For king and country

Tallon, Beverley
October 2012
Canada's History;Oct/Nov2012, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p14
A reproduction of the watercolour painting "Cartier Sets Up a Cross at Gaspé" by Charles W. Simpson is presented, noting the actions of French explorer Jacques Cartier, his relations with Laurentian Iroquois people, and Cartier's claim of the Gaspé area for France.


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