2 edition of Exploration--British North America. found in the catalog.
Exploration--British North America.
by Printed by G. E. Eyre & W. Spottiswoode, for H. M. Stationery Off. in London
Written in English
Microfilm. New Haven, Research Publications [196-?] 1 reel. 35 mm. (History of the Canadian Northwest, reel 13)
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|Number of Pages||64|
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Exploration, British North America: the Journals, Detailed Reports and Observations Relative to the Exploration by Captain Palliser of that Portion of British North America Which, in Latitude, Lies Between the British Boundary Line and the Height of Land Or Watershed of the Northern Or Frozen Ocean Respectively And, in Longtitude, Between the Western Shore of Lake Superior and the Pacific 1/5(1).
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Exploration -- British North America: further papers relative to the exploration by the expedition under Captain Palliser of that portion of British North America which lies between the northern branch of the river Saskatchewan and the frontier of the United States and between the Red River and the Rocky Mountains, and thence to the Pacific Ocean.
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When peace came inprivate funds rather than the royal treasury financed English settlement in North America. The joint‐stock company and the founding of Jamestown. InElizabeth's successor, James I, issued charters to the Virginia Company of Plymouth and the Virginia Company of London to establish colonies along the Atlantic.
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The three volumes that will encompass North American Exploration appraise the full scope of the exploration of the North American continent and its oceanic margins from prior to the arrival of Columbus until the end of the nineteenth century.
More than an assessment of historical events, these volumes portray the process of exploration. Without forgetting the romance of exploration, the. The Americas are the continents of the Western Hemisphere: North America (which includes Central America and the Caribbean islands) and South America.
Europeans called these continents the “New World,” because at the time they were wholly unknown to people of the world’s other continents.
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$Reviews: British Empire in North America. England funded an initial exploratory trip shortly after Christopher Columbus's first voyage. Departing England inJohn Cabot explored the North American continent.
He correctly supposed that the spherical shape of the earth made the North, where the longitudes are much shorter, a quicker route to the New. ExplorationBritish North America. The journals, detailed reports, and observations relative to the exploration, by Captain Palliser, of that portion of British North America, which, in latitude, lies between the British boundary line and the height of land or watershed of the northern or frozen ocean respectively, and in longitude, between the western shore of Lake Superior and the Pacific.
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As we turn to the French explorers, let us repeat the litany of hardships that explorers encountered—intense cold, disease and death, unknown hazards and uncharted routes, Indians who might be friend or foe, and other Europeans who might be friend or foe. For Europeans, North America would be a "hard-won achievement," writes historian Karen Ordahl Kupperman.
( – ) Explored and charted North America’s North-western Pacific Coast. () Collected specimens of flora from New Zealand, Tahiti and China. () Although Captain Cook discovered Vancouver Island, it was named after George Vancouver during the .Because English exploration focused on the north, they contributed greatly to Europe's emerging knowledge of world geography.
Although they didn't reach the Orient, English westward forays established trade interests and settlements in the West Indies and along the east coast of North America in the early seventeenth century. English merchants.But, without a doubt, the onslaught of European colonization began in with the arrival of Christopher Columbus, and quickly accelerated as the Spanish claimed land in the Caribbean, Central America, Mexico, and South America, the French claimed land in the Caribbean and the central and northern portions of North America, and the British.