Fort Frontenac, located in present-day Kingston, Ontario, was La Salle’s advance base in Canada
Fort Crevecoer, La Salle’s advance base in Illinois, was located in present-day Peoria.
The map of New France, drawn in large part by La Salle’s discoveries
La Salle and his men canoeing the Mississippi
La Salle reaches the mouth of the Mississippi and claims the entire river and all of its tributaries for King Louis XIV of France
Local natives investigate the French at Fort Prudhomme near present-day Memphis, Tennessee.
La Salle’s expedition off the coast of Texas
A sketch of the French warship Joly drawn by Frenchman Jean L’Archevêque to prove he was a European in need of rescue by the Spanish