He arrived in the new place (1608) with another French explorer. His name was Samuel de Champlain. (C.N. B.D. L.W.) Brule traveled west for a mission and then went south for a mission. (L.W )Brule Etienne became the first European to reach Michigan when he canoed to Sault Ste. Marie in 1620. (C.N) He was sent to the wilderness to learn about Native Americans and land. He stayed with the Huron and accompanied a group them to Georgian Bay of Lake Huron. In 1612 he guided Champlain to the lake, and on that return journey they were noun as the first Europeans to find Lake Ontario. Brule was sent to the headwaters of the Susquehanna River they followed it to Chesapeake Bay. On his way back he got captured by Iroquois and got tortured, but he escaped in 1618. He lived with the Huron once again, making many explorations which no definite record. He probably visited Lake Superior and thus saw most of the great lakes except Lake Michigan, beginning the first European to do so. In 1629 he flew the English vessels that captured Quebec and his old commander, Champlain. Then he retired to live an increasingly dissolute life among the Huron. He was murdered in a quarrel.
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He arrived in the new place (1608) with another French explorer. His name was Samuel de Champlain. (C.N. B.D. L.W.) Brule traveled west for a mission and then went south for a mission. (L.W)Brule Etienne became the first European to reach Michigan when he canoed to Sault Ste. Marie in 1620. (C.N) He was sent to the wilderness to learn about Native Americans and land. He stayed with the Huron and accompanied a group them to Georgian Bay of Lake Huron. In 1612 he guided Champlain to the lake, and on that return journey they were noun as the first Europeans to find Lake Ontario. Brule was sent to the headwaters of the Susquehanna River they followed it to Chesapeake Bay. On his way back he got captured by Iroquois and got tortured, but he escaped in 1618. He lived with the Huron once again, making many explorations which no definite record. He probably visited Lake Superior and thus saw most of the great lakes except Lake Michigan, beginning the first European to do so. In 1629 he flew the English vessels that captured Quebec and his old commander, Champlain. Then he retired to live an increasingly dissolute life among the Huron. He was murdered in a quarrel. Brule a fur trader for 20 years lived in smoky lodges, ate greasy food, puffed a pipe, and swapped stories. He roamed all over the great lakes country. Brule may have explored as far as Lake Superior. In the 1600s the French explored along the water routes connected to the Great Lakes with the Mississippi river. Samul de champlain
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