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Where did Christopher Columbus land?

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2012-02-07 23:48:49
2012-02-07 23:48:49

columbus ohio

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2020-03-30 15:36:10
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Tampa

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2020-06-19 23:56:15
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The Dominic rebublic

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jamaica

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Christopher Columbus found land on October 12, 1492. The land that he first saw is called the Bahamas today.

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Christopher Columbus was at sea for 33 days before they spotted land

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Christopher Columbus had landed in the Caribbean.

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Christopher Columbus first landed in the Bahamas.

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Christopher Columbus discovered New Land for European Settlements.

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Columbus sailed the Ocean Blue in 1492

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Christopher Columbus landed in America and he discovered America

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Christopher Columbus landed in the Bahamas, however thinking he had made it to Asia.

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yes - the Indians were really protective of their land.

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Christopher Columbus land in Spain. ---------------------------------------------------------------- Wrong Christopher Columbus was sent from Spain so he couldn't have landed there first he landed in San Salvador

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he was the governor of all the land he claimed

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He accidentally his future on land

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Pretty sure its Christopher Columbus

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They were onboard ship when not on land

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America but he thought he was in spain.

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The first land/island Christopher Columbus saw was San Salvador. That is the answer to that question. GOOD LUCK!

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because queen isabella and king ferdinand wanted christopher columbus to find more land

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He shouldn't be because he didn't save anybody.


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