years during which juan ponce de leon traveled
ponce de leon had no ships
Juan ponce De Leon is an explorer he has looked for many thing is his past years.
jaun ponce de leon traveld on the santamaria
Juan Ponce de Leon had three ships.
Juan Ponce de Leon had one daughter, Juana Ponce de Leon, with his wife, Leonor. He had a grandson, Juan Ponce de Leon II, and a great-grandson, Juan Ponce de Leon y Loayza.
ponce de leon took 2 voyages
Ponce DE Leon took 3 trips
How many ships did ponce de leon use on his voyage
Ponce De Leon conquered (discovered) many islands, including Bimini and Caribbean Islands.
Juan Ponce de Leon had four kids and their names are Luis, Juana, Maria and Isabelle.
The name Ponce De Leon has five syllables. The syllables in the name are ponc-e-de-le-on.
juan ponce de leon was married once to leonor the daughter of a n inkeeper and have four children
Ponce De Leon did not discover Puerto Rico. It was Christopher Columbus who landed on the North Coast of the island during his second trip to the new world in 1493. Ponce De Leon was on one of the many ships that came with this second expedition. Fifthteen years later Ponce De Leon lead an expedition to the island and founded the first town calling it Caparra.
he had four kids and he was married
its not ponce de leon found Florida and saw so many flowers and flowers in spanish is flores so they called Florida
Juan ponce traveled with more than 100 men.
he had a son and two daughters
He did not have a brother or sister.
There were many obstacles that Ponce de Leon and his crew faced during their explorations. These challenges included a lack of food, severe weather, and Indian attacks.
Juan Ponce de Leon had 3 ships, the Santa Maria de la Consolacion, the Santiago and the San Cristobal on his journey to Florida.
The Spanish Juan Ponce de Leon used many Spanish items such as a conquistador helm, just a basic sword, and some food and supplies.
Juan Poce de Leon took 1 voyage
He went on three voyages
many things like he was the governor of porto rico
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