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What year did Columbus land in the new world?


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2010-01-25 01:12:58
2010-01-25 01:12:58

In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue (he sailed in a little over a month I believe because he sailed along the trade winds.)


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The Vikings were the first Europeans to land in the New World, centuries before Columbus. However, the recognized discovery of the New World is in 1492 by Christopher Columbus, an Italian who sailed in name of Spain.

On his first trip to the "new world", Columbus initially landed at San Salvador.

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Christopher Columbus convinced the King and Queen of Spain to finance his voyage to the New World.

Vespucci was the first to discover that Columbus discovered a new land.

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No name. He didn't land in North America.

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.

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He realizing Columbus discovered a New World, not the Orient; therefore, he was honored by the naming of the "New Land" after him by a German mapmaker who named the "New Land," "America."

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Technically, the Canary Islands, but Cuba is where he landed

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Columbus said to the new world to determine a new trade route to Asia.

Columbus claimed the land he discovered in the name of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain. He also brought back natives lfrom the new world who had an appearance different from the europeans as well as samples of the food found in the new world.

The general significance of Christopher Columbus is tied to his discovery of the New World in 1492. As the first European explorer in the Age of Exploration (the 15th and 16th centuries) to set foot on land in the western hemisphere, Columbus ushered in a new age for both the Old World and the New.

Amerigo Vespucci wanted to go to the new world to prove that the land Christopher Columbus had found was not Asia, but a new world!

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