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Juan Ponce de Leon

What parts of Florida did Juan Ponce de Leon discover?


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Answered 2011-05-10 01:36:54

The East Part of Florida


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The first European to discover Florida was the Catholic, Juan Ponce de León.

Juan Ponce never did discover the fountain of youth. He looked twice in Florida but never found it.

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As the first European, yes, in 1513.

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He discovered Florida. And gave it its name.and also discoverd cold weather on his way

Juan Ponce de Leon discovered Florida, or as he called it 'La Florida', on April 2, 1513.

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Spain was the country who provided him the money. Thus this enabled him to discover Florida.

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Juan Ponce de Leon had three ships on his voyage: the Santa Maria, the Santiago, and the San Cristobal. Ponce De Leon was the first European to discover Florida.

Juan Ponce de Leon found gold in Florida.

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Juan Ponce De Leon is important to Florida history because he discovered and explorer Florida. He was the first explorer to do so.

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Juan Ponce de Leon named Florida on April 2, 1513 because it was a flowerd land.

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The Fountain of Youth, supposedly :)

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