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French flag and cannon at reconstructed Fort Caroline on St. John's River (River of May), Florida
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Fort Caroline on the St John's River, Florida, 1564. Woodcut of a DeBry engraving, from painting by Le Moyne
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Replica of French explorer Jean Ribault's stone column, 1562, St. John's River (River of May), Florida
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Replica of French explorer Jean Ribault's stone column, 1562, St. John's River (River of May), Florida
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Cartier erects a cross along the Saint Lawrence River, 1534, claiming Quebec for France. Hand-colored woodcut
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Jacques Cartier aboard ship arriving in Canada, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Huron chief Donnacona warns Cartier's expedition not to sail up the St Lawrence River to Hochlega, 1535. Hand-coolored woodcut
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Cartier embraced by Donnacona, a Huron chief, Gaspee Peninsula, Canada. Hand-colored woodcut
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Jacques Cartier on the summit of Mont Real, now Montreal, Canada, 1535. Hand-colored woodcut
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French colonists building fort at Hochelaga, a native village, 1600s, site of Montreal, Canada. Hand-colored halftone
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Hochelaga, site of Montreal, shown as a Native American village in Lescarbot's map, 1609. Hand-colored woodcut
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Jacques Cartier portrait with autograph. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cartier's ships leaving St. Malo, France, to sail for Canada, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Title page of Cartier's book about his discoveries, London edition, 1580. Watercolor wash over printed halftone
EXPL2D-00035
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Replica cross marking Cartier's landing place on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. Digital photograph
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Replica cross marking Cartier's landing place on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. Digital photograph
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Replica cross marking Cartier's landing place on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. Digital photograph
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Jacques Cartier's landing place on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. Digital photograph
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Monument marking Cartier's landing place on the St. Lawrence River in Quebec. Digital photograph
EXPL2D-00029
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French flag marking La Verendrye's claim of the northern Great Plains for France in 1743, Pierre, South Dakota
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French flag marking La Verendrye's claim of the northern Great Plains for France in 1743, Pierre, South Dakota
EXPL2A-00186
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Champlain and his Native American allies fighting the Iroquois near Lake Champlain, 1609. Hand-colored woodcut
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Samuel de Champlain and his map of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada. Composite of hand-colored woodcuts
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Champlain and his Huron allies going to fight the Iroquois, Lake Champlain, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's defeat of the Iroquois at Lake Champlain, opening settlement of New France. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's settlement at Port Royal, now Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's fortified camp at Quebec on the St Lawrence River, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's Quebec fort, 1613, showing the dwellings (C, D), drawbridge (I), moat (M), cannon (N), garden (O). Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's map of the Gaspee and Gulf of the Saint Lawrence, 1632. Hand-colored woodcut
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Lescarbot's map of the St. Lawrence showing Quebec (Kebec) in Canada, 1609. Hand-colored woodcut
PEXP2A-00074
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Samuel de Champlain portrait. Hand-colored engraving from the Moncornet portrait
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Starving Native Americans seeking food from French fort at Quebec, Canada. Hand-colored woodcut
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French-Canadians enjoying a dance in early Quebec. Hand-colored woodcut
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French priest baptising Indians at Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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LaSalle claims the Mississippi for France, 1682. Hand-colored woodcut
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La Salle and his companions descending the Mississippi River, 1682. Hand-colored woodcut
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La Salle landing in Matagorda Bay, Texas, in trying to colonize Mississippi area, 1685. Hand-colored woodcut
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La Salle at Niagara Falls, 1669. Hand-colored woodcut
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Quebec City and the Saint Lawrence River, 1722, from a woodcut in La Potherie. Hand-colored woodcut
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Dining hall of the French colonists at Annapolis Royal, Canada, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Fort Frontenac on Lake Ontario, at the head of the St Lawrence River, 1600s (now Kingston). Hand-colored halftone
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Capture of French Quebec by the English, 1629. Hand-colored woodcut from Hennepin 1698
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Riverside camp of voyageurs, or French fur traders. Hand-colored woodcut
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French traders and Native Americans dancing at a rendezvous in the northern forests. Hand-colored woodcut
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Early settlers hunting on snowshoes in Canada. Hand-colored halftone
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Jesuit missionary preaching to Native Americans & fur traders in the wilderness. Hand-colored woodcut
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French missionary and trader carrying a canoe at a portage, North America. Hand-colored woodcut
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Father Marquette holding peace pipe to greet Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
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Marquette & Joliet, the first white men on the upper Mississippi, 1673. Hand-colored woodcut
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Marquette and Joliet meeting Native Americans in Illinois during their exploration of the upper Mississippi. Hand-colored woodcut
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Marquette and Joliet in a canoe descending the upper Mississippi River, 1673. Hand-colored woodcut
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Marquette and Joliet descending the Mississippi River in canoes, 1673. Hand-colored woodcut
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Jesuit missionary teaching a Native American near a teepee. Hand-colored woodcut
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Death of Father Marquette in Michigan, returning from a mission to Illinois, 1675. Hand-colored woodcut
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Louis Joliet's map of New France 1673-1674, with the upper Mississippi River he discovered. Hand-colored halftone
NATI2P-01098
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Reconstructed Menominee bark lodge, as built for French missionaries in reconstruction at Heritage Hill, Green Bay, Wisconsin. Photograph
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Landing of Jean Nicolet on the Wisconsin shore of Lake Michigan, 1634. Hand-colored halftone
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Sieur de Cadillac landing at Detroit, Lake Michigan, 1701. Hand-colored woodcut
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Father Hennepin at a Native American bark-covered dwelling, Minnesota, 1680. Hand-colored woodcut
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Festivities of early French settlers in Illinois. Hand-colored woodcut
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French Jesuit map of Lake Superior and Upper Michigan, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Hennepin's map of New France and Louisiana (Carte de la Nouvelle France) 1683. Hand-colored woodcut
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Shipwrecks in the Strait of Belle Isle, Gulf of St. Lawrence, Canada. Hand-colored woodcut
GCAN2D-00001
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Colonial French army reenactors portraying 18th-century colonial Quebec. Digital photograph
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Colonial French army reenactor portraying a drummer in 18th-century colonial Quebec. Digital photograph
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Colonial French army reenactor portraying a drummer in 18th-century colonial Quebec. Digital photograph
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Colonial French army reenactor portraying a drummer in 18th-century colonial Quebec. Digital photograph
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Hennepin's map of the Mississippi, Gulf Coast, and Great Lakes, 1697. Hand-colored woodcut
USAR2D-00004
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Replica of cross marking Henri de Tonti's 1686 French trading settlement, Arkansas Post National Memorial, Arkansas
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Replica of cross marking Henri de Tonti's 1686 French trading settlement on the Arkansas River near junction with Mississippi River, Arkansas
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Replica of cross marking Henri de Tonti's 1686 French trading settlement, Arkansas Post National Memorial, Arkansas
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Site of Arkansas Post, 1686 French trading settlement of Henri de Tonti on the Arkansas River near junction with Mississippi River, Arkansas
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Site of La Verendrye's claim of the northern Great Plains for France in 1743, overlooking the Missouri River in Pierre, SD
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Missouri River south of Pierre, South Dakota
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Map of New France and Canada, 1597, from Wytfliet. Hand-colored woodcut
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La Hontan's map of the Great Lakes and Saint Lawrence valley, 1703. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of Hudson's Bay, Canada, 1722, showing Hudson's Strait. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map showing the route of La Salle's explorations in North America, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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New World geography according to a mapmaker of 1540. Hand-colored woodcut
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Murder of La Salle by members of his expedition, 1687, Texas. Hand-colored woodcut
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Murder of La Salle by his own men near Matagorda Bay, Texas, 1687. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of New France, 1550, showing coast of Canada and the St Lawrence Gulf. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map showing British colonies and northern New France, 1750-1760. Printed color lithograph
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French surrender of Louisbourg, Canada, French and Indian War, 1758. Hand-colored halftone of a Howard Pyle illustration
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Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, besieged by New Englanders under British flag, 1745. Hand-colored woodcut
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Louis de Buade, Count Frontenac, Governor-general of New France, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Pierre Le Moyne, Sieur d'Iberville portrait in oval, with autograph. Hand-colored engraving
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Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne, Sieur de Bienville portrait in oval, with autograph. Hand-colored engraving
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Catholic clergyman of the Order of St. Sulpice, French Canada, circa 1700. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of the Five Iroquois Nations homeland and Fort Orange (Albany), 1660s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of Louisiana, 1744, showing the mouths of the Mississippi while part of New France. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's 1613 map of his settlement at Port Royal, now Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia. Hand-colored woodcut
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Title page of Henry de Tonti's account of La Salle's expedition, London 1698 edition
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New Orleans, Louisiana, in 1718. Hand-colored woodcut
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French missionaries coming ashore in Somes's Sound, Mt Desert Island, Maine. Hand-colored woodcut
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Ship-building, 1562, at Archer's Creek, South Carolina, by Frenchmen left behind by Ribault. Hand-colored woodcut
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Part of Champlain's 1613 map of New France. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's map of settlement of Tadoussac in New France, 1613. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of Champlain's settlement on Isle de Sainte Croix, Canada, 1613. Hand-colored woodcut
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Champlain's settlement at Quebec, in New France, 1613. Hand-colored woodcut
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Maps of North American colonies, 1700s, before and after the French & Indian War. Color lithograph
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Hennepin's map of New France and Louisiana (Carte de la Nouvelle France) 1683. Woodcut
EXPL3A-00295
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Champlain's Quebec fort, 1613, showing the dwellings (C, D), drawbridge (I), moat (M), cannon (N), garden (O). Woodcut
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French missionaries coming ashore in Somes's Sound, Mt Desert Island, Maine. Woodcut
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LaSalle claims the Mississippi for France, 1682. Woodcut
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Fort Rozalie des Natchez on the Mississippi River, on a map, 1700s. Woodcut
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Map of Hudson's Bay, Canada, 1722, showing Hudson's Strait. Woodcut
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Louisbourg, Nova Scotia, besieged by New Englanders under British flag, 1745. Woodcut
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Early map of Newfoundland, from Lescarbot, 1609. Woodcut
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Hochelaga, site of Montreal, shown as a Native American village in Lescarbot's map, 1609. Woodcut
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Alexander's map of the north Atlantic coast of New England and Nova Scotia, 1624. Woodcut
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Champlain's fortified camp at Quebec on the St Lawrence River, 1600s. Woodcut
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Fort Frontenac on Lake Ontario, at the head of the St Lawrence River, 1600s (now Kingston). Halftone
   

   

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