Where did Columbus explore at?
the north west... WaSHINTON oREGON AND CANADA
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Christopher Columbus explored, The Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Colmbia,India, and Europe actually he did not explore India, he thought he had discovered it(which is why he called the native americains Indians) but the resti am unsure of He did explore the Bahama's and Puerto Rico on his 2nd Voyage,howev…er, on his first voyage, he landed in N. America, and thoughthe was in India, therefore calling the Native Peoples "Indians". ( Full Answer )
separate voyages to the Caribbean from 1492 to 1504, he remained convinced that he had found the lands that Marco Polo reached in his overland travels to China at the end of the 13th century.
Basically it was all about the money. Although fame could also belinked to his decision. It was not heroism if that is what you werethinking. Christopher Columbus believed that the world was smallerthan it really is and therefore he can find short sea routes toIndia, Indonesia, Japan and China. By …discovering such a route, Columbus hoped to increase his ownwealth and the future prosperity of his family, either be rewardsof the King and Queen of Spain, or by business dealings withspices, drugs, gold, and silver. ( Full Answer )
to find gold and spices to trade. He was looking for a shorter route to India for the purpose stated above. He actually thought he landed in part of India and called the land West Indies, and the natives Indians. he wanted to find a new rout to India
yes Christopher Columbus was a explorer as he discovered America and travelled to many different countries. :)
Christopher Columbus explored the United States. Well, technically he told every one about the United States and the native Americans discovered it
To get a faster route to India. That is why the first American settlers are called Indians.
Christopher Columbus was exploring because he was a voyager and waslooking for a new route to the Far East. He also believed the worldwas smaller than it is.
Christopher Columbus was cerainly not inspired to be an explorer by his father but in 1476 he sailed on his first expedition so that might have inspired him to become a real explorer.
No, Christopher Columbus was Italian. In his voyages to the Americas he did not sail for England or Italy, though. He sailed for Spain, therefore he was a Spanish explorer.
Christopher Columbus explored the Central and South Americancoasts. Between 1493 and 1496 he explored Cuba, Hispaniola, PuertoRico and Jamaica.
Christopher Columbus started his first exploration in 1492. Hissecond voyage was in 1493, his third in 1498, and his final journeyin 1502.
Christopher Columbus mainly explored the West Indies. This included Cuba and the Bahamas. He though he had achieved the wanted; a sea route to sell goods to Asia. Parts of what is today in the USA, were explored by mainly Spanish and French explorers, such as Magellan and Cartier.
Christopher Columbus made four journeys in his lifetime. The firstin 1492 to the Caribbean Islands. He then sailed in 1493 to takemen to the New World via the Caribbean Islands. He traveled againin 1498 to Cuba, but had to turn back due to a hurricane and landedin Venezuela. His last voyage was in 5…02 to Jamaica and CentralAmerica, getting stranded on Jamaica for 2 years. ( Full Answer )
Christopher Columbus (1451 - May 20, 1506) was an Italian navigator, colonizer and explorer whose voyages across the Atlantic Ocean led to general European awareness of the American continents in the Western Hemisphere.. Though not the first to reach the Americas from Afro-Eurasia - preceded s…ome five hundred years by Leif Ericson, and perhaps by others - Columbus initiated widespread contact between Europeans and indigenous Americans. With his several hapless attempts at establishing a settlement on the island of Hispaniola, he personally initiated the process of Spanish colonization which foreshadowed general European colonization of the "New World." (The term "pre-Columbian" is sometimes used to refer to the peoples and cultures of the Americas before the arrival of Columbus and his European successors.). His initial 1492 voyage came at a critical time of growing national imperialism and economic competition between developing nation states seeking wealth from the establishment of trade routes and colonies. In this sociopolitical climate, Columbus's far-fetched scheme won the attention of Queen Isabella of Spain.. Severely underestimating the circumference of the Earth, he hypothesized that a westward route from Iberia to the Indies would be shorter and more direct than the overland trade route through Arabia. If true, this would allow Spain entry into the lucrative spice trade - heretofore commanded by the Arabs and Italians. Following his plotted course, he instead landed within the Bahamas Archipelago at a locale he named San Salvador. Mistaking the North-American island for the East-Asian mainland, he referred to its inhabitants as "Indians".. Academic consensus is that Columbus was born in Genoa , though there are other theories . The name Christopher Columbus is the Anglicisation of the Latin Christophorus Columbus. The name is rendered in modern Italian as Cristoforo Colombo, in Portuguese as CristÃ³vÃ£o Colombo (formerly Christovam Colom), and in Spanish as CristÃ³bal ColÃ³n. . The anniversary of Columbus' 1492 landing in the Americas (Columbus Day) is observed throughout the Americas and in Spain on October 12. ( Full Answer )
First Voyage 1492-93. Second Voyage 1493-96. Third Voyage 1498-1500. Fourth Voyage 1502-04. He was trying to go to India He was trying to get spices. He wnet the wrong way and (I don't know how he did it) reached North america. He then Asked the british they agreed. So that is how and what chris…topher colombus explore ( Full Answer )
Columbus explored for who ever could sponsor him. when he explored America Spain sponsored him,at first he tried the king of Portugal,England and France they all refused
He explored South America, Carribean Islands, and Central America. And for your information he did not explore India he thought he did that's why the Native Indians are called Indians because he thought he landed in India.
When Christopher Columbus was still young, he believed he was appointed by God to spread the Gospel to heathen lands; and so that was his biggest purpose. He wrote about it in his own journal. if you read a book called "The Light and the Glory" by Peter Marshall and David Manuel, you can see for you…rself. They took years to find this stuff. ( Full Answer )
yes. he lived in Portugal and reached America at the service of Spain and is told to be genovese even so that is contested by the portuguese.
Explorer would mean he discovered and left. But he is a Conquerer. He Raped,Murdered, and Pillaged the Native Americans which makes him a Conquerer. Which means everyone has always been taught wrong. Especially seeing that when he came the Norwegians were already here.
Christopher Columbous was an important explorer because he was the first to discover the New World - America! He crossed the Atlantic Ocean in search of new lands, which was a brave and daring expedition. Also, he helped gained economic growth of Spain by travelling to distant lands to trade goods.
His attempt to find a western route to Asia led the Europeans to the Americas
No. He only found the islandHispaniola and had thought he landed in India. He never got close to either North or South American. De Leon is the first to step on North America. Columbus is highly overrated as an explorer.
He was trying to reach Asia via the sea. Many people at the time considered the distance to great for 15 th Century ships. However Columbus had calculated where he thought Asia was and decided it wasn't too far. He almost ran out of supplies before he reached the Caribbean. (Which was almost exactl…y where he thought Asia would be.) ( Full Answer )
Because he wanted to let people learn more about the world so he became a explorer.
He explored for Spain because Portugal denied him to go, but he was the main person who went?
He found the island of Hispaniola, brought back some trinkets, didn't find gold, and was considered a failure by the crown. His son had to sue the crown after his death for the things promised in his contract.
On his voyage to Spain to India he was willing to find India. They thought there was no north America so the tried to go to India by turning left. Instead they bumped to a unknown part of North America. They Called The people that lived there were called Indians because Columbus thought That were in… India. Columbus never knew for his whole life that he was in a unknown part of North America. Those People that Columbus Thought were Indians were actually first A Nations. He never knew for his whole life that those were first a nations. ( Full Answer )
Yes, Columbus was directed by the Queen of Spain to explore. The Santa Maria, Pinta, and the Nina were the Queen's ships.
Christopher Columbus was officially an Italian explorer for Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand. However, he was also accused of exploiting his position as governor and viceroy of the Indies and was arrested on behalf of governing tyrannically.
he explored the Americas and he went back to Spain and gave the queen his notes that was then published and he then brought a lot more people back to the Americas
i don't really know because someone needs to answer this!! so please i need this in less then 5 min for a home work because this is not helping lol
He was funded by the King and Queen of France to try to make his way to India to get spices but ended up discovering the Americas
Columbus' exploration of South America was limited. On his third voyage in 1498, from August 4 through August 12, he explored the Gulf of Paria which separates the island of Trinidad from Venezuela. He explored the mainland of South America, including the Orinco River.
His impact was very minor if he had any. In his life he was considered a failure. Not only didn't he find a water route to Asia, but he also did not bring home riches, gold, or spices. As far as the crown was concerned he didn't meet the demands of his contract with them. When he died he was broke, …sick, and was a disgrace. His son files a suit against the crown to try to claim some of the contract in his father's name after his death. ( Full Answer )
He was looking for asia. Unfortunately, he found the americas instead, by accident. Till the day he died, he still thought that he found asia (specifically india, hence the term Indians)
He first became a sailor at age fourteen and during his sailing years saw many things that inspired him to be a sailor
Christopher Columbus was exploring because he was certain that he could find a shorter route to India. People of his time would normally sailed south all the way around the land masses of western Europe--past Africa--around the southernmost tip back up north-easterly to India as they believed the Ea…rth was flat. ( Full Answer )
Christopher Columbus sailed west from Spain because he waslooking for a direct route to India and the far east to shorten thedistance for trade with the east. He was unaware that twocontinents lay in his path.
His voyage during which he discovered America was sponsored and financed by Queen Isabella of Spain.
In 1497, Italian-born John Cabot sailed from England to North America, looking for a northern route to Asia. Accounts vary on where he landed; most likely it was the coast of Newfoundland, Labrador or Cape Breton.
Christopher Columbus discovered America (actually, not the mainland of America) but he did not know about it. He wanted to reach India, but he came upon the islands of the Carribean, that is why he named them West Indies (and the native people Indians). He thought that Cuba was China. Later he explo…red the coasts of Central America. ( Full Answer )
He got it because he would make money and he thought he would be a hero
Christopher Columbus NEVER set foot in India. He believed that he could sail the Atlantic Ocean to East Asia to find a trade route to India because trade through Turkey (Ottoman Empire) was difficult and expensive for western European countries. King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain financed hi…s trip. However instead of landing in India he came ashore in "The New World," the American Continents. He mistakenly called the natives of the island he landed on "indians" because he assumed he was in Asia/Inda. ( Full Answer )
Like all the other explorers of the 16th century Columbus was searching for India and the "New World".
Columbus discovered the Caribbean islands. This resulted in moreexpeditions by himself and others who traveled further to discovermainland America. With those visits the sailors brought back exoticvegetables and fruit never seen in Europe or Asia before like thepotatoes, tomatoes, tobacco, rubber, b…eans, chocolate, maize andmore. ( Full Answer )
the 1490s. real year is 1492. remember it with this son: columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492
Christopher Columbus was an Italian explorer and navigator. He was looking for a route to India to help facilitate easier trading. He discovered America.
The trade routes from Europe east to China were difficult, dangerous, and costly. Columbus, knowing, as most educated Europeans did, that the world is round, wanted to open a route to China by sailing west. While trying to do that he landed in the Caribbean and began exploring what he thought were i…slands off the east coast of China. ( Full Answer )