the Achieving Personality that comprise the answer. How many of those characteristics focus, preparedness, conviction, perseverance, creativity, curiosity, resilience, risk taking, independence, and a sense of higher purpose did the early explorers exhibit? How many of those traits are shared by your students? They'll be fascinated, and hopefully inspired, as they find out. This site also provides information about some early European explorers. Click Land to find that information.
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Samuel De Champlain | History Comes Alive Links to samuel de champlain The following list will hopefully provide some useful links to other Internet sites concerning samuel de champlain. What is an astrolabe? Find out here. level classes in modern European and world history). scan of champlain's map of new France, 1632, Board on samuel de champlain (1964), from the series "The History Makers exploration". http://www.historycomesalive.ca/canadians/links/samuellinks.htm
Extractions: Find out here. The Canadian Museum of Civilization may have Champlain's own astrolabe in its possession. Made in 1603, it was discovered in 1867 by a 14-year-old farm boy named Edward Lee, while he was helping his father clear trees by Green Lake (near Cobden, Ontario). You can download a great educational computer program (PC only), the animated Electric Astrolab, from Astrolabes.org Excerpt from Champlain's Journal A concise history, with illustrations and maps, of Samuel de Champlain (and other early explorers), at the Canadian Museum of Civilization's Virtual Museum of New France. Article has a large-scale reproduction of Champlain's Carte de la nouvelle France, 1632 (map of New France in 1632, see next link). A great bilingual site.
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CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Samuel De Champlain the year 1611 champlain continued his exploration of the the land of his fathers inthe new world. des choses plus remarquables que samuel champlain de Brouage description Article from the Catholic Encyclopedia.Category Society History Explorers champlain, samuel de http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/03567a.htm
Extractions: Home Encyclopedia Summa Fathers ... C > Samuel de Champlain A B C D ... Z has always seemed to me to occupy the first place. By this art we obtain a knowledge of different countries, regions, and realms. By this we attract and bring to our own land all kinds of riches; by it the idolatry of paganism is overthrown, and christianity proclaimed throughout all the regions of the earth. This is the art . . . which led me to explore the coasts of a portion of America, especially those of New France, where I have always desired to see the lily flourish, together with the only religion catholic, Apostolic and Roman. (Les voyages du Sieur de Champlain, Paris, 1613, Pt. V). La Place Royale ARTHUR G. DOUGHTY
Extractions: The Path to Settlement At the turn of the century, exploration had taken second place to fur trading with the Native People of the New World. France was financially strapped and even the new king, Henri IV, lived little better than a pauper. Protestant by birth, Henri had converted to Catholicism to help him rule the Catholic-dominated country. France was poor, but the Catholic Church was very rich. King Henri then filled his government with Huguenots (French Protestants) and rewrote the tax laws and set up agricultural programs that helped France get back on track. However, he was convinced that trade income from New France was the answer to the country's financial problems. Following the lead of the Dutch and Spanish, King Henri decided to create a company to oversee the colonization and fur trade of New France rather than to depend on private funding. To that end, he founded The Canada and Acadia Company in 1603 and granted to it a fur trade monopoly over all the land from present-day Philidelphia to Cape Breton Island. Aymar de Clermont de Chaste was appointed Vice-Admiral of France who sent Samuel de Champlain, probably on commission from King Henri IV, on his first voyage to Canada. Champlain's instructions were to retrace Cartier's route from over a half-century earlier and to begin setting up trade relations with the Iroquoians and with any other Indian Nations he encountered.
Extractions: AUTHOR TITLE EDITION FORMAT PRICE PUBORG Narrative of a voyage to Maryland by Father Andrew White, SJ; account, colony of Baltimore, letters of mission Graphic Html n/c Libr Congress Anon. Hudson's Voyage in 1609 (tr. J R Brodhead from Dutch) (NY Hist Soc) Graphic n/c CornellU Bigges, Walter (Capt.) Html n/c Bartleby Brooks, Elbridge Streeter The True Story of Christopher Columbus, Called the Great Admiral MSReadr n/c UVaLib Brooks, Elbridge Streeter The True Story of Christopher Columbus, Called the Great Admiral [illus.] Palm(A) n/c UVaLib Campbell, Courtney Html n/c OregonStU Campbell, Thomas Joseph Isaac Jogues, S.J., Discoverer of Lake George (NY Hist Soc) Graphic n/c CornellU Castell, William, d. 1645 Extract, Castell's "A Short Discoverie of the Coasts & Continent of America" of America, 1644 Graphic n/c CornellU Champlain, Samuel de The Works of Samuel de Champlain, Port. [Champlain Society] Graphic n/c ChamplainSoc Champlain, Samuel de
Extractions: AUTHOR TITLE EDITION FORMAT PRICE PUBORG A [short] history of Canada [brief description historical periods] n.d. Html n/c LinksNorth Brief Account of the Vessel employed in the service of the Mission on the coast of Labrador...1770-1852 Html n/c MemUNewfndlnd Canadian History (1) (Chronological: extensive collection of links to various periods) n.d. Html n/c UKansas Canadian History (2) (Topical: extensive collection of links to various periods) n.d. Html n/c UKansas Abbott, John Stevens Cabot, 1805-77 Graphic Html n/c MOA-UMich Aberdeen, Ishbel Maria Through Canada With a Kodak Html Graphic n/c ECO Argyll, John Douglas Sutherland Campbell The Canadian North-West: Speech...At Winnipeg By His Excellency the Marquis of Lorne, Gov. Gen. of Canada, Aft Html Graphic n/c ECO Back, George Graphic n/c ECO Ballantyne, Robert Michael Graphic n/c ECO Ballantyne, Robert Michael Hudson's Bay, Or, Every-day Life in the Wilds of North America: During Six Years' Residence in the Territories Graphic n/c ECO Ballantyne, Robert Michael
MMBC Schoolnet: Exploration Gateway explorers such as Frenchmen, Jacques Cartier and samuel de champlain, followingthis resources that were present in these new world regions, establishing http://mmbc.bc.ca/source/schoolnet/exploration/
Extractions: A NCIENT TIMES - TH C ENTURY ravelers of the ancient world explored distant regions not only out of necessity for such things as food and shelter but also out of sheer curiosity. A wide range of water craft designs were used by ancient travelers, enabling peoples from different lands to meet and communicate. With the growth of populations in areas defined today as countries, and the formation of systems to govern these populations, it became necessary to acquire more land and resources in order to gain power and compete in the world market. Trade soon became the key motivating factor for exploration while the advancement of shipbuilding techniques allowed for exploration at farther distances and for longer duration. Arab dhow By the 8th century, Arab language, knowledge and the religion of Islam had spread across vast distances. Muslim scholars (those who followed Islam) sought out scientific knowledge when exploring other lands. These scholars were first to calculate that the earth was round. Excelling in navigation, they are credited with the invention of the astrolabe . The best known Muslim traveler is Ibn Battuta who wrote about his adventurous 14th century journeys by sea and land in a book titled "Travels". The Vikings, namely Norse explorers Bjarni Herjulfsson, Eric the Red, and son Leif Erikson, discovered Iceland, Greenland, and the coastline as far south as the northeastern American states in the late tenth century. It would be several centuries before other European peoples explored the Americas.
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Explorations: Champlain samuel de champlain c. 1570 1635. If champlain is remembered as a forefather ofthe French and voluminous writers about the exploration of the new world. http://www.wwnorton.com/college/english/naal5/explore/champlain.htm
Extractions: c. 1570 - 1635 Biography Born into a seafaring family on the Atlantic coast of France, Champlain crossed the Atlantic over twenty times. His voyages took him up the St. Lawrence River to the future site of Montreal; to Quebec City, which he founded in 1608; to the coasts of what would become New England and Canada's Maritime provinces; and inland to Georgian Bay. These extensive coastal and interior explorations enabled France to make solid claims to much of North America at a time when the English were just beginning to settle Virginia. Champlain also cultivated strong friendships with many Native Americans, including the Montagnais, the Algonkians, and the Hurons, with whom he joined forces to fight their enemy, the Iroquois. He recorded his explorations in such works as Des Sauvages Les Voyages Voyages et Descouvertures (1619), and Les Voyages de la Nouvelle France (1632), his final and largest publication. Explorations If Champlain is remembered as a forefather of the French settlement of what is now Quebec, he is also remembered as one of the most careful and voluminous writers about the exploration of the New World. Compared to Harriot's Brief and True Report , Champlain's Voyages (1613) is loaded with detail and seems much more modern, scientific, and professional. The interactions which he describes with native peoples are complex, and he is careful to distinguish among the various groups whom he and his men encounter.
Untitled champlain, samuel de champlain was the He discovered the new world in 1492 and openedthe Western Hemisphere to exploration and settlement from Europe. http://wps.ablongman.com/wps/media/objects/28/29258/ch1_glossary.html
Extractions: A B C E ... V A Agricultural Revolution The process of domesticating (planting, cultivating, and harvesting) plant life for food which occurred worldwide from 7000 to 9000 years ago. It resulted in sedentary living, the division of labor, regional trading, and greater social and political complexity. Page Ref: 5 Back to the top B Black Death The Black Death was a mid-fourteenth-century disease (primarily bubonic plague) epidemic that ravaged Europe and helped cause an economic decline. Calvin, John Calvin was a Swiss Protestant leader and reformer whose ideas informed the religious doctrines of the Pilgrims and Puritans who later migrated to America.
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Extractions: 2.1.3 study about different world cultures and civilizations focusing on their accomplishments, contributions, values, beliefs, and traditions. Objective for a given explorer of New York, state the motivation for exploration, the country that funded the mission, and the area explored/settled. Themes: identity, culture Content identify the countries and explorers
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Extractions: In 1534 Cartier located the entrance to the St. Lawrence River, the key to any North American continental highway. Like Cabot, he hoped to find warm winds and spice trees, signs that his fortune was near. Though he sailed up the magnificent waterway to establish a settlement at the future site of the City of Quebec, and on to the Indian village of Hochelaga, which was to become Montreal, and took the entire territory in the name of the King of France, he returned home without a hint that this was the way to the markets of China. But the idea would not remain forgotten, nor the challenge. Almost a century later, another Frenchman, Samuel de Champlain, also sailed up the St. Lawrence to Montreal. The year 1614 marks the conscious beginning of the first North American commercial continental highway. In the spring of that year, Champlain set out with two other Europeans and a small group of Indians to follow the Ottawa River rather than continue up the St. Lawrence River. His Indian guides had assured him that there was a very large body of water ahead. Having no guide beyond his own hopes and dreams, the explorer assumed that he was near salt water and on his way to China! It was a long, arduous journey, lasting several weeks, much of the time spent portaging the many rapids, an experience entirely new to the Frenchman. But always, no matter how exhausted, he thought about that salt water. When at last his Indian guides led him to the mouth of the French River and a bay so vast that he could not see the horizon, he thanked God for the blessing before falling to his knees and scooping up a handful of water. His realization was one of the most disappointing in an era of countless failures. This was fresh water it was not the ocean!