National Geographic : 1935 Aug
REMNANTS OF ROYAL FRANCE IN CANADA UNION JACK AND LILY BANNER VEIL THE CARTIER MONUMENT In the Bale de Chaleur, in 1534, the French navigator found his way hemmed in by mountains. Realizing he had failed to discover the Northwest Passage to India, he landed at Gaspe near this spot, erected a 30-foot cross, and took possession of the soil for France. V(>National geographicc society 1 inlay Photographs by 13. Anthony Stewart FISHING CRAFT WERE DRESSED WITH ROYAL FLAGS On the feast day fishermen from near-by waters, piloting small boats decorated with the flags and banners of pre-Revolutionary France, escorted the delegates arriving on the French liner Champlain.