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Chapter 2 Section 4 France and Netherlands in North America Describe how New France spread into the interior of North America. Explain how the Dutch established a thriving colony along the Hudson River. Explain the influence of these settlements on the Native Americans of the region. Objectives
Chapter 2 Section 4 France and Netherlands in North America Terms and People Samuel de Champlain – a French explorer who established the settlement of Quebec coureurs de bois – independent traders who lived among the Indians (French term for “runners of the woods”) Jacques Marquette – a French missionary who explored the Mississippi River alliance – an agreement between parties that benefits them both
Chapter 2 Section 4 France and Netherlands in North America What impact did the establishment of French and Dutch colonies in North America have on Native Americans? In the early 1600s, England, France, and the Netherlands sent explorers to North America and staked claims to land there. Their activities had grave consequences for the Native Americans who lived in North America.
Chapter 2 Section 4 France and Netherlands in North America In 1603, Samuel de Champlain made the first of 11 voyages to explore and map the lands along the St. Lawrence River.

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