Framed Print of EXPL2A-00087. Jacques Cartier on the summit of Mont Real, now Montreal, Canada, 1535
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Jacques Cartier on the summit of Mont Real, now Montreal, Canada, 1535. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration.
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Framed Print of EXPL2A-00087. Jacques Cartier on the summit of Mont Real, now Montreal, Canada, 1535.
Jacques Cartier on the summit of Mont Real, now Montreal, Canada, 1535.
Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration
© North Wind Picture Archives
Media ID 5879534
1500s , 1535 , 16th Century , Canada , Canadian , Cartier , Claim , Colonial , Colonist , Colony , Discover , Exploration , Explore , French , French Canada , Historic , History , Illustration , Jacques Cartier , Land , Land Claim , Montreal , New France , New World , North America , Quebec , River , Saint Lawrence River , St Lawrence River , Territory , Vintage
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