Chronicles of Canada Volume 02 - Mariner of St. Malo: A Chronicle of the Voyages of Jacques Cartier

Stephen LEACOCK (1869 - 1944)

Jacques Cartier grew up as a sailor, married well and became an agent of exploration for King Francis I of France. In April, 1534, he sailed for the New World. Before sailing, his men took an oath that they would “behave themselves truly and faithfully in the service of the Most Christian King.” Jacques’ name was made immortal by the faithfulness with which he and his men carried out that oath. Summary from Christian History Institute, used with permision.

Genre(s): Middle Ages/Middle History

Language: English

Group: Chronicles of Canada Series

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 EARLY LIFE Susan Denney
00:15:52
Play 02 THE FIRST VOYAGE--NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR Kevin McAsh
00:15:32
Play 03 THE FIRST VOYAGE--THE GULF OF ST LAWRENCE Kevin McAsh
00:19:04
Play 04 THE SECOND VOYAGE--THE ST LAWRENCE Robin Cotter
00:18:37
Play 05 THE SECOND VOYAGE--STADACONA Kevin McAsh
00:17:07
Play 06 THE SECOND VOYAGE%u2014 HOCHELAGA Kevin McAsh
00:14:50
Play 07 THE SECOND VOYAGE--WINTER AT STADACONA Kevin McAsh
00:16:44
Play 08 THE THIRD VOYAGE Robin Cotter
00:15:53
Play 09 THE CLOSE OF CARTIER'S CAREER Kevin McAsh
00:10:29
Play 10 ITINERARY OF CARTIER'S VOYAGES Kevin McAsh
00:10:17