Inauthentic depiction of Champlain, by Théophile Hamel (1870), after the one by Ducornet (d. 1856), based on a portrait of Michel Particelli d'Emery (d. 1650) by Balthasar Moncornet (d. 1668). — No authentic portrait of Champlain is known to exist.[7]

Samuel de Champlain: French navigator who founded New France and Quebec City

Samuel de Champlain 1604-1616 | Virtual Museum of New France

Samuel de Champlain 1604-1616 | Virtual Museum of New France

Stamp: Samuel de Champlain & the Heights of Quebec (Canada) (350th Anniv. of Founding of Quebec) Mi:CA 326,Sn:CA 379,Yt:CA 306,Sg:CA 505

Stamp: Samuel de Champlain & the Heights of Quebec (Canada) (350th Anniv. of Founding of Quebec) Mi:CA 326,Sn:CA 379,Yt:CA 306,Sg:CA 505

canoeing along Mattawa River_Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park

canoeing along Mattawa River_Samuel de Champlain Provincial Park

Promenade Samuel-de Champlain – Daoust Lestage

Promenade Samuel-de Champlain – Daoust Lestage

Exploring the Explorers: Samuel de Champlain – Dictionary of Canadian Biography

Samuel de Champlain was an explorer, geographer, and mapmaker. He was the founder and first governor of the French colony of Quebec. He is known as the Father of New France, the French colonial empire in North America.

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