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On May 20th, 1497, Cabot set out from Bristol, England on a small ship called the Matthew. His son Sebastian was on board. John Cabot and his crew of 20 sailed across the Atlantic Ocean, South of Ireland, for 35 days until they sighted land on June 24th. On the shore, Cabot and his crew saw signs o…
he went to harvard, was the first to sign the declaration of independence, was rich, and other stuff that i didn't pay attention about.
he was exploring for routes
John was imprisoned for criticizing the immoral marriage of Herod
to Herodias, his sister-in-law. When Herodias and her daughter,
Salome, plotted together, they convinced Herod to kill John,
although he was reluctant. The famous story is that Salome danced
for the king and his friends, and Herod sai…
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John Cabot was an Italian navigator and explorer who sailed for England.
He represented EnglandHe represnted England
no John Cabot did not have any brothers or sisters.
They actually made contact with the Beothuk and Mi'kmaq tribe
John Cabot and his crew knew they had not found the Northwest
Passage. However, they did believe that they had found part of
New research is beginning to show that John Cabot's voyage of 1498 was not lost at sea as previously thought. Evidence has been found that shows that the expedition had made it back to England by 1500.
So the death of Cabot shown in many books as 1499 will now have to be revised. As the cause and a…
John Cabot (c.1450 - 1498)
John Cabot (Italian) sailed from England in May 1497, with the
support of king Henry VII, and claimed New-found-land for England.
John Cena's wife is Elizabeth Huberdeau.
1497 and 1498
It got green in John Cabot's shoes
Interesting claim, but I think I have a more accurate answer:
Cabot Creamery, the makers of Cabot cheese, got its start in 1919, when a bunch of dairy farmers from the Cabot area (in Vermont) got together, pooled their resources, and formed a cooperative. They ea…
There is no evidence that he went to school but instead he was
In 1497, John Cabot (Giovanni Cabotto) set off on a voyage to Asia. On his way he, like Christopher Columbus, ran into an island off the coast of North America. As a result, Cabot became the second European to discover North America, thus laying an English claim which would be followed up only after…
This is because of industrial fee's not being met to the standards. No one could pay off their dept so if you built a new industry the money you make off of that would go to the fee's.
He was the second person to find north America, but he was looking for a quicker route to Asia.
His expedition allowed the English to claim much of the eastern coast of North America.He caboted many young women on his journeys through Asia, he is thought of as a modern Marco Polo. He is also known …
JOhn Cabot thpopught his first son was the best and desierved to travel with him also because his other sons were too younh
It may not be worth the effort or it may not produce enough money.
john Cabot discovered Newfoundland
he was english so probly explored for the english
was famous for his exploraitions by finding the coastline of
He was born in 1450. Jhon Cabot was born in the same year as christopher Columbus
yes it is true that they thought that they discovered the northwest passage.... you didn't really answer my question because that wasn't the question i asked.
He was born either in Genoa or Gaeta, Italy. No one is sure of his actual birthplace.
John Cabot went westwords in the hope that he will find a shortcut to India, since the trade place between the Indians and europeans was conquered by Turks. They needed to transport peper from India because they could not grow peper in Europe. They needed this spice because it was very good to prese…
King Henry VII of England
Cabot, was an Italian explorer ( Cabotti ) . He changed his name to join the British Naval Expeditionary forces. His exploration took him to many places, most notably around the horn. I m not sure precisely where he took his forces directly, but as I recall ( a long time ago for me ) he made many vo…
Answer There is the eldest, Ludovico, and the youngest, Sancio.
Then Sebastian was in the middle. Hi
John Cabot had 3 sons Ludovico, Sabastian and Sancio.
The answer is that he had three voyages:The first failed when his crew had arguments.The second one was when he reached the Newfoundland, CanadaThe third failed when all but one ship disappeared.
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he helped people that needed it ..thats how he impcact the world
John Cabot was most famous for claiming Newfoundland for England he discovered parts of Canada
He sailed in 1497 and in 1498. We don't know if he continued in
1499, which was the year of his death.
John Cabot never went to school. (I am 100% sure!)
1497 and 1498, both in May
He sailed to North America (Canada's coastline) and named many of it's island and capes. He also found Newfoundland. He tried to sail from North America to Asia by sailing west trying to find a Northwest passage.
Cabot landed somewhere on the east cost of Canada, (probably Newfoundland, L…
they were dangurous and not reallygood because they went very far away
John Cabot was an Italian navigator. Giovanni Caboto (known in English as John Cabot; c. 1450 - c. 1499) was an Italian navigator and explorer whose 1497 discovery of North America is commonly held to be the first European voyage to the continent since Norse exploration of the Americas in the early …
John Cabot was an explorer credited with discovering Newfoundland
and other parts of northeastern Canada. Though details of life
aboard his ships are few, it is known that he was forced to turn
around on one of his trips because his crew mutinied in protest of
how cold it was.
I dont know if he had any wives but i do know he had 3 husbands.
In 1497 and 1498, instead of finding the passage to the Indies like John Cabot has hope for, he found the coast of North America........................thank you
he thougt he could reach Asia by crossing the world
Quebec Canada and the North West passage.
Actually he looked for the northwest passage but it did not and still doesn't exist
John Cabot lived from 1450- 1520,so he was 70 when he died.
John Cabot (Giovanni Caboto) sailed from England in 1497.
The country that sponsored John Cabot was England. He had to ask many other countries such as Spain and Portugal before he got the answer he wanted.
His motive was to find a route to Asia across North America.
He explored north America for Glory.
He's considered to be the first European to land on the North American continent (doing so in 1497) since the Norse did in the 11th century.
John Cabot set sail for his last expedition in 1498. He reached Labrador and southern Greenland. The expedition then got lost and no traces of it were found.
john Cabot had three children, Sebastian, Ludovico, and Sancto
He is dumb a loser and school sucks
Verrazano's first purpose was that he was going to bring rawsilk, spices, and insents back from the Spice Islands.
he discovered parts of Canada
Newfoundland is what John Cabot [c. 1450-c. 1498] found on his voyage. His voyage took him to North America, and most likely to the subsequent Canadian North America. Cabot was born in Venice, Italy. His birth name was Giovanni Caboto.
When John Cabot heard of Christopher Columbus's successful journey,
he convinced King Henry VII that England did not have to sit still
while the Spaniards helped themselves to the New World.
e felt good about traveling
1. John Cabot did not discover the Bahamas.2. Bonavista is part of Newfoundland.
Spain was allready financing cristipher colombos Its spelt Columbus u idiot
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Giovanni Caboto known in English as John Cabot (1450 - 1498).
to have money
the areas John Cabot explored were actually I am not really sure yet.
He did A Girl In 1000
He wanted to find land for England.
John Cabot wanted to explore new lands such as North America which was thought to be Asia (reported by christopher columbus)
John Cabot was a 15th century explorer. He experienced many of the
same problems as other explorers. His first voyage was never
completed due to lack of food and bad weather.
he traveled to north america, which he found
he sailed to Newfoundland
He explored parts of new york
John Cabot lived in 2 places, first he lived in Italy, then he moved to England with one of his 3 sons called Sebastian Cabot who is an explorer and a mapmaker. I hope this will help you =]
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John Cabot claimed land for England.
England. Hope that was helpful! :)
King Henry of England
His first wife was Joséphine (who was born Joséphine Tascher de la Pagerie, then married a General and became Joséphine Beauharnais. General Beauharnais was gullotined, leaving her free to marry Napoleon). His second wife was Marie Louise (born Archduchess Maria Luisa of Austria). Napoleon mar…
because his king sent him
Well,first off all he had to get the kings approval,then he had to survive the 35 days at sea!he had to fight scurvy and yet he still explored with the many risks there were>:)
AwnserHis Crew became worried that they would hit an iceberg, and he had to convince them to keep on going until they found land.
he didn't get along with the Natives very well but he tried. Later on he couldn't be with the Natives anymore so he left. After he left some of his men that he left with the Natives got killed because they tried taking over the Natives land.
the adventures of the Norse explorers was long forgotten by 1497 and Cabot's landfall in Newfoundland captured the imagination of an Old World on the verge of a new age of discovery.
John Cabot died in 1499 but no one knows for sure how he died. Lots of people believe he didn't make his way back to England and others believe he returned then died.
what were the names of john smiths three shipswhat were the names of john smiths three ships One of his ships was named '' colonial America
There were lots of storms at sea, and a lack of fresh water. Sometimes food would get moldy and infest with insects those who ate it would get sick. also, a condition called SCURVY killed many sailors. scurvy is caused by a lack of vitamin c.