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French explorer went down the Ohio River to present day Louisville, Kentucky Robert de LaSalle
British explorers who went into the New River region and found the MANI tree Batts and Fallam
Lieutenant Governor who explored the Shenaandoah Valley and gave his companions Golden Horseshoes Alexander 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 River Celoron de Blainville
British pair that were sent to break the trade monopoly with the Occaneechi Needham and Arthur
Killed by Indian John James Needham
First European to see the Great Kanawha River Gabbiel 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 Virginia John Lederer
British pair of Land Company Explorers Walker and Gist
Named the Cumberland Gap Thomas Walker
Explored the route that became the National Road Christopher 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
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Exploration and Colonization. Christopher Columbus Christopher Columbus-while searching for a shorter route to Asia, he discovered the Americas in.
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Robert de La Salle Made by Cal Cerny Childhood René Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle was born on November 21, 1643, in Rouen, France, and.
This area had belonged to Spain. Napoleon took control in Its control was crucial for the use of the port at New Orleans. Control of this city gave.
Learning Goals The students will understand the Spaniards and how they explored Oklahoma with at least a level 3 understanding. The students will understand.
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