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Chapter 6: North America
Gulf of Mexico
Greenland
Mt. Mckinley
The Great Plains
Largest gulf on earth
World's largest island
Highest point on North America
World's largest prarie
Gulf of Mexico
Largest gulf on earth
Greenland
World's largest island
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Chapter 6: North America
Christopher Columbus
Inuit
Amerigo Vespucci
Gulf of Mexico
sailed west from Spain and landed on an island in the West In…
Eskimos of Northern Canada who negotiated a self governing te…
ventured to suggest that the land Columbus had discovered was…
the world's largest gulf
Christopher Columbus
sailed west from Spain and landed on an island in the West In…
Inuit
Eskimos of Northern Canada who negotiated a self governing te…
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Chapter 6 - North America
Christopher Columbus
Amerigo Vespucci
Isthmus of Panama
Hudson Bay
sailed west from Spain and landed on an island in the West In…
suggested that the land Columbus had discovered was a "New Wo…
a narrow strip of land that once connected North and South Am…
a large inland sea in northern Canada
Christopher Columbus
sailed west from Spain and landed on an island in the West In…
Amerigo Vespucci
suggested that the land Columbus had discovered was a "New Wo…
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Chapter 6 - The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
William Pitt
Robert de La Salle
James Wolfe
was a French explorer who sailed to the West Indies, Mexico,…
a British leader from 1757-1758. He was a leader in the Londo…
responsible for naming Louisiana. He was the first European t…
British General whose success in the Battle of Quebec won Can…
Samuel de Champlain
was a French explorer who sailed to the West Indies, Mexico,…
William Pitt
a British leader from 1757-1758. He was a leader in the Londo…
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Chapter 6: The Duel For North America
French Huguenots
Quebec
Samuel de Champlain
Huron Indians
French Protestants of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries…
First permanent French settlement in North America, founded b…
French explorer in Nova Scotia who established a settlement o…
This tribe asked Champlain to join them in battle against the…
French Huguenots
French Protestants of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries…
Quebec
First permanent French settlement in North America, founded b…
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chapter 6 - The duel for North America
Quebec
Samuel de Champlain
Huron
Iroquois
First permanent settlement for France. Established in 1608 by…
French soldier and explorer. Known as the "Father of the New…
Indian tribe Champlain entered into friendly relations with.
Indian tribe that became the enemy of France after Champlain…
Quebec
First permanent settlement for France. Established in 1608 by…
Samuel de Champlain
French soldier and explorer. Known as the "Father of the New…
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Chapter 6 North America
What body of water separates North Ame…
What famous Canadian missionary went t…
What is the name of the Ameridian grou…
What two countries makes up Hispaniola?
Bering Strait
Jonathan Goforth
Inuit
Haiti and Dominican Republic
What body of water separates North Ame…
Bering Strait
What famous Canadian missionary went t…
Jonathan Goforth
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World Geography - Chapter 6 North America
Hudson Bay
Gulf of Mexico
Caribbean Sea
Isthmus of Panama
a large inland sea located in Canada
the world's largest gulf
body of water located south of The Gulf of Mexico
once connected North and South America
Hudson Bay
a large inland sea located in Canada
Gulf of Mexico
the world's largest gulf
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Chapter 6: The Duel For North America
French Huguenots
Quebec
Samuel de Champlain
Huron Indians
French Protestants of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries…
First permanent French settlement in North America, founded b…
French explorer in Nova Scotia who established a settlement o…
This tribe asked Champlain to join them in battle against the…
French Huguenots
French Protestants of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries…
Quebec
First permanent French settlement in North America, founded b…
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Chapter 6: The Duel For North America
French Huguenots
Quebec
Samuel de Champlain
Huron Indians
French Protestants of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries…
First permanent French settlement in North America, founded b…
French explorer in Nova Scotia who established a settlement o…
This tribe asked Champlain to join them in battle against the…
French Huguenots
French Protestants of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries…
Quebec
First permanent French settlement in North America, founded b…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America, 1608-1763
1598
1608
1643
1682
Edict of Nantes
Champlain colonizes Quebec for France
Louis XIV becomes king of France
La Salle explores Mississippi River to the Gulf of Mexico
1598
Edict of Nantes
1608
Champlain colonizes Quebec for France
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CHAPTER 6- The Duel for North America 1608-1763
Huguenots
St Bartholomew's Day
Edict of Nantes
Mercantilism
DATE: 16th/17th Century... -French Protestants ... -followed the te…
DATE: 1572... -ten thousand men, women, and children Huguenots w…
DATE: 1598... -gave limited toleration to French Huguenots... -Reli…
purpose of colonies =support the mother country (gold) nation…
Huguenots
DATE: 16th/17th Century... -French Protestants ... -followed the te…
St Bartholomew's Day
DATE: 1572... -ten thousand men, women, and children Huguenots w…
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Chapter 6 - The Duel for North America
The 9 World Wars
Huguenots
Edict of Nantes
King Louis XIV
War of the League of Augsburg/King William's War... War of Spani…
French Protestants. Over ten thousand of them were killed on…
Issued in 1598 by the crown; granted limited toleration to Fr…
Reigned for 72 years. Took a deep interest in overseas coloni…
The 9 World Wars
War of the League of Augsburg/King William's War... War of Spani…
Huguenots
French Protestants. Over ten thousand of them were killed on…
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Chapter 6: The Duel For North America
French Huguenots
Quebec
Samuel de Champlain
Huron Indians
French Protestants of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries…
First permanent French settlement in North America, founded b…
French explorer in Nova Scotia who established a settlement o…
This tribe asked Champlain to join them in battle against the…
French Huguenots
French Protestants of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries…
Quebec
First permanent French settlement in North America, founded b…
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APUSH Chapter 6- The Duel for North America
Huguenots
Edict of Nantes
coureurs de bois
King William's War
French Protestant dissenters that were granted limited tolera…
(1598) decree issued by the French crown granting limited tol…
translated as "runners of the woods," they were French fur-tr…
(1689-1697) war fought largely between French trappers, Briti…
Huguenots
French Protestant dissenters that were granted limited tolera…
Edict of Nantes
(1598) decree issued by the French crown granting limited tol…
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Chapter 6: North America-Human Geography
migration
Columbian exchange
Louisiana Purchase
frontier
A movement of people or animals from one region to another.
The exchange of plants, animals, diseases, and technologies b…
The U.S., under Jefferson, bought the Louisiana territory fro…
a wilderness at the edge of a settled area of a country
migration
A movement of people or animals from one region to another.
Columbian exchange
The exchange of plants, animals, diseases, and technologies b…
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Chapter 6 - Capitals of North America
Canada
United States
Mexico
Yukon Territory
Ottawa
Washington, D. C.
Mexico City
Whitehorse
Canada
Ottawa
United States
Washington, D. C.
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Chapter 6: Duel for North America
From 1688 to 1763, America
The soldier and explorer whose leaders…
France was finally able to join in the…
During the early settlement of Quebec,…
was involved in every world war.
Samuel de Champlain
end of the religious wars
meant an alliance with the Hurons that inspired the lasting h…
From 1688 to 1763, America
was involved in every world war.
The soldier and explorer whose leaders…
Samuel de Champlain
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
Robert de la Salle
Albany
War of Austrian Succession
the Father of New France, who established a crucial alliance…
French empire builder who explored the Mississippi Basin and…
site of a meeting that proposed greater unity and home rule a…
conflict that started with the War of Jenkin's Ear and ended…
Samuel de Champlain
the Father of New France, who established a crucial alliance…
Robert de la Salle
French empire builder who explored the Mississippi Basin and…
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Geography Chapter 6 North america
What two countries are an interdependeny
Us and canada engage in
Megalopolis
Space time Compression (David Harvey)
Canada and the US
mutual tourism, direct investment, migration, and trade
chain of metropolitan cities (Jean Gottman) boston, NYC, Balt…
Space time compression is the increasing sense of connectivit…
What two countries are an interdependeny
Canada and the US
Us and canada engage in
mutual tourism, direct investment, migration, and trade
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Hugenots/ Edict of Nantes
Champlain
Coureurs de Bois
Voyageurs
The Hugenots were a branch of Protestants persecuted and slau…
The Frenchmen who led the settlers to Quebec in 1608. The pea…
Hunters that found beavers the gold of New France. French fur…
Fur-traders employed Indians to help hunt the beavers to send…
Hugenots/ Edict of Nantes
The Hugenots were a branch of Protestants persecuted and slau…
Champlain
The Frenchmen who led the settlers to Quebec in 1608. The pea…
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6.01 Chapter 6: North America
Christopher Columbus
Inuit
Amerigo Vespucci
Gulf of Mexico
sailed west from Spain and landed on an island in the West In…
Eskimos of Northern Canada who negotiated a self governing te…
ventured to suggest that the land Columbus had discovered was…
the world's largest gulf
Christopher Columbus
sailed west from Spain and landed on an island in the West In…
Inuit
Eskimos of Northern Canada who negotiated a self governing te…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Huguenots
Edict of Nantes
Louis XIV
Samuel de Champlain
French Calvinists in conflict with catholics
1598 French edict that granted religious toleration to Huguen…
king of France during conflict between Huguenots and catholic…
French explorer who settled Quebec in 1608
Huguenots
French Calvinists in conflict with catholics
Edict of Nantes
1598 French edict that granted religious toleration to Huguen…
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Chapter 6: "The Duel for North America"
Samuel de Champlain
William Pitt
Robert de La Salle
James Wolfe
French explorer who sailed to the West Indies, Mexico, and Pa…
British leader between 1757-1758. He was a leader in the Lond…
French explorer who named Louisiana. He was the first Europea…
British general whose success in the Battle of Quebec won Can…
Samuel de Champlain
French explorer who sailed to the West Indies, Mexico, and Pa…
William Pitt
British leader between 1757-1758. He was a leader in the Lond…
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Chapter 6 = Duel for North America
Edict of Nantes
Huguenots
Samuel de Champlain
voyageurs
1598... decree issued by the French crown granting limited tole…
French Protestant dissenters... granted limited tolertion under…
"Father of New France"... leader of French expedition on the St…
French beaver trappers and traders... worked with Indians (who…
Edict of Nantes
1598... decree issued by the French crown granting limited tole…
Huguenots
French Protestant dissenters... granted limited tolertion under…
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Chapter 6 The Duel for North America
Huguenots
Edict of Nantes
Coureurs de Bois
Voyageurs
French Protestant dissenters, the Huguenots were granted limi…
Decree issued by the French crown granting limited toleration…
Translated as "runners of the woods," they were French fur-tr…
...
Huguenots
French Protestant dissenters, the Huguenots were granted limi…
Edict of Nantes
Decree issued by the French crown granting limited toleration…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
France in Canada
New France
King Wililam's and Queen Anne's War
War of Jenkins's Ear
1. Established Quebec... 2. Samuel De Champlain - entered into f…
1. Courers de bois - hunted beavers... 2. Tried to convert India…
1. English fought the French courers de bois and their Indian…
1. English captain Jenkins had his ear cut off by a Spanish c…
France in Canada
1. Established Quebec... 2. Samuel De Champlain - entered into f…
New France
1. Courers de bois - hunted beavers... 2. Tried to convert India…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
Robert de la Salle
Albany
War of Austrian Succession
the Father of New France, who established a crucial alliance…
French empire builder who explored the Mississippi Basin and…
site of a meeting that proposed greater unity and home rule a…
conflict that started with the War of Jenkin's Ear and ended…
Samuel de Champlain
the Father of New France, who established a crucial alliance…
Robert de la Salle
French empire builder who explored the Mississippi Basin and…
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Chapter 6- The Duel for North America
French Huguenots
Quebec
Samuel de Champlain
Iroquis Confederation
-their toleration was limited due to the Edict of Nantes... -not…
In 1608, King Louis the 14th took an interest in overseas col…
an intrepid soldier and explorer. "Father of New France". Ent…
-they obstructed the progress
French Huguenots
-their toleration was limited due to the Edict of Nantes... -not…
Quebec
In 1608, King Louis the 14th took an interest in overseas col…
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Chapter 6 - The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
William Pitt
Antoine Cadillac
Robert de La Salle
A leading figure, intrepid soldier and explorer whose energy…
English statesman who brought the Seven Years' War to an end…
Frenchman who founded Detroit in 1701 to thwart English settl…
Frenchman who followed the Mississippi River all the way to t…
Samuel de Champlain
A leading figure, intrepid soldier and explorer whose energy…
William Pitt
English statesman who brought the Seven Years' War to an end…
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Geography: Chapter 6 North America
Main climate types and their distribut…
What type of air masses do we have
Difference in maritime and continental…
Difference in tropical and polar masses
Tropical wet... Tropical savanna... Arid and semi arid... Humid subtro…
Maritime polar air masses... (Pacific and Atlantic)... Maritime tro…
Maritime: originates over water (moist)... Continental: origina…
Tropical: warm but dry or moist... Polar: cold but dry or moist…
Main climate types and their distribut…
Tropical wet... Tropical savanna... Arid and semi arid... Humid subtro…
What type of air masses do we have
Maritime polar air masses... (Pacific and Atlantic)... Maritime tro…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Huguenots
Edict of Nantes
coureurs de bois
King William's War
French Protestant dissenters, the Huguenots were granted limi…
Decree issued by the French crown in 1598 granting limited to…
Translated as "runners of the woods," they were French fur-tr…
War fought largely between French trappers, British settlers,…
Huguenots
French Protestant dissenters, the Huguenots were granted limi…
Edict of Nantes
Decree issued by the French crown in 1598 granting limited to…
Chapter 6: The Duel For North America
This religious order played a vital ro…
Fur trapping was the primary economy p…
This animal was hunted for its fur in…
This colony could be considered autocr…
Jesuits
New France
beavers
New France
This religious order played a vital ro…
Jesuits
Fur trapping was the primary economy p…
New France
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America 1608-1763
Huguenots
Edict of Nantes
Coureurs de Bois
Voyageurs
They were the descendants of French Protestants who were gran…
Was a decree issue by the crown that granted limited tolerati…
"Runners of the Woods," or French fur-trappers. the establish…
"Runners of the Woods," or French fur-trappers. the establish…
Huguenots
They were the descendants of French Protestants who were gran…
Edict of Nantes
Was a decree issue by the crown that granted limited tolerati…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
William Pitt
Antoine Cadillac
Robert de la Salle
- also known as the "Father of New France"... - he entered a fat…
- foremost leader in London government... - greatly supported in…
- French Explorer... - sought to expand the French Empire... - foun…
- Frenchman who founded Louisiana
Samuel de Champlain
- also known as the "Father of New France"... - he entered a fat…
William Pitt
- foremost leader in London government... - greatly supported in…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
William Pitt
Robert de La Salle
James Wolfe
a French explorer who sailed to the West Indies, Mexico and P…
a British leader between 1757-1758; served as leader in the L…
the French explorer who named Louisiana; was the first Europe…
the British general whose success in the Battle of Quebec won…
Samuel de Champlain
a French explorer who sailed to the West Indies, Mexico and P…
William Pitt
a British leader between 1757-1758; served as leader in the L…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Domestic
Minister
Magistrate
Peasant
Internal affairs of the country
Person appointed by the state to take charge of the departmen…
Civil official charged with upholding the law, often exercisi…
Farmer of agricultural labor, legally tied to land
Domestic
Internal affairs of the country
Minister
Person appointed by the state to take charge of the departmen…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
Antoine Cadillac
Robert de LaSalle
George Washington
French explorer and the "Father of New France." He establishe…
French explorer. He founded Detroit in 1701 to thwart English…
French explorer. He sailed down the Mississippi River in 1682…
Surveyor from Virginia. To secure Virginian claims in Ohio, h…
Samuel de Champlain
French explorer and the "Father of New France." He establishe…
Antoine Cadillac
French explorer. He founded Detroit in 1701 to thwart English…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Huguenots
Louis XIV
Beavers
Jesuits
French Protestants who were granted toleration by the Edict o…
Absolute French monarch who reigned for seventy-two years
Animal whose pelt provided great profits for the French empir…
French Catholic religious order that explored the North Ameri…
Huguenots
French Protestants who were granted toleration by the Edict o…
Louis XIV
Absolute French monarch who reigned for seventy-two years
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Huguenots
St. Bartholomew's Day 1572
Edict of Nantes 1598
Samuel de Champlain
French protestants
Huguenots massacred by French Catholics
Granted limited rights to Huguenots, religious wars stopped
discovered Quebec and called the "father of new france"
Huguenots
French protestants
St. Bartholomew's Day 1572
Huguenots massacred by French Catholics
Chapter 6: The Duel for North America, 1608-1763
domestic
minister
magistrate
peasant
- Concerning the internal affairs of a country. "It was convu…
- In politics, a person appointed by the head of the state to…
- a civil official charged with upholding the law, often exer…
- A farmer of agricultural laborer, sometime legally tied to…
domestic
- Concerning the internal affairs of a country. "It was convu…
minister
- In politics, a person appointed by the head of the state to…
Chapter 6 The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
Antione Caddilac
Robert de LaSalle
George Washington
"Father of New France" leading figure of Quebec. Sailed the S…
Pushed into the Ohio valley, founding Detroit "the city of St…
Explorer in the Gulf of Mexico who sailed the Mississippi Riv…
Commander in chief of the continental army in the French and…
Samuel de Champlain
"Father of New France" leading figure of Quebec. Sailed the S…
Antione Caddilac
Pushed into the Ohio valley, founding Detroit "the city of St…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
William Pitt
Robert de La Salle
James Wolfe
a French explorer who sailed to the West Indies, Mexico and P…
a British leader between 1757-1758; served as leader in the L…
the French explorer who named Louisiana; was the first Europe…
the British general whose success in the Battle of Quebec won…
Samuel de Champlain
a French explorer who sailed to the West Indies, Mexico and P…
William Pitt
a British leader between 1757-1758; served as leader in the L…
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Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
Robert de la Salle
Albany
War of Austrian Succession
the Father of New France, who established a crucial alliance…
French empire builder who explored the Mississippi Basin and…
site of a meeting that proposed greater unity and home rule a…
conflict that started the War of Jenkins's Ear and ended with…
Samuel de Champlain
the Father of New France, who established a crucial alliance…
Robert de la Salle
French empire builder who explored the Mississippi Basin and…
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Chapter 6 The Duel for North America
Salutary neglect
Edict of Nantes
Samuel de Champlain
New France
An english policy of not strictly enforcing laws in its colon…
(1598) French royal decree establishing toleration for Huguen…
A leading figure, intrepid soldier and explorer whose energy…
French colony in North America, with a capital in Quebec, fou…
Salutary neglect
An english policy of not strictly enforcing laws in its colon…
Edict of Nantes
(1598) French royal decree establishing toleration for Huguen…
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Chapter 6:The Duet for North America
Name the nations involved that wanted…
Why was France so late in becoming inv…
Define Huguenots
Define edict of Nantes?
Spain ... England ... France
dealt with foreign wars ... was in debt from the wars... clashes be…
french protestants... granted limited toleration by Edict of Nan…
the act which granted limited toleration and rights to french…
Name the nations involved that wanted…
Spain ... England ... France
Why was France so late in becoming inv…
dealt with foreign wars ... was in debt from the wars... clashes be…
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Chapter 6 - The Duel for North America
Huguenots
Edict of Nantes (1598)
Coureur de bois
King William's War (1689-1697)
French protestant dissenters, the Huguenots were granted limi…
Decree issued by the French crown granting limited toleration…
Translated as "runners of the woods," they were French fur-tr…
War fought largely between French trappers, British settlers,…
Huguenots
French protestant dissenters, the Huguenots were granted limi…
Edict of Nantes (1598)
Decree issued by the French crown granting limited toleration…
43 terms
Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
Robert de la Salle
Albany
War of Austrian Succession
the Father of New France, who established a crucial alliance…
French empire builder who explored the Mississippi Basin and…
site of a meeting that proposed greater unity and home rule a…
conflict that started with the War of Jenkin's Ear and ended…
Samuel de Champlain
the Father of New France, who established a crucial alliance…
Robert de la Salle
French empire builder who explored the Mississippi Basin and…
9 terms
Chapter 6- The Duel for North America
Samuel de Champlain
Robert de LaSalle
William Pitt
Pontiac's Rebellion
Samuel de Champlain was a French explorer who sailed to the W…
Robert de LaSalle was responsible for naming Louisiana. He wa…
English statesman who brought the Seven Years' War to an end…
an uprising in 1763 by American Indian tribes of the Eastern…
Samuel de Champlain
Samuel de Champlain was a French explorer who sailed to the W…
Robert de LaSalle
Robert de LaSalle was responsible for naming Louisiana. He wa…
17 terms
Chapter 6: The Duel for North America
Louis XIV
Samuel de Champlain
Antoine Cadillac
Robert de Salle
-Sun King of France: reigned 1643-1715... -for whom Louisiana is…
-"Father of New France"... -founded Quebec: 1608... -allied with Hu…
-founded Detroit "City of Straits" in 1701 to thwart English
-followed Mississippi down to the Gulf of Mexico in 1682... -nam…
Louis XIV
-Sun King of France: reigned 1643-1715... -for whom Louisiana is…
Samuel de Champlain
-"Father of New France"... -founded Quebec: 1608... -allied with Hu…
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