Where did Christopher Columbus explore during the late 1400s?
Christopher Columbus explored the eastern coast of North America during the late 1400's. He was also one person to sail northwest to look for the North West Passage. Many ships sailed that way, but only he got far enough to find out that there was no North West Passage.
and that is where he planed revenge on all his school recipiants whom ofwich sayed he is worthless and could not sail that fall with out being killed.
around the 1400s. Read More
Gunpowder and new forms of steal. Read More
Its been said about 1468. Overall, it was the mid to late 1400s. Read More
The first people to come to the Americas in the late 1400s were the Spaniards led by Christopher Columbus. Read More
How did the journeys of Vasco da Gama and Bartholomeu Dias and Christopher Columbus became possible in the late 1400s?
go to schoo; Read More
they thoght that the world has alote to explore and befre u know cristafor columbus become a great explorer Read More
Portugal probably contributed more than any other nation to the advancement of navigation technology in the 1400s. Christopher Columbus used Portuguese boats and navigation equipment. Read More
they wanted to find a new route to the far east Read More
pretty much since the start when Christopher Columbus founded it in the 1400s ever since then Haiti has been in plenty of oppression Read More
Africa Read More
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to get rich Read More
In the late 1400s both Columbus sailed from Spain and the Inquisition began. Read More
The caravel (also spelled carvel) is the triple-masted Portuguese innovation of the late 1400s. Two of Christopher Columbus' ships were caravels. Read More
If you are asking about Columbus Day, he did not celebrate it. He could not. It did not become a holiday until hundreds of years after he died. In the late 1400s, Columbus would have only celebrated the holidays that existed-- those were generally church holidays, like Christmas, Easter, and holy days honoring Catholic saints. Read More
In the later 1400s, Christopher Columbus' ambition to discover a westward passage to the Indies was delayed by numerous factors. One of these was a successful (and final) conclusion to the famed "Reconquista", as this military (and religious) venture demanded as top priority the attention and, even more, the funding of Columbus' royal patrons. Read More
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The changing conditions were that: There was a big storm so they could not cross the ocean to get to the unknown lands in the 1400s Read More
The most important Portuguese explorations of the 1400s were on the coast of Africa, from there across the coast of South Asia to India, and across the Atlantic Ocean to Brazil. Read More
The storm. Read More
to trade and claim land Read More
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The Ottoman Empire conquered Greece in the 1400s. Read More
What was the first country to send people to colonize North America when it sent Columbus out in the 1400s?
England Read More
In the beginning, the island of Hispaniola (the island in which Haiti is located) was inhabited by the group of people who had migrated from Siberia that we refer to as Native Americans today. But in the 1400s, Christopher Columbus, (who landed in the Caribbean-not mainland America as most think he did) made the island known to the Old World. Read More
Back in Christopher Columbus's childhood (mid 1400s), children did not attend school. In nearly all families, boys were expected to take up their fathers' occupations; girls were expected to help at home. Christopher's father was a weaver. Christopher helped by taking woven fabric goods to other ports. This is how Christopher fell in love with sailing! Also, teens and men learned as apprentices to other older, experienced men in the same trade. So older sailors… Read More
the routes taken by explorers for Portugal during the 1400s and early 1500s was the cape of good hope Read More
Yes. They were the primary movers of spices in the 1400s. Read More
They wanted to explore the world to get more knowledge about it, to get spices from Asia, and gold and silver. Read More
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Hmmmm....I'm stuck between Columbus Founding America and the founding of the Mighty Incan Empire. Read More
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In the late 1400s, most Europeans knew little if anything about the Americas. Columbus made his first voyage in 1492 and even his later voyages resulted in little real knowledge about either North or South America. Read More
First, there is absolutely NO way to know why parents in the 1400s (or even today!) name a child a specific name! Maybe Chris's parents did not like names of John, George, or Thomas. Read More
During the 1400s and 1500s explorers used a compass and the North Star to navigate across the ocean. What is this system of navigation called?
what explorer used th compass in the 1400s Read More
Christopher Columbus drake Vasco DE Gama Joliet & Marquette Magellan Champlain DE Soto Hudson Coronado those are all explorers from the 1400s and 1500s Vespucci Cabral Cabot Pizarro Cartier balboa Read More
Italy used the florin during the 1400's. It was worth about 2 shillings then. Read More
The Age of Exploration occurred in the 1400s to the 1700s. Read More
the spanish vs the christians Read More
locations were favorable for trade Read More
the first printing press was introduced to Spain Read More