Leif Ericsons Explorations.

999 AD - 1002 AD

The viking migrated to Greenland, his ship was blown of course in 999, leading him to Canada. In 1002 he makes another journey west to find timber

John Cabot's Explorations.

1497 - 1500

The Italian explored as an Empire of Venetian citizen. He was commissioned by the English King Henry 7. His exhibition is known for being the first European exploration of American mainland since the vikings. He made three voyages, the first being a failure, but the other two becoming famous for his explorations.

Joao Fernandez Lavradors explorations.

1498 - 1501

This Pourtragalese explorer was given a green light to explore the Atlantic under the treaty between the Spanish and Pourtragals, in 1498. He discovered Labador in Canada. When ha returned he went to England, where the KIng wanted to get him to explore for him. He left in 1501 and never returned.

Samuel Champlain

1598 - 1633

The father of new France. The French explorer had many exhibitions, resulting in new France being militarily and industrially stronger.

Henry Hudson

1607 - 1611

The English explorers first two explorations were for England, trying to find China through the attic. Then his third, on behalf of the Dutch east Indies company, discovered what was named the Hudson.

Adriaen Block.

1611 - 1614

He had three explorations, which he discoved and founded New Jersey and Massachusetts. He possibly named Rhodes and Block islands. He was a Dutch privateer.

Thomas Button

1612 - 1614

He tried to find the artic passage, but also failed. He did try to locate Hudson though.

Juan Jose Perez Hernandez

1774 - 1775

The Spanish launch these exhibitions because they were concerned about their territory.

Sir Alexander McKenzie

1789 - 1793

The Scottish explorer had two explorations, one, being in 1789, being to the Arctic ocean. The other, 1792-1793 was exploring the Pacific.

John Franklin

1819 - 1845

The English Explorer had several explorations, Coppermine river 1819, several arctic explorations, Van demeans land 1836, Victoria 1943 and the North west passage exploration 1845.