de Champlain, Samuel
August 2017
Samuel de Champlain: Voyages;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents an introduction by the 16th-17th century French explorer, who lived circa 1567-1635, detailing the history of European expeditions that have sought a naval passage through northern Canada to the Orient. Explorers such as John Cabot, John Davis, and the Marquis de la Roche; Settlements of Sier de Monts.


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