English & French Settlers
Jamestown was settled by British settlers in modern day Virginia on May 24, 1607.
The Pilgrims were from England and wanted to escape religious persecution from the Anglican church. They left England on a ship and landed in Plymouth Rock, North America.
The Puritans were English Protestants who disliked the influences of Catholicism. They decided to settle in Massachusetts Bay for religious freedom.
Samuel de Champlain
Samuel de Champlain was a French explorer who founded the New France territory. He made a settlement named Quebec City. Only the Northern part of past day New France remains which is called the Providence of Quebec.
The French and Indian war was fought between the Indians and French against the British over disputes on land. The French lost all land East of the Mississippi to the British.