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TMS US His Explorers

TMS 6th Grade US History Explorers Unit

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How did Explorers and Native Americans cooperate? Shared Technologies, trade, crop knowledge
What conflicts were between Explorers and Native Americans land ownership, trade competition, different cultures, disease, different languages
John Cabot Established settlements and claimed land; learned farming techniques and traded with the First Americans
John Cabot Eastern Canada Explorer
Robert LaSalle Established trading posts and spread Christian religion
Robert LaSalle Mississippi River Valley Explorer
Samuel de Champlain Established Quebec, Canada
Samuel de Champlain Established trading posts and spread Christian religion
Francisco Coronado Conquered American Indians and made them slaves; brought Christianity to the New World, but also brought over European Diseases
Francisco Coronado explored Southwestern United States
Francisco Coronado Sponsored by Spain
Samuel de Champlain Sponsored by France
Robert LaSalle Sponsored by Canada
John Cabot Sponsored by England
Economic Reasons exporers wanted to explore the New World they wanted to find gold, natural resources, and to trade
Religious Reasons exporers wanted to explore the New World they wanted to spread Christianity
Reasons exporers wanted to explore the New World Economic, Religious, Competition
Problems with exploring the New World poor maps, starvation and disease, fear, lack of supplies
Achievements of early explorers exchanged goods and ideas, improved navigational tools and ships, claimed new territories
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