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For France Jacques Cartier, claiming Canada for France at Gaspé in 1534, in a
Montreal newspaper rendition done in 1908.
de Champlain Samuel de Champlain in Georgian Bay, c. 1615. Watercolour by J.D.
de Champlain Trading Samuel de Champlain trading with Natives, early 17th
Oil on board painting by C.W. Jefferys.
Salle at the Humber Robert Cavalier de La Salle, French fur-trade explorer, at the
mouth of the Humber River, future site of Toronto, Ontario, 1681. By G.A. Reid
Fire An Iroquois council fire within a longhouse, in a 19th century rendition,
displaying the rough interior, central fire, and tree supports for the roof.
Frobisher Martin Frobisher, the English Elizabethan seaman and pioneer explorer of
far northern seas.
Mackenzie Alexander Mackenzie, a trader for the Montreal-based North West
in 1789 probed northward from Lake Athabaska to reach open Arctic water, and in 1793
journeyed west through the mountains to reach the Pacific.
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