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2 Explorers of the Old World By the 5/6 Discovery team

3 Exploration of Sir Humphrey Gilbert By:Addie Shedletsky

4 Life Goals - Sir Humphrey Gilbert was from England. -His life goal was to sail over to Newfoundland and make it an English settlement. -Gilbert also had many other goals to accomplish but the most important thing was that he achieved his main goal for life.

5 Hardships Sir Humphrey Gilbert went through a lot of hardships on his trip to Newfoundland.One of them was a sickness called scurvy which caused that particular ship to turn back. Another hardship was when one of the ships turned back because of leaks.Gilbert went through many other hardships but these were the main two.

6 Gilbert’s Route The route that Gilbert took started out in England When he left England he accomplished his goal by sailing to and conquering Newfoundland. After that he sailed over to Nova Scotia to explore around the land. Then Gilbert sailed to the Azure Islands but never returned to England because of his ship sinking.

7 How Did Gilbert Die? Sir Humphrey Gilbert died in a very sad and scary way. Sir Humphrey Gilbert died in a very sad and scary way. On Gilbert’s trip back home his ship sunk near the Azure Islands and Gilbert drowned. On Gilbert’s trip back home his ship sunk near the Azure Islands and Gilbert drowned.

8 James Cook By:Rebecca Evans

9 Early James Cook James Cook was born in Marton,England. James Cook was born in Marton,England. In 1755 James cook sighned up for the royal navy as a sailor. In 1755 James cook sighned up for the royal navy as a sailor James Cook married Elizabeth Batts James Cook married Elizabeth Batts.

10 The voyages of James Cook In1768 James Cook became captain of the Endeavor. In 1768 James Cook was assigned a secret mission to find the transit of venues. In 1772 James Cook went to find the 7th continent In 1770 James cooks crew spotted a uncharted land

11 James Cook’s later years As James Cook went on his third voyages to Hawaii. James Cook died a the age 25. James Cook died in 1780.

12 Samuel de Champlain Power point by, Selina Scharr

13 Personal info on Samuel De Champlain He was born in Brouage, France at about 1567 He was born in Brouage, France at about 1567 His goal was to navigate a ship. His goal was to navigate a ship. He loved the high seas and wanted to sail them He loved the high seas and wanted to sail them

14 Adventures of Samuel De Champlain Him and his friend discovered Quebec on July 3,1609. He refuses to surrender Quebec to the British forces. He fights on the side of Catholics during France’s war of religion.

15 More adventures of Samuel de Champlain Champlain sails to Canada to trade with the native people. He visits what is now Maine, Boston, and Cape Cod. Champlain and the French fight against the Iroquois.

16 John Franklin [ ] BY CJ Busby

17 Franklin’s land Franklin sailed through the north west passage and found a new land. Franklin sailed through the north west passage and found a new land. He retuned back to Spain to tell them but no one believed him. He retuned back to Spain to tell them but no one believed him. He took a hundred and 28 men with him to prove them wrong. He took a hundred and 28 men with him to prove them wrong. But he could not find it again. But he could not find it again.

18 Franklin’s Goals One of his goals was to get through the North West Passage. One of his goals was to get through the North West Passage. Another was to find a new land. Another was to find a new land. To find gold in other lands. To find gold in other lands. To find Indians. To find Indians. And to built a new ship. And to built a new ship.

19 Franklins Birth/Death Franklin was born in He head lots of adventures to other lands before he died He died in 1847 a ship wreck. he wrote one last note to his family and his crew before he died. It said how and when he had died

20 Francis Drake By Claire Allen

21 The beginning Francis drake was born in Tavistock, Devon, sometime between 1541 and Francis drake was born in Tavistock, Devon, sometime between 1541 and His main goal was to do the second circumnavigation of the globe His main goal was to do the second circumnavigation of the globe He was an apprentice on a trading ship which was given to him when the master died. After selling this ship, he returned to Devon and sailed with his relative John Hawkins. Hawkins and Drake made the first English slaving voyages, bringing African slaves to work in the 'New World'. He was an apprentice on a trading ship which was given to him when the master died. After selling this ship, he returned to Devon and sailed with his relative John Hawkins. Hawkins and Drake made the first English slaving voyages, bringing African slaves to work in the 'New World'.

22 Francis’s travel The voyage took three years, from 1577 to After reaching America, Drake was worried that his ships might get separated from each other, so he gave orders for two of them to be destroyed. Then the Marigold was lost, with all her crew, By October 1578, as the company started up the western coast of South America, there were just 58 people left, all on the Pelican, so Drake renamed his ship the Golden Hind.

23 The end He died at sea on his final voyage on the coast of Panama, in Nombre de Dios Bay. He had been suffering from dysentery for a while and on January 1596, he died. His body was placed inside a lead casket and he was slipped overboard. Two other ships, his most recent prizes, were sunk near his body. He was about 54 years old when he died.

24 The Samuel de Champlain Museum! Owner: Kate Colagreco

25 Who is He? Samuel de Champlain was born in Brouage, France in Samuel de Champlain was born in Brouage, France in He died in Quebec on December 25, 1635.

26 The Important Voyage The Important Voyage On his first voyage he met the Native Americans. He ended up in Quebec. They were the Iroquois. At first they were friendly people, they would trade many things with them. Like fur for metal ware like knives. On his first voyage he met the Native Americans. He ended up in Quebec. They were the Iroquois. At first they were friendly people, they would trade many things with them. Like fur for metal ware like knives. After a while the Hurons and the Iroquois got into a war. Samuel de Champlain helped fight the war.

27 Samuel de Champlain So now that you know some facts about de Champlain come to: The Samuel de Champlain Museum to learn even more! So now that you know some facts about de Champlain come to: The Samuel de Champlain Museum to learn even more! ($15 per Person) ($15 per Person) (Located on route 841) (Located on route 841)

28 John Cabot ( ) By, Danielle Diehle

29 Findings & Discoveries One thing that he found was a new land in what came to be Canada. The land was called Labrador or Newfoundland. One thing that he found was a new land in what came to be Canada. The land was called Labrador or Newfoundland. He also found a part of Canada. He found it while trying to find the Northwestern Passage across Asia. He also found a part of Canada. He found it while trying to find the Northwestern Passage across Asia. The last thing that he found was what people think was a little bit of America according to the maps.But because he was never heard from their not sure. The last thing that he found was what people think was a little bit of America according to the maps.But because he was never heard from their not sure.

30 Accomplishments One accomplishment that he made was becoming the first explorer to sail to Canada and to discover the mainland of North America. Another accomplishment he made was he got an award for discovering the “land of spices” which was very good to the people. The last accomplishment he got was to discover two different lands and had many statues all over the land made after him. Chemin des Erables Chemin des Erables 1999/ Tous droits de reproduction réservés Conditions de lecture optimale navigateur MSIE 4 ou + Overview The United States Capitol The Congressional Office Buildings The Capitol Grounds Architectural Features & Historic Spaces Works of Art Capitol Complex Map Overview Capitol Complex Map Tour Bus Route Map Overview Responsibilities of the Architect The Architects since 1793 Employment Opportunities Overview Project Map Overview Project Updates Overview U.S. CapitolU.S. Capitol > Works of Art >RotundaWorks of ArtRotunda John Cabot Francisco Iardella Sandstone 1828 Rotunda, above Landing of ColumbusLanding of Columbus Office of the Curator, April 2001Comment on this Web site using our Feedback Form Feedback Form

31 John Cabot’s Voyages One of John Cabot’s voyages was to find a way to the Northwest passage to the Indies.But he actually had been exploring the coastline & islands of Canada, although he thought that he reached Northern Asia. One of John Cabot’s voyages was to find a way to the Northwest passage to the Indies.But he actually had been exploring the coastline & islands of Canada, although he thought that he reached Northern Asia. Another voyage he went on was on the boat “Matthew” hoping to sail to Canada which he did.He landed in Labrador along with his sons.He claimed the land for England. Another voyage he went on was on the boat “Matthew” hoping to sail to Canada which he did.He landed in Labrador along with his sons.He claimed the land for England. In 1498 he hoped to have a second big voyage but to America.Once in this voyage he was never heard from again. In 1498 he hoped to have a second big voyage but to America.Once in this voyage he was never heard from again.

32 John Cabot ( ) By, Danielle Diehle

33 Findings & Discoveries One thing that he found was a new land in what came to be Canada. The land was called Labrador or Newfoundland. One thing that he found was a new land in what came to be Canada. The land was called Labrador or Newfoundland. He also found a part of Canada. He found it while trying to find the Northwestern Passage across Asia. He also found a part of Canada. He found it while trying to find the Northwestern Passage across Asia. The last thing that he found was what people think was a little bit of America according to the maps.But because he was never heard from their not sure. The last thing that he found was what people think was a little bit of America according to the maps.But because he was never heard from their not sure.

34 Accomplishments One accomplishment that he made was becoming the first explorer to sail to Canada and to discover the mainland of North America. Another accomplishment he made was he got an award for discovering the “land of spices” which was very good to the people. The last accomplishment he got was to discover two different lands and had many statues all over the land made after him. Chemin des Erables Chemin des Erables 1999/ Tous droits de reproduction réservés Conditions de lecture optimale navigateur MSIE 4 ou + Overview The United States Capitol The Congressional Office Buildings The Capitol Grounds Architectural Features & Historic Spaces Works of Art Capitol Complex Map Overview Capitol Complex Map Tour Bus Route Map Overview Responsibilities of the Architect The Architects since 1793 Employment Opportunities Overview Project Map Overview Project Updates Overview U.S. CapitolU.S. Capitol > Works of Art >RotundaWorks of ArtRotunda John Cabot Francisco Iardella Sandstone 1828 Rotunda, above Landing of ColumbusLanding of Columbus Office of the Curator, April 2001Comment on this Web site using our Feedback Form Feedback Form

35 John Cabot’s Voyages One of John Cabot’s voyages was to find a way to the Northwest passage to the Indies.But he actually had been exploring the coastline & islands of Canada, although he thought that he reached Northern Asia. One of John Cabot’s voyages was to find a way to the Northwest passage to the Indies.But he actually had been exploring the coastline & islands of Canada, although he thought that he reached Northern Asia. Another voyage he went on was on the boat “Matthew” hoping to sail to Canada which he did.He landed in Labrador along with his sons.He claimed the land for England. Another voyage he went on was on the boat “Matthew” hoping to sail to Canada which he did.He landed in Labrador along with his sons.He claimed the land for England. In 1498 he hoped to have a second big voyage but to America.Once in this voyage he was never heard from again. In 1498 he hoped to have a second big voyage but to America.Once in this voyage he was never heard from again.

36 Leif Eriksson By: Kelsey Philipp 1 2 3

37 Eriksson’s Death and Birth Leif Eriksson was born in the year 970. Leif Eriksson was born in the year 970. Leif Eriksson died in year Leif Eriksson died in year Leif was the second of Eric the Red’s three sons. Leif was the second of Eric the Red’s three sons. HOME

38 Leif Eriksson’s Goals After hearing about Bjarni Herjulfsson who spotted the coast of America in 985 or 986 but did not go ashore. Eriksson sailed for North America in the year 1000 with a crew of 35 people. After hearing about Bjarni Herjulfsson who spotted the coast of America in 985 or 986 but did not go ashore. Eriksson sailed for North America in the year 1000 with a crew of 35 people. HOME

39 Accomplishments When Leif was sailing in search of Vinland… he found Vinland as well as two other new lands. When Leif was sailing in search of Vinland… he found Vinland as well as two other new lands. He found Helluland which we now believe is Baffin Island. He found Helluland which we now believe is Baffin Island. He also found Markland which we now believe to be Labrador Island. He also found Markland which we now believe to be Labrador Island. After finding Helluland and Markland. Eriksson found Vinland or present day Newfoundland. After finding Helluland and Markland. Eriksson found Vinland or present day Newfoundland. HOME

40 The Vikings of Scandinavia By:Bobby Benditt

41 The Vikings Goals The vikings were a group of people and Leif Eriksson son of Erik the Red was there leader. His goals were to find land and to be remembered for finding land.

42 The Vikings Goals Leif Eriksson was a great explorer. Leif Eriksson was a great explorer. Leif Eriksson’s other goal was to sail many seas and to be a great viking. Leif Eriksson’s other goal was to sail many seas and to be a great viking. I think that Leif Eriksson was right he is remembered. I think that Leif Eriksson was right he is remembered. Leif Eriksson son of Erik the red who is is father was a great person. Leif Eriksson’s father had also been an explorer.

43 Conquered places The vikings conquered many places. The vikings conquered many places. Some places that they conquered were the British Isles, colonized ice land and greenland from that moment they became the explorers of North America. Some places that they conquered were the British Isles, colonized ice land and greenland from that moment they became the explorers of North America.

44 Jacques Cartier By Logan Cooley The biography of Jacques Cartier

45 Jacques Cartier and His First Voyage He was born in 1491 at Saint Malo Brittany. He was born in 1491 at Saint Malo Brittany. In 1534 he set sail with two ships and 200 men to find a new route to the Pacific. In 1534 he set sail with two ships and 200 men to find a new route to the Pacific. He returned home to France and told them that he had found a new route to the pacific. He returned home to France and told them that he had found a new route to the pacific.

46 His second voyage When he went on his second voyage he had a different goal. When he went on his second voyage he had a different goal. This time his goal was to find some new land. This time his goal was to find some new land. He returned home again except this time he found a new land and it was actually Canada and he claimed it for France. He returned home again except this time he found a new land and it was actually Canada and he claimed it for France.

47 His Death Jacques Cartier died in 1557 in France. Jacques Cartier died in 1557 in France. He died because he was sick for 7 years and he finally died. He died because he was sick for 7 years and he finally died.

48 Martin Frobisher By: Michael Rooney Martin Frobisher was born on 1535 in Yorkshire, England. Martin Frobisher was born on 1535 in Yorkshire, England. Frobisher discovered what is today Frobisher Bay, near Baffin Island, Canada Frobisher discovered what is today Frobisher Bay, near Baffin Island, Canada Frobisher was arrested several times in the 1560s on piracy charges but managed to avoid trial Frobisher was arrested several times in the 1560s on piracy charges but managed to avoid trial Frobisher was good friends with Sir Francis Drake, another explorer. They teamed up for many journeys together. Frobisher was good friends with Sir Francis Drake, another explorer. They teamed up for many journeys together.

49 Frobisher’s route Martin Frobishers was to find a northwest passage from England to Asia through Canada. He actually landed on a bay near Baffin Island. That Bay today is called Frobisher Bay.

50 Frobisher’s Death Frobisher died in 1492 when he invaded the Spanish Armada. He was wounded in the battle and later died in Plymouth, England. He died when he was 59. Frobisher died in 1492 when he invaded the Spanish Armada. He was wounded in the battle and later died in Plymouth, England. He died when he was 59.

51 By Nick Taylor

52 Life And Goals La Salle was born in Rouen, France in La Salle was born in Rouen, France in He hade a goal to live a life of adventures. He hade a goal to live a life of adventures. He also wanted to explore the Ohio River. He also wanted to explore the Ohio River.

53 Hardships He was heading toward the Gulf Of Mexico and ended up in Texas. He was heading toward the Gulf Of Mexico and ended up in Texas. When his ships landed two of his five ships crashed. When his ships landed two of his five ships crashed. Some of his crew gave up and returned to France. Some of his crew gave up and returned to France.

54 His Last Years Later on in his life he found the Gulf of Mexico and Europeans settled there. Later on in his life he found the Gulf of Mexico and Europeans settled there. On his voyage he was ambushed and killed by the remaining men in his crew. On his voyage he was ambushed and killed by the remaining men in his crew.

55 John Cabot By Patrick Lolli

56 Were he came from and his goals. John Cabot was born in 1450 in Genoa, Italy. John Cabot was born in 1450 in Genoa, Italy. His goals were to reach Asia going west. His goals were to reach Asia going west. Another one of his goals was to get the riches of Asia. Another one of his goals was to get the riches of Asia.

57 The routes that Cabot took. Cabot took the west route to the Indies because he wanted to get there before anyone else. Cabot took the west route to the Indies because he wanted to get there before anyone else. Only that his dreams were crushed by the news that Columbus reached there before. Only that his dreams were crushed by the news that Columbus reached there before.

58 Where Cabot Ended Up. He ended up in Newfoundland in Canada He ended up in Newfoundland in Canada But he mistakes Newfoundland for Asia and immediately starts digging for gold. But he mistakes Newfoundland for Asia and immediately starts digging for gold.

59 The Supposed Death of Cabot Cabot supposedly died in 1499 being lost at sea along with 4 of his 5 expedition ships. Cabot supposedly died in 1499 being lost at sea along with 4 of his 5 expedition ships. One of his ships which had to stop for maintenance half-way through the expedition was the one that returned along with18 sailors out of 158 sailors on the expedition. One of his ships which had to stop for maintenance half-way through the expedition was the one that returned along with18 sailors out of 158 sailors on the expedition. No one knows if ever did survive… No one knows if ever did survive…

60 Sir Humphrey Gilbert By Sierra Massey

61 Picture of Gilbert

62 Gilbert’s Goals One of his goals was to try to stop the Irish rebellion. He would try to do this by starting English settlements in Ireland. One of his goals was to try to stop the Irish rebellion. He would try to do this by starting English settlements in Ireland. Another one of his goals was to sail to North America in search of a North West passage,(A sea route to Asia through North America.) Another one of his goals was to sail to North America in search of a North West passage,(A sea route to Asia through North America.)

63 Gilbert’s Goals Gilbert’s Goals Gilbert was determined to find a sea route through the northern waters of North America. Gilbert was determined to find a sea route through the northern waters of North America.

64 What Gilbert Did On Sept 23, 1578 Gilbert sailed from England, but was attacked by Spaniards and returned to England. On Sept 23, 1578 Gilbert sailed from England, but was attacked by Spaniards and returned to England. He sailed again successfully on June 11, 1578, with five ships. One had to return because of a leak. The other four made it to North America eventually. He sailed again successfully on June 11, 1578, with five ships. One had to return because of a leak. The other four made it to North America eventually.

65 What Gilbert Did Gilbert claimed the area for Queen Elizabeth 1st of England, and started a colony. Gilbert claimed the area for Queen Elizabeth 1st of England, and started a colony. Two weeks in his colony, he left to go explore around Nova Scotia. Two weeks in his colony, he left to go explore around Nova Scotia.

66 Sir Alexander Mackenzie By: Steve Bryan

67 Where He was Born and Where He explored Where He was Born and Where He explored Alexander Mackenzie was born in on the island of Lewis off the coast of Scotland Alexander Eventually left for Canada and started to explore North of Quebec. Alexander Mackenzie was born in on the island of Lewis off the coast of Scotland Alexander Eventually left for Canada and started to explore North of Quebec. He became a successful fur trader and made a future with that and was also an explorer in the Quebec region. He became a successful fur trader and made a future with that and was also an explorer in the Quebec region.

68 Important Events Alexander Mackenzie reached the pacific ocean in the first overland crossing North America Alexander Mackenzie reached the pacific ocean in the first overland crossing North America Mackenzie was the first white man and the youngest to reach the Mackenzie River. Mackenzie was the first white man and the youngest to reach the Mackenzie River. Mackenzie followed the Peace river and crossed the rough rocky mountain terrain. Mackenzie followed the Peace river and crossed the rough rocky mountain terrain.

69 Before the Death Of Alexander Mackenzie and after On his last voyage in 1810 before he went back to his hometown he made a good future for Fur trade in Canada. In 1810 he was knighted by king George the third Alexander Mackenzie Went back Stowaway, Scotland he died in March of 1820 in his hometown.

70 James Cook By Nathan Harlow

71 Personal Facts James Cook was from England. James Cook was from England. Born on Oct. 27, 1728 Born on Oct. 27, 1728 Died in Feb Died in Feb. 1779

72 His Goals To observe the ‘transit of Venus’. To claim Australia for Britain. To explore Antarctica. To find the Northwest passage.

73 Samuel de Champlain By Rosie Garcia

74 Where was your Explorer from ? What Was His Goal? He was from France Brouge. He was from France Brouge. He was born in brouge. He was born in brouge. His goal was to find a new place like Qubec. His goal was to find a new place like Qubec.

75 His Routes! In 1603 he went to Coeternal. In 1603 he went to Coeternal. In 1604 he went to Cape Code. In 1604 he went to Cape Code. In 1608 he found Lake Champlain. In 1608 he found Lake Champlain. In 1615 he found Qubec. In 1615 he found Qubec.

76 His New Land His new island was a place called Qubec and that was what he discovered. His new island was a place called Qubec and that was what he discovered.

77 By Casey Engelhardt

78 Sir Humphry Gilbert was born in England in Sir Humphry Gilbert was born in England in Gilbert’s goals were to find new lands and make a English colony in the New Americas. Gilbert’s goals were to find new lands and make a English colony in the New Americas.

79 He Claimed St.Johns for the queen of England. When he was coming back to England he got caught in a storm in the Azores and sank with his ship the Squirrel.

80 HENRY HUDSON By Chris Harvitz By Chris Harvitz

81 HIM It is unknown where Henry Hudson was born, but it was around It is unknown where Henry Hudson was born, but it was around He died on his last voyage in He died on his last voyage in He has a wife named Katherine and three sons. He has a wife named Katherine and three sons. He made four voyages. He made four voyages.

82 1.On his first voyage, he was supposed to find a short path to the Orient, but instead he found new land with artic mammals. 2.In 1610 he entered the Hudson Strait and explored it’s southern shores. 3.When he entered the Western part of the Strait he found new places and named them like Cape Digges.

83 When Henry H. told England about the whales in Whales bay, everyone started hunting them and pirates appeared and made it harder to control England. When Henry H. told England about the whales in Whales bay, everyone started hunting them and pirates appeared and made it harder to control England. When he failed to reach the Orient, other explorers knew not to go the way he did. When he failed to reach the Orient, other explorers knew not to go the way he did.

84 Henry Hudson By: Sofia Szanto

85 Where was my explorer from and what were his goals? Henry Hudson was from Hertfordshire, London. He wanted to try to find a short route from Europe to Asia through the Pacific ocean in both the new world and old. He took 2 voyages but failed to find the route he was looking for.

86 Some Hardships for Henry When Henry was set sail he came to this part of the ocean that he didn’t know of and right underneath and around his boat were whales. The whales almost tipped the boat over! When Henry was set sail he came to this part of the ocean that he didn’t know of and right underneath and around his boat were whales. The whales almost tipped the boat over! Hudson was the architect of his fateful tradgity that led to muting. Obsessed by the vision of a northwest passage, he often ignored everything around him in his quest to find it. That included his crew. Almost every voyage indicated some form of crew uprising. Henrys behave was unpredictable. The major obstacle was that he tried and tried to get where he needed but he couldn’t. Hudson was the architect of his fateful tradgity that led to muting. Obsessed by the vision of a northwest passage, he often ignored everything around him in his quest to find it. That included his crew. Almost every voyage indicated some form of crew uprising. Henrys behave was unpredictable. The major obstacle was that he tried and tried to get where he needed but he couldn’t. Henry was into his voyage and wanted to continue but had to turn around to go back to England because big ice burgs blocked his way. Henry was into his voyage and wanted to continue but had to turn around to go back to England because big ice burgs blocked his way. Also Henry was very close with his dad and when he died of malignant fever, and Henry was very upset to find out that. Also Henry was very close with his dad and when he died of malignant fever, and Henry was very upset to find out that.

87 Impacts on the new world and old For the new world Henry Hudson found new place, a new land people could go and live. Which people live now. For the new world Henry Hudson found new place, a new land people could go and live. Which people live now. For the old world it gave the people of Europe a new place to discover explore and find. For the old world it gave the people of Europe a new place to discover explore and find.

88 Sir Alexander Mackenzie By: Steve Bryan

89 Where He was Born and Where He explored Where He was Born and Where He explored Alexander Mackenzie was born in on the island of Lewis off the coast of Scotland Alexander Eventually left for Canada and started to explore North of Quebec. Alexander Mackenzie was born in on the island of Lewis off the coast of Scotland Alexander Eventually left for Canada and started to explore North of Quebec. He became a successful fur trader and made a future with that and was also an explorer in the Quebec region. He became a successful fur trader and made a future with that and was also an explorer in the Quebec region.

90 Important Events Alexander Mackenzie reached the pacific ocean in the first overland crossing North America Alexander Mackenzie reached the pacific ocean in the first overland crossing North America Mackenzie was the first white man and the youngest to reach the Mackenzie River. Mackenzie was the first white man and the youngest to reach the Mackenzie River. Mackenzie followed the Peace river and crossed the rough rocky mountain terrain. Mackenzie followed the Peace river and crossed the rough rocky mountain terrain.

91 Before the Death Of Alexander Mackenzie and after Before the Death Of Alexander Mackenzie and after On his last voyage in 1810 before he went back to his hometown he made a good future for Fur trade in Canada. In 1810 he was knighted by king George the third Alexander Mackenzie Went back Stowaway, Scotland he died in March of 1820 in his hometown.

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94 The Great Atlas of Discovery, Editor- Rachel Foster, 1992 The Great Atlas of Discovery, Editor- Rachel Foster, Samuel de Champlain, Trish Kline, 2002 Rourke Publishing LLC\ Samuel de Champlain, Trish Kline, 2002 Rourke Publishing LLC\ Hernando de Soto, Ann Gains, 2002 Hernando de Soto, Ann Gains, a/gilbert.htm a/gilbert.htm a/gilbert.htm a/gilbert.htm Admiral Sir John Hawkins, and Descendant Admiral Sir John Hawkins, and Descendant Ferdinand Magellan, By: Alan Blackwood Ferdinand Magellan, By: Alan Blackwood Ferdinand Magellan, By: Katherine Wilkie Ferdinand Magellan, By: Katherine Wilkie Exploring the World Magellan, By: Michael Burgan Exploring the World Magellan, By: Michael Burgan Published in Published in Published in Published in Bibliography

95 Bibliography (Continued) Published in Published in Published in Published in The Travels of Vasco da Gama, By: Joanne Sleck-Vaugithnn Company The Travels of Vasco da Gama, By: Joanne Sleck-Vaugithnn Company Da Gama, Vasco da Gama Sails Around the Cape of Good Hope, By: Robin Doak 2002 Compass Point Books Da Gama, Vasco da Gama Sails Around the Cape of Good Hope, By: Robin Doak 2002 Compass Point Books


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