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Part II. Samuel de Champlain (c.1570-1635) He returned in 1608, founded Quebec, and established the first white settlement in New France. In 1609, he reached Lake Champlain in New York; later, mapped Lake Huron, and made this part of North America known to the world. He was governor of New France in 1626; his collected "Works," published in 1622-36, remain a great account of conquest and exploration.

Part II. Samuel de Champlain (c.1570-1635) He returned in 1608, founded Quebec, and established the first white settlement in New France. In 1609, he reached Lake Champlain in New York; later, mapped Lake Huron, and made this part of North America known to the world. He was governor of New France in 1626; his collected "Works," published in 1622-36, remain a great account of conquest and exploration.

Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park... get your canoe on these waters at 5 am for some incredible moments!

Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park... get your canoe on these waters at 5 am for some incredible moments!

Imagined portrait of Samuel de Champlain

Imagined portrait of Samuel de Champlain

Samuel de Champlain (Jr. Graphic Famous Explorers)

Samuel de Champlain (Jr. Graphic Famous Explorers)

Samuel de Champlain. Testez vos connaissances sur le Canada : http://quipoquiz.com/quiz/le-canada/

Samuel de Champlain

Samuel de Champlain. Testez vos connaissances sur le Canada : http://quipoquiz.com/quiz/le-canada/

1609 - Exploration of the New World continues as Samuel de Champlain explores Lake Champlain.

1609 - Exploration of the New World continues as Samuel de Champlain explores Lake Champlain.

Samuel de Champlain (Quest Biography)

Samuel de Champlain (Quest Biography)

Sliding on Terrasse Dufferin (terrace) at night : In the ski vacation tug-of-war between the Rockies and the Alps, Québec City wins. Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, this walled provincial capital, combined with the nearby resorts of Stoneham, Mount Sainte Anne, Mont-Sainte-Anne, and Le Massif, provides a dose of France without jetlag, a dash of Europe without the euro, food that surpasses Aspen, and views that rival Tahoe. A winter vacation here is more than a ski holiday, its ...

Sliding on Terrasse Dufferin (terrace) at night : In the ski vacation tug-of-war between the Rockies and the Alps, Québec City wins. Founded in 1608 by Samuel de Champlain, this walled provincial capital, combined with the nearby resorts of Stoneham, Mount Sainte Anne, Mont-Sainte-Anne, and Le Massif, provides a dose of France without jetlag, a dash of Europe without the euro, food that surpasses Aspen, and views that rival Tahoe. A winter vacation here is more than a ski holiday, its ...

"Champlain's habitation at Quebec."  Samuel de Champlain, Les voyages, Paris, 1613.

"Champlain's habitation at Quebec." Samuel de Champlain, Les voyages, Paris, 1613.

Jul 3, 1608	The city of Quebec was founded by Samuel de Champlain.  Quebec - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jul 3, 1608 The city of Quebec was founded by Samuel de Champlain. Quebec - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Samuel De Champlain : Founder of New France and Quebec City (Vol 0) (Paperback) (Andrew Vietze)

Samuel De Champlain : Founder of New France and Quebec City (Vol 0) (Paperback) (Andrew Vietze)