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Begining to Canadian History

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Department
History
Course
HISB40H3
Professor
C Pennington
Semester
Fall

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HISB40 Lecture 2 Sept. 20, 2010 Early Contacts between Aboriginal and Europeans The Norse. C. 1000 Jacques Cartier. 1534-43 Samuel de Champlain and the founding of New France. 1604-08 The norse, c. 985-1003 AD Eric the Red founds Greenland, 985 Bjarni Herjolfsson finds Newfoundland. 986 Leif Eriksson finds Helluland (flat stone land thought to be Baffin Island), Markland, and Vinland (believes to be the island of Newfoundland), 1001 Thorvaldr Eriksson lands in Vinland and encounters Skraelings, 1002-3 Thorvaldr encountered the Phule (fore-runners of the Inuit) Columbus and other Early Explorers, 1492-1524 Columbus and Hispaniola, 1492 Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot) and Newfoundland, 1497 (sailed for England) Discovered the Grand Banks Verrazzanos Arcadia, 1524 (charted the east coast of what is now United States of America) Jacques Cartier, 1491-1557 Mariner from St. Malo, France Named Canada Made 3 separate voyages to Canada (1534, 1535-36, 1541-42) www.notesolution.com
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