4 edition of The cartography of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, from Cartier to Champlain found in the catalog.
|Statement||by W.F. Ganong.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 12508, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 12508|
|Contributions||Royal Society of Canada.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (25 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||25|
The developing accuracy of cartography in the region over the last five centuries can be gauged by using a contemporary satellite image of the Michigan mitten as a guidepost. The first recorded European contact with the Great Lakes Indians occurred in , when Jacques Cartier explored the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Samuel de Champlain was born in Borage, France in , the exact date is uncertain. He was born to a family of master mariners. He received maritime education from his .
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Small’s talk was about how Cartier’s maps and discoveries had an instant impact on European ideas of Canada, and expanded the early modern European notion of the “oikumene,” that is, the inhabitable world, by not only living in the St Lawrence Valley (unlike the seasonal fishers who simply stayed during the summer season), but showing. 2) Cartier explores St. Lawrence Bay leading to French colonization 3) de Champlain est. New France colony 4) Marquette & Joliet discover upper Mississippi Valley 5) after travelling Mississippi River to gulf of Mex. claim land for France and est colony of Louisiana 6) French gov't directly controlled dealings of colony life.
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[William Francis Ganong; Royal Society of Canada.]. lished in the ﬁrst book of Les voyagesof On the urging of Champlain, de Monts sought and re-ceived a monopoly on the fur trade for the St. Lawrence River area.
Champlain was appointed lieutenant to de Monts with orders to erect a settlement and begin explo-ration of the interior, while Pontgravé was to engage in. The preceding papers of this series have dealt with the early (Pre-Champlain) Cartography of the outer Atlantic and the St.
Lawrence Gulf and River Coasts of Canada as based on records of the voyages of the Cabots and Cortereals (No. Jacques Cartier (). French explorer and navigator. Sources. Early Career.
Born inJacques Cartier was a French mariner who sailed out of the port city of St. Malo. His early life remains a mystery, although we know he undertook voyages of exploration to Newfoundland and Brazil during the early decades of the sixteenth century.
His success on those trips. Ganong, William Francis, The cartography of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, from Cartier to Champlain. ([Montreal, ]) (page images at HathiTrust) Ganong, William Francis, The description and natural history of the coasts of North America (Acadia) / (Toronto: The Champlain Society, ), also by Nicolas Denys and Victor.
Another explorer sent by the French crown, Jacques Cartier, did not stop on the coast of Nova Scotia but continued northwest to the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Following the St. Lawrence waterway, he reached the Huron village called Hochelaga, where he asked the Hurons about people dressed like him, in woven cloth.
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William Francis Ganong. avg rating — 0 ratings — 2 editions. The Cartography of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, from Cartier to Champlain by. CARTIER, JACQUES, navigator of Saint-Malo, first explorer of the Gulf of St.
Lawrence indiscoverer of the St. Lawrence River incommander of the settlement of Charlesbourg-Royal in –42; b.
probably some time between 7 June and 23 Dec. at Saint-Malo (Brittany), where he died in Cartier had no doubt been going to sea since his youth, but. Belle Isle (French for 'Beautiful Island') is an uninhabited island just off the coast of Labrador and north of Newfoundland at the Atlantic entrance to the Strait of Belle Isle which takes its name.
Named by French explorer Jacques Cartier, the island lies on the shortest shipping lane between the Great Lakes and Europe, and also on the main north–south shipping route to Hudson Bay. Samuel de Champlain >Samuel de Champlain (ca.
) was a French geographer and explorer >whose mission was to establish a joint French and Native American >agricultural and fur-trading colony. In 21 voyages to New France  he laid >the foundations for modern Canada. The first European to discover America and remember was Christopher Columbus.
As an Italian by birth, his name would have been Colombo then, and his Spanish sponsors would have called him Colon. For English speakers, his last name has been latinized. Likely first European to Newfoundland. (Prince Henry the Navigator). Verrazano was sailing north from the Carolina coast while Cartier sailed south from Labrador into the Gulf of the St.
Lawrence. Given that Cartier never sailed south of Prince Edward Island and Verrazano barely skirted the southern tip of Nova Scotia, neither fully explored this region. But, we can make some guesses as to the place names.
Gulf of St. Lawrence A T L A N T I C O C E A N James Bay O t ta w a R i v e r Gulf of Maine Lake Champlain Réservoir Baskatong Réservoir Dozois Réservoir Gouin Lac Saint-Jean Réservoir Pipmuacan Réservoir Manicouagan Lac Albanel R o u t e d e l a B a i e - J a mes L a G a d e R i v i è r e St.
Lawrence River N 0 75 km Québec’s. The cartography of Samuel de Champlain marks the beginning of the detailed mapping of the Atlantic coast of North America north of Nantucket Sound, into the St.
Lawrence River Valley, and, in less detail, the region up to and including the eastern Great Lakes. Royal Society of Canada: The cartography of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, from Cartier to Champlain [electronic resource] / ([S.l.: s.n., ?]), also by William F. Ganong (page images at HathiTrust; US access only).
Any and all errors in my discussion of Champlain’s maps are of course my own; the maps of Champlain’s travels depicted in this post appear on the Museum’s website.
I’ve also adopted passages of the recent editions of Des Sauvages in Samuel de Champlain beforeed. Conrad E. Heidenreich and K. Janet Ritch ().Cartier's discovery of the St. Lawrence River helped prepare the way for the eventual French colonization of much of North America.
Champlain, Samuel de (c. –), France Champlain traveled to North America 12 times between andremaining there for several months at a time. Among his many accomplishments on these voyages.Crucial Maps in the Early Cartography and Place-nomenclature of the Atlantic Coast of Canada William Francis Ganong University of Toronto Press, - Cartography - pages.