Samuel De Champlain
French Geographer and Explorer
Samuel de Champlain was among the first explorers to travel along the east coast of North America and into its interior. He is often credit...
Champlain, Samuel De
December 25, 1635
Quebec, New France (now Canada)
" . . . I went to Quebec, wither some Algonquin savages came, expressing their reg...
Samuel de Champlain
Born c. 1567, Brouage, France Died December 25, 1635, Quebec, New France [now Canada]
After visiting New France, a French colony that became the country of Canada, Samuel de Cham...
Samuel de Champlain (ca. 1570-1635) 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 Fra...
The Iroquois with Jacques Cartier and the Hurons, as well as the Algonkins with Samuel de Champlain played an important role in the exploration and development of the fur trade in North America. The...