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Aboriginal people got to canada
French explorer named Jacques Cartier got to the Gulf of St. Lawrence
it was not until 1603 that another French explorer, Samuel de Champlain really got things going
in 1642 New France’s new governor established the settlement of Montreal (1642), destined to be one of Canada’s most important cities.
In 1682, they claimed much of the middle of North America
settlements of Jamestown
Settlements of Plymouth
Settlements of Boston
In 1670, after a path to enter North America through the north via Hudson’s Bay was discovered, England audaciously declared ownership of the entire northern coast of the continent, which they named Rupert’s Land.
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