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Why did Columbus go to the new world on his journey?
To find an all-water route to Asia
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To find a new trade route to asia
King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella
Columbus said to the new world to determine a new trade route to Asia.
The Middle Passage.
The Native Americans. They were there WAY before Columbus! There generations were passed from they Inuit's, to they Eskimo's, to the plains Indians to the American Indians or …something like that! So Columbus was TECHNACALY NOT the first one in America! We need to STOP giving Columbus SO much credit! either way, hope they answer helps!
the middle passage (:
His voyages were made to: prove that the world was spherical find a new trade route obtain wealth
Christopher Colombus was looking for a way to travel over the Atlantic to trade with China. The discovery of the New World was accidental. He was sent with the respects an…d sponsors of Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand.
Christopher Columbus was the Italian navigator that the organized and conducted the exploration voyages that lead the path to European colonization and exploitation of the… territories of America. His transatlantic travels were financed by the Spanish Crown, that in 1492 were held by Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand.
No, it was named after Amerigo Vespucci, an Italian serving the country of Portugal during the age of exploration. He sailed up and down the coast and claimed that it was not …Asia as it had been thought, but rather a new world. A German cartographer later partially mapped and named the "new world" after Vespucci. Till this day, the area he explored is known as the Americas, and includes South, Central, and North America. Yes, it was named after Columbus was named...and it was named (as the first answer states) in honor of Mr. Vespucci. By the same token, I'll bet you were also named after Columbus.
When Columbus landed in the New World, he landed on islands off the SE coast of North America, including several islands of the Caribbean such as Hispaniola.