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French explorer went down the Ohio River to present day Louisville, KentuckyRobert de LaSalle
British explorers who went into the New River region and found the MANI treeBatts and Fallam
Lieutenant Governor who explored the Shenaandoah Valley and gave his companions Golden HorseshoesAlexander Spotswood
British explorer, bad weather drove him north of his destination, landed on a peninsula in the James River, this site became Jamestown Christopher Newport
Frenchman who buried lead plates in the banks of the Ohio RiverCeloron de Blainville
British pair that were sent to break the trade monopoly with the OccaneechiNeedham and Arthur
Killed by Indian John James Needham
First European to see the Great Kanawha RiverGabbiel Arthur
German explorer who explored the Harpers Ferry area, wrote in his journal about seeing “peacocks, lions, and the Atlantick Ocean” John Lederer
First European to enter what is now West VirginiaJohn Lederer
British pair of Land Company ExplorersWalker and Gist
Named the Cumberland GapThomas Walker
Explored the route that became the National RoadChristopher Gist
Pair of British explorers that travelled down the Mississippi and were captured by the French and taken to New Orleans Howard and Salling
While traveling near Peytona in Boone County this explorer was the first to see coal.John Peter Salling
This pair of British explorers went to the origin of the Roanoke River to create interest in the area Wood and Bland
This British explorer became the Commander of Fort Henry, he led and sent several expeditions into the interior to expand the King’s territory Abraham Wood
He kept record of their trip that was published as “The Discovery of New Brittaine”Edward Bland
Chapter 4 Review official permission to operate.
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French Fur Traders come to North America. French Explorers claimed land for the French King in Canada.
Chapter 6 Review. a temporary visitor transie nt.
Chapter 2-Section 1 The French and Indian War. English/French Dominance The French and the English had been fighting for dominance in Europe since the.
Mississippi Explorers. Hernando De Soto Spanish Came to North America in search of gold and silver Brought 600 soldiers with him and introduced hogs.
Tennessee Standards 8.8 Describe the location and reasons for French exploration and settlements in North America, including the Huguenots. (E, G, H, P)
Chapter 7 Lesson 2 Study Guide Test Thursday, January 14, 2010.
French and Indian War 3 Britain declares war on ________________in Britain and the colonies _________________________during the first several years.
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Ky. Sports Figures Ky. Presidents.
1 Christopher Columbus Francisco Coronado Discovered the New World but didn’t know it. Claimed the Southwestern United States for Spain Regions explored.
Early Explorers 4 th grade: Melissa Eason. Christopher Columbus Italian explorer Began is voyage in 1492 Hoped to find a route to India in order to trade.
Spain was the first European nation to claim lands in the Americas. The French also claimed territory in North America. In the early 1600s they built settlements.
By Tyson, Stephanie, Regan,Kris Table #2. Robert De LaSalle Born in France November 24, 1643 Jesuit schools Sailed to Canada Became fir trader Died in.
European Nations Settle North America Mr. R. European movement v What European countries do you see in North America? (besides Spain) Why do you think.
Robin Powell Mecklenburg County. This lesson is designed to reinforce: Virginia SOL 3.3 and 3.5 The student will develop map skills and study the exploration.
René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de Las Salle
Trouble on the Frontier
Waypoint 1 England. Christopher Newport was a famous explorer who sailed from England His motivation was to discover riches and to find a western route.
First Semester Final Review. What term describes where a place is as compared to other places? Relative location.
The Beginnings of the “New World”. Background – People in Europe had no knowledge of the Americas Marco Polo went to China in the late 1200s Came back.
RENE-ROBERT CAVALIER, SIEUR De La SALLE ( )
Geologic Map of Tennessee
While the English (British) settled in Jamestown, the French setup their first settlement along the Mississippi Valley and what is now Canada. The.
The Louisiana Purchase “The greatest real estate deal in history.”
In the mid- 1700s, colonists continued to move west into the Ohio River Valley.
The Early Republic 5 th Grade Social Studies Chapter 10 Lesson 1 People on the Move.
Unit 4: French Colonization and the French & Indian War Lesson 2: The French & Indian War.
Early Explorers of AR 2 The Arkansas Post.
Creating and Growing a Nation AFTER THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR, THE UNITED STATES UNDERWENT SIGNIFICANT SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND TERRITORIAL CHANGES. THE U.S.
Early European Explorers Mr. H. Leif Ericsson From – Greenland Sailed and Explored for – Greenland, Vikings Looking For – Route Sailed – North.
Essential Question: How did Europeans explore and establish settlements in the Americas?
Famous Explorers Christopher Columbus John Cabot Juan Ponce de Leon
Prelude to The American Revolution. The French and Indian War.
The French and Indian War. Read and Interpret A Cause of the War with Your Group “ By … the forts [the French] have already built, the British Plantations.
1700’s Appalachia What to know for tomorrow!. Quick Review “Appalachia” from where? From where did settlers come?
The Age of Exploration 4th Grade
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5th Grade Social Studies Chapter 4 Lesson 1
Robert La Salle By: Will Clark and Matt Howes Early Life of Robert La Salle La Salle was born on November 21,1643 in Rouen,France. He enjoyed science.
In your notebook : Using the Atlas P. 18 Map of the world P.19 Map of Europe What do you notice about the two maps? How are they different from today?
Draw an outline of a deserted island. Write on the island what problems you might face if you were stranded on a deserted island.
Research of Mississippi By Nathan Young and Jonathan Scheffler.
The French and Indian War Both Great Britain and France claimed the land to the west of the colonies.
“Into the Wilderness” The Exploration & Settlement of the Ohio Country Archbishop Hoban High School Mr. Jason Edwin Anderson, US History Teacher.
Chapter 6 Important People. cut a path from Wills Creek to the forks of the Ohio River Thomas Cresap.
French Explorers in Arkansas’ Past Jacques Marquette Louis Joliet Robert Cavelier De La Salle Henri de Tonti Bernard de la Harpe.
ALL ABOUT ROBERT DE LA SALLE BY DREW and AKSHAY. WHO WAS HIS SPONSOR? His sponsor was France King Louie 14 wanted him to pay for his own trip The governor.
Lewis & Clark. Lewis & Clark courageous explorers Lewis & Clark American men. Journeyed west did their best for their country and then Oh Lewis & Clark.
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