How many trips did Columbus made from Spain to what he thought was India?
Chistopher Columbus took 4 trips
no columbus made three trips
Columbus found on his journey what he calls the Indians. He thought that when he landed in the island, that it was aisa, when realy it wasent.
Spain did, Columbus seems to have come from Italy originally, but couldn't get them to fund his trips. It was Queen Isabella of Castile.
No, Christopher Columbus was not Spanish, he was Italian. Queen Isabella of Spain sponsored his trips.
Queen Isabelle and King Ferdinand of Spain financed Columbus' voyages. Altogether, Christopher Columbus made four trips across the Atlantic Ocean.
he asked the queen of spain to fund his trips, and after 7 years he finally ogt funded for his trip
Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain! Columbus's voyages were funded by Spain. King Ferdinand was the one to give him the money in order to complete his trips.
Christopher Columbus made four trips to the New World. Reportedly the Native Americans he took back with him to Spain volunteered for the trip. The purpose of bringing Native Americans back to Spain was to show the monarchy the type of peoples that inhabited this New World.
Columbus was looking for a more direct route to India. No one knew about the continents in the way. He assumed he had reached his goal. He refused to believe he had not found India. This is why the continents are named after Amerigo Vespucci. He made four trips. He never landed on the North American continent to call it anything.
he made 9 trips, he went to Africa, Asia, India, hispaniola, america, columbia, london, france, paris.
Columbus landed on an island called Hispaniola. He never got to North America nor knew it was there. He thought he landed in India so called the natives "Indians." He made 3 more trips all in the area of the Bahamas and on his last trip he was shipped wrecked with his son for nearly 3 years before they were rescued. He was a mean greedy man who failed at what he set out to… Read More
4 in total
Yes. He made several trips to the americas. The first of which led him to what is present day cuba and he later made it to central america. However, he did not make it to the area now known as the U.S. side note, the proper term is Native American. American Indians don't exist. "indian" is a term mistakenly used for native Americans because Columbus thought he was in India.
The explorer Christopher Columbus had made four trips across the Atlantic Ocean from Spain in 1492, 1493, 1498 and then in 1502. He was determined to find a direct sea route west from Europe to Asia, but he never did. Instead, he stumbled upon the Americas
Christopher Columbus made four voyages to the New World.
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Christopher Columbus made 4 trips or voyages to the Americas
No, never in his 4 trips.
he took 2 trips to India and 2 trips back
Thaat's easy. Four
He didn't have money for his four trips
christopher Columbus Not even hardly. Chris never set boat on the Pacific Ocean. He made four trips across the Atlantic. He originally thought he was going to Asia but bumped into the Bahamas instead.
His trips mainly took him to the Bahamas and began in 1492.
Columbus made a total of four voyages to the New World.
Christopher Columbus made a total of four trips to the Caribbean and to South America in the years of 1492-1504.
Columbus never landed any where on the North American continent. In the time of his explorations the United States did not exist and would not for another 290 years. He made 4 trips landing on South and Central America on the last two. He refused to believe that he did not find India. This is why the continents are named after Amerigo Vespucci
3 of them , spain,new mexico,and new spain!! "Edit by kenley0510"
Colombus made 4 trips/voyages to the Americas
Enough to rape all the indian women
The Queen of Spain (Queen Isabella)
the mayor of Spain/Diego Velazquaz
Columbus made 4 voyages to south and central America when accually he was trying to get to the spice islands and japan.
Actually, Columbus did. He kept a log of his trips and the log has been used to follow his route. It takes the traveller right to Hispaniola.
Columbus found a few islands on his three trips. Cuba, Jamaica, and Hispaniola. He never found the North American mainland or much at all.
There were many early explorers who, under the flag of Spain, have become famous. Although Columbus was not Spanish he led the way for other Spaniards that followed. Columbus made 4 trips to the New World and was an Italian. Other well known Spanish born explorers include Hernando Cortes, Francisco Pizarro, Ponce de Leon, and Francisco Coronado. More names can be added to the list as it took decades for Spain to fully explore the… Read More
He didn't discover America, so he has only gotten credit for it in revised history. When he returned to Spain the crown was not happy with him. He hadn't found a route to India, didn't return with gold, and he was considered a failure. He did make 3 more trips that were not successful . In his last voyage he was ship wrecked for almost 2 years and returned sick. He soon died and his… Read More
For both his trips, he took ships provided by the Spanish monarchy.
Who is the explorer whom Ferdinand the second and Isabella helped pay for his trips to north America?
Christopher Columbus was the explorer.
He went west to go east. He had no idea that North America stood between him an Asia, so he figured that if he went west he could reach Asia. He also kept returning to the same islands, and he died broke and very unpopular in Spain.
The last name of the explorer whom Ferdinand the second and Isabella helped pay for his trips to North America was who?
Christopher Columbus :)
This can not be answered, but men who sailed were a rough sort. Often the men who went on trips like Cartier's. were just out of jail and wanted a way to get out of town. Many of the crew on the Columbus ships were Jews who were forced to leave Spain by the crown. The day the ship left was the deadline for leaving.
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Columbus was trying to find a quicker way to Asia by sailing west from Europe instead of around the horn of Africa. He was quite a salesman to convince Queen Isabella of Spain to sponsor his trip. He never landed in North America and had nothing to do with the native americans. The success of his trip led to other trips by explorers to colonize and hope to bring home riches to their respective countries.
Christopher Columbus:1451-1506 Christopher Columbus was an Italian explorer who sailed across the Atlantic Ocean in 1492, hoping to find a route to India (in order to trade for spices). He made four trips to the Caribbean and South America during the years 1492-1504. This is an opinion and depending on who you ask depends on who is the most famous. Columbus was not very successful and ended his life in poverty, sick, and didn't gain… Read More
Christopher Columbus sail the ocean blue in 1492. and he explored the northern, middle, and southern colonies. In 1492 Columbus made the first of four trips to the Caribbean on three Spanish ships named the Niña, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria
The explorer Christopher Columbus made four trips across the Atlantic Ocean from Spain: in 1492, 1493, 1498 and 1502. He was determined to find a direct water route west from Europe to Asia, but he never did. Instead, he accidentally stumbled upon the Americas. Though he did not really “discover” the New World–millions of people already lived there. His journeys marked the beginning of centuries of trans-Atlantic conquest and colonization.
Christopher Columbus was born in Genoa, Italy in 1451. His dream, which he never fulfilled, was to find an all water route to the east. He ended up making several trips to North America in his lifetime.
The Pinta, the Nina, and the Santa Maria all left with full crews. The Santa Maria sank out at a Haitian bay, right in front of today's "Mole Saint-Nicolas", founded by Columbus himself as "La Navidad". The other ships returned safely back to Spain, with Columbus traveling on the Nina. The Nina made several other trips under Columbus and the last log of her is from 1501, on a trip to the "Pearl Coast", today's… Read More
Who paid for Francisco Pizarros trips. Why is Francisco Pizarro famous. He's from Spain.