Who were the first people besides the vikings arrive on the continent of north America?
The American Indians in north America have been occupying the continent the longest. Therefore, they were the first to arrive.
Who are belived to be the first people to arrive on the North America continent by ship from another land?
Vikings were the first people to arrive.
The Vikings were probably the first people to arrive on the continent. Christopher Columbus was the first European to land in America though he thought it was India. The Pilgrims were the first to settle there. and so was Melissa navarro
Vikings came to America approximately 1000 BC, (before Columbus) In the year 1002 or 1003.
I think they were the Vikings
The Vikings, from Scandinavia, were probably the first to arrive at North America by ship, but their discovery was not widely known in most of Europe. Christopher Columbus, an Italian, sailing for Spain, was the first to make his arrival known to all of Western Europe.
The first to arrive in North America were the Aboriginal people.
500 years before Columbus
In 1960 in Newfoundland, Canada archaeologist discovered evidence that the Vikings were in North America. It is believed that they arrived in North America in the early 1100's.
There is significant evidence that the Native Americans emigrated from Asia by using the Bering Land Bridge, which used to connect Asia to what is now Alaska. The first Europeans to arrive on the North American continent were the Vikings, sometime around the year 1,000 AD.
The first inhabitants of North America are believed to be from Asia. These peoples migrated south after leaving Asia and slowly inhabited the entire Western Hemisphere. Their descendants are the people group called Native Americans.
If you sail west you might reach Japan or China.
The first americans? During the Ice Age. The first to sail, were the Vikings. around 1000 AD
Americans came during the ice age. the first people to sail there, were Vikings, around 1000.
Yes. There is a Viking Settlement dating from about 1000 CE, about 500 Years before the Spanish Arrived in North America.
Africans first set foot in the continent of America during or round about the age of the Egyptian Dynasties. According to recent study, it was deduced that they embarked on commerce voyages to and fro the continent supplying the channels with salt and precious metals.
yes but they died at sea lol.........
Answer: the Native Americans were the first people in the Americas for thousands of years. The Vikings were the first Europeans to arrive in the New World, getting there as early as the 900s. Christopher Columbus didn't arrive until 1492. He is credited with "discovering America", but that is obviously not true.
No Washington was the first president in 1789. Explorers began arriving in North America in the 1400's except for the Vikings which were earlier, so they would be the first.
how did the earth worms arrive in north America
Supposedly the Vikings.
Norse settlers came to Newfoundland in the 10th century
They Didn't arrive in America. They were from Europe so they didn't go to America
the vikings arrived 100,000 years ago in the area that is now denmark. as early as 30 AD they lived in communities governed by chieftains.
Historians have proven that several hundred years before Columbus (1492) the Vikings came to the New World and before them it has been proven the Chinese also had ships arrive in North America.
To honor Amerigo Vespucci, a Florentine navigator who was in the employ of the Medici family, mapmaker (cartographer) Martin Wardseemuller labeled the newly recognized continent America because although Christopher Columbus was the first to arrive, Amerigo Vespucciwas the first to recognize it as a new continent.
around the 800's 900's
Vikings <---- :D :) P.S. check to see if the spelling is correct
In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue... ... No he left in 1492 he didn't get there for another year technically he didnt even land in America, he landed in the Bahamas. he traveled north until he reache cities that were already populaded with native Americans, monks, spanish and vikings.
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Most tourists arrive on ships because there is no other commercial service to and from the continent. Some scientists and temporary workers also arrive on ships, because their ships represent the reason they travel to the continent. These ships can be ice-breakers, cargo ships and so forth.
This is a disputed answer. Some say the first European explorers to reach America were the Vikings, with Leif Erickson being the first of them. However, the settlement he founded in about the year 1000 AD in what the vikings called Vinland, and was probably on the coast of modern Newfoundland, Canada, lasted only a short time and the Vikings did not follow-up with further exploration and settlement. Erikson's exploration and settlement had little effect… Read More
It is theorized that the first humans arrived on the continent during the last ice age, about 15,000 years ago. They would have crossed into Alaska by way of the Bering Land Bridge.
they did not arrive in the united states they arrive in north america. where they traded furs
People crossed over land after the ice age ( hundreds of thousands years ago), they moved from the Asias across the northern passages into North America and Mexico.
The Native Americans migrated to North America from Asia about 10,000 years ago over the land bridge that was once in the Bering Strait. Later, Vikings came to settle the land in the far North, and later the Europeans came to the area following the expedition of Christopher Columbus in 1492.
it arrived in America in 1619.
if i recall corectly, he didn't arrive in Canada, he arrived in America
No there was a less famous explorer that went there about 20 to 30 years before. Plus the vikings where there about 1000 to 1500 years before, there is also evidence of Celts being in the Midwest. Answer: Even if only Europeans count (since there were people on shore watching him arrive) the answer is still no. Vikings, Chinese, Phoenicians and potentially Basques beat Columbus to North America.
well the godfather wanted to make pizza in america
Most people believe that they were the many explores who came to make their countries rich or find a way to Asia. Although, they weren't even the first Europeans. The Vikings were the First Europeans. The first native Americans to cross the land bridge were the first people
They are Mexicans
He was born there.
They used ships from various European countries, usually taking anywhere from a few weeks to months to arrive. The very first European settlers (Vikings) took a route from Iceland -> Greenland -> Newfoundland on longboats. Later arrivals primarily took a northern route, passing south of Newfoundland, from Britain or France to arrive at New England or New France. In other places, Spain took a southerly route from the Canary Islands to the Caribbean. In Alaska… Read More
the pilgrims arrived in America on march 6, 1621
he arrived in south america on the 18th of February 1519
All tourists arrive on the Antarctic continent and its sub-islands by boat. Only expeditions that pay for air transit fly to the continent.