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Era of Exploration: There’s still something out there! 1. Describe the problem France had developing the New World. Explain how  they solved this problem.  a. They don’t have the resources and man power to develop the New  World.  b. Jacques Cartier:  First French men and discovered Canada  c. Samuel Champlain:  Holds the most trips to the New World, more  than 20 trips. Father of Canada (New France) Fur trade was key d. Fur was worth more than gold 2. Describe the natural advantage England had in exploring the New World.  Describe the English approach to developing the New World. a. Location b. English would always arrive first, shorter trip, traveled by ship c. Fishing areas d. John Cabot:  Not in the running, brings in the most men, star, free 
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