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This exemplary story of courage and fortitude was passed on to the king’s sister, Marguerite de Navarre, who used it in her collection of stories titled The Heptameron. 44 Opening Up North America, 1497–1800 receive estates once the job was complete. They even brought along their wives with the intention of raising families comfortably in their new possessions. Roberval and the crew continued the search for Saguenay. He had no more luck than Cartier had. Near the site of Cartier’s CharlesbourgRoyal, he built a large and well-defended fort on a high mountain named France-Roy.
5 meters] deep, which rises in the form of small hills about fifty paces wide. After climbing farther, we found other streams and inlets from the sea which come in by several mouths, and follow the ins and outs of the shoreline. . . We think that they belong to the Orient by virtue of the surroundings, and that they are not without some kind of narcotic or aromatic liquor. There are other riches, like gold, which ground of such a color usually denotes. There is an abundance of animals, stags, deer, hares; and also of lakes and pools of running water with various types of bird, perfect for the delights and pleasures of the hunt.
Until the winter of 1541– 1542, Cartier and the Native Americans had friendly encounters. 39 40 Opening Up North America, 1497–1800 the beluga whales and walruses, and met up with Donnaconna. It was there that the chief again saw his two sons after their long absence. With all parties convinced of each other’s goodwill, Cartier then proceeded to Stadacona. Donnaconna, however, seems to have believed that if Cartier proceeded on to the next large settlement, Hochelaga, he might prefer to have the Hochelagans as allies instead, so Donnaconna sought to forestall Cartier.