Brody,Isabella,Brenden,Cameron,and Kassie Jacques Cartier

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http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/caribarch/columbus.htm#rumbo
Example: Columbus was aboard La Gallega, the largest of the three vessels. Originally named for Galicia, the town in which she was built, she was known to her sailors as "Marigalante," literally "dirty Mary." Columbus rechristened her Santa María. The others were also known by nicknames: Santa Clara, was known as Niña ("little girl") a play on the name of her owner, Juan Niño; Pinta means "painted one."
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Columbus' ships the Nina, Pinta and the Santa Maria were originally called
Santa Clara, Pinta and Marigalante
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Santa María was a "nao," slightly larger and more round-bellied than the two caravels, Columbus described her as "very heavy and not suitable for the business of discovery." Santa María sank on Christmas eve near Cap Haïtien, Haiti, the first of nine ships that would sink during Columbus's explorations (four at La Isabela, 1495; two in Panama, 1503; two in Jamaica, 1504).
Santa Maria was rounder and larger than the other ships. She sank on Christmas Eve near Hati.
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Although most expeditions expected to make port within two weeks, Columbus's three ships carried provisions for an entire year. Records of the 1498 voyage of the Niña listed stores of wheat, flour, wine, sea biscuit, olive oil, garbanzos, cheese, salt pork, vinegar, fatback, sardines, and raisins. Cooking was done on deck in large copper kettles over a fire in a sandbox kindled with vineshoots and fed with olivewood.
When they were sailing they cooked with such food as vinegar, salt pork,wine,wheat,flour etc. They cooked on a deck with large copper kettles over a fire.
http://www.fcps.edu/KingsParkES/technology/bios/cartier.htm
Jacques Cartier was born in St. Malo France.
He was born December 31,1491 and died September 1, 1557.
He was born in 1491. He died when he was 66. He lived these years: 1491-1557.

Cartier, who was a respectable mariner, improved his social status in 1520 by marrying Mary Catherine des Granches, member of a leading family.
His sons, Domagaia and Taignagny, went to France with Cartier to become interpreters.
Cartier, in 1520 married Mary Catherine des Granches. He had two sons named Domagaia and Taignagay went to France with Cartier to become interpreters.
http://www.win.tue.nl/cs/fm/engels/discovery/cartier.html
He sailed into the Bay of St. Lawrence and along the westcoast of Newfoundland. He wanted to reach China. But, he failed on that try.
Cartier was dissappointed not to find China.
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He explored the St. Lawrence River and gave Canada its name.
He gave Canada it's name.
Jacques Cartier Donaldson-Forbes powerkids press2002


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His expidition map
Social Studies Alive! America's Past student textbook
A second voyage began in 1535. After returning his young indian guests to their homes, Cartier began to explore the St.Lawrence River. He pushed up the river to a native village at the base of a large mountain, which he named Mount Real Clate (Montre a d in french).

Social Studies Alive! America's Past student textbook
Cartier reached its mouth on the cathloic feast day of St.Lawrence. So Cartier named the river the St.Lawrence River.

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers/1500a.shtml
Cartier was a French explorer who led three expeditions to Canada, in 1534, 1535, and 1541.

http://library.thinkquest.org/J002678F/jacques_cartier.htm
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Where he explored
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File:Jacques Cartier Signature.svg
File:Jacques Cartier Signature.svg

His signiture
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Jacques Cartier
Jacques Cartier



Cartier

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His second voyage began in 1535.











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He was looking for a route to the Pacific through North America (a Northwest Passage) but did not find one.
He looked for a northwest passage but didnt find one.
http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1143.html
Jacques Cartier began to explore the St. Lawrence River.

http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1143.html
Jacques Cartier led a fruitless search for gold.
Jacques cartier led people to find gold.
http://www.u-s-history.com/pages/h1143.html
Cartier, despite his contributions to a better understanding of North American geography, was regarded as a failure. No gold was discovered and no lasting settlements were created. The areas he explored would remain largely untouched by Europeans until the early years of the next century. Jacques Cartier died at his manor of Limoilou on the first of September, 1551.
he never found gold and died shortley after
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In the spring, Jacques Cartier’s force began the return voyage to France. They encountered the long-delayed Roberval party near Newfoundland, but refused an order to return to the St. Lawrence.
he retruned to france the crew encountered a party and refued and order
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