Samuel de Champlain The Father of New France", was a French navigator,
cartographer, draughtsman, soldier, explorer, geographer, ethnologist, diplomat,
French explorer Samuel de Champlain founded Quebec and New France and
mapped the Great Lakes. Learn more at Biography.com.
Samuel de Champlain discovered and charted the Ottawa River, Lake Huron,
Lake Ontario, and founded Quebec; the first French colony in Canada.
Samuel was an explorer who founded the Canadian city of Quebec. He helped
colonize French North America, formerly called New France, and is often called ...
Samuel de Champlain (1567-1635) first became known when his reports of his
travels to the West Indies and Central America with a Spanish expedition in 1598
Samuel de Champlain: Explorer. Samuel de Champlain (1567?-1635) was a
French explorer and navigator who mapped much of northeastern North America
Samuel de Champlain explored the St. Lawrence River for the King of France. He
also explored Lake Ontario. He was trying to find the Northwest Passage-what ...
Samuel de Champlain, though probably born a commoner, moved beyond his
modest roots in the town of Brouage, France to become one of his country's most
Samuel de Champlain (ca. 1570-1635) was a French geographer and explorer
whose mission was to establish a joint French and Native American agricultural ...
Fast facts about the exploration of America and the life of Samuel de Champlain.
Short Biography of Samuel de Champlain. Facts, history and information about ...