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Why did Juan Ponce De Leon name Florida Pascua de Florida?


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Ponce De Leon named Florida because of the word "Easter" or in Spanish "Pascua de Florida"

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Florida was named by Juan Ponce de Leon, who landed during 'Pascua Florida'. Spanish for "Flowery Easter," referring to the Easter season.

Juan Ponce de Leon discovered Florida, or as he called it 'La Florida', on April 2, 1513.

Juan Ponce de Leon found gold in Florida.

La Florida was named by Juan Ponce de Leon on 2 April 1513.

Juan Ponce Leon discovered Florida.

Ponce de leon (Juan Ponce De Leon) sailed from Spain and sailed to Florida!

Juan Ponce de Leon started his journey to Florida in 1513 , but went to colonize it in 1521.

Juan Ponce de Leon changed the worled by finding and naming Florida

Yes, Juan Ponce de Leon was the first European Explorer to discover Florida on April 2, 1513 so he named it. Historians believe he first named it "Pascua de Florida" meaning 'feast of flowers' or "La Florida" meaning 'flowery'.

Juan Ponce De Leon is important to Florida history because he discovered and explorer Florida. He was the first explorer to do so.

Juan Ponce de Leon named Florida on April 2, 1513 because it was a flowerd land.

Ponce De Leon went to Florida in 1513

Juan Ponce De Leon was trying to sail to Florida to find the Fountain of Youth

Juan Ponce de Leon discovered the state of Florida while looking for the fountain of youth.

Ponce de Leon led the first European exploration of Florida.

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Juan Ponce De Leon went to Florida to please his King and queen and to find gold, but he got shot in the chest with an arrow.

Ponce de Leon named Florida "Pascua de Florida" meaning "Feast of Flowers" but he claimed it for Spain.

Juan Ponce de Leon was a Spanish explorer and soldier who was the first European to set foot in Florida.

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