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The name of the ship that Fransisco Pizarro commanded was the Piloto Mayor.
The above statement is completely inaccurate. Piloto Mayor was the main pilot or navigator of Pizarro ship, not the name of the ship. There are no legitimate documented counts of the ships' names.
He thought he had discovered part of the pacific ocean
Juan Ponce de Leon first came to Florida in 1513. In 1521 de Leon later returned to perform a permanent settlement. The Native Americans didn't like that idea so they declared war. Juan Ponce de Leon was injured in the leg forcing him to retreat to the nearby island of Cuba where he died from his injury.
Francisco Vasquez de Coronado did not have a ship. His expedition consisting of 300 Spanish soldiers and a thousand Indians set off from Mexico on foot or on horseback to explore the American southwest looking for the golden cities.
He is magnificent.
He is adventurous.
He is outstanding.
He is amazing.
did amelia earhart have kids
blue- i think everyone knows that! :) LOL. Just kidding- i didnt know until about a week ago.
Hernan Cortes met Montezuma
The primary goal of Hernando Cortez was to conquer the Aztec empire and obtain its wealth for Spain. He also aimed to spread Christianity and expand Spanish influence in the region.
David Livingstone, the Scottish explorer and missionary, is known for his explorations in Africa. It is likely that he entered a number of countries during his journeys, including South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Tanzania, and Mozambique. Livingstone extensively traveled throughout these regions, seeking to open up trade routes and spread Christianity.
They helped look for riches. And they took over the main civilizations so they could get places faster.
Some of the early explorers in Brazil were Pedro Álvares Cabral, who is credited with the discovery of Brazil in 1500, and Amerigo Vespucci, who explored the coast of Brazil in 1501. Other explorers include Pero Vaz de Caminha, who was the official chronicler of Cabral's expedition, and Fernão de Noronha, who established the first Portuguese settlement in Brazil in 1503.
"Roadworks by Explorers" is a platform where adventure seekers can discover new roads to explore. It provides information about ongoing roadworks across various regions and allows users to plan their trips accordingly. Users can also share their experiences and recommendations with fellow explorers to make their journeys more enjoyable and hassle-free.
Pizarro was in his early 30s when he started exploring. He was born around 1478 and began his expeditions in the early 1500s, particularly his first expedition to Tierra Firme (mainland South America) in 1509.
Alexander Mackenzie interacted with the natives by establishing diplomatic relationships and seeking their guidance and assistance during his expeditions. He relied on their knowledge of the land, survival skills, and navigation to help navigate through unfamiliar territories. Mackenzie also conducted trade with the indigenous populations, exchanging goods and establishing friendly relationships.
Robert La Salle was a French explorer who is known for claiming the Mississippi River and surrounding lands for France. He explored parts of present-day Canada, the Great Lakes region, and the Mississippi River, and is known for establishing forts and trade routes. In his explorations, he found new lands and territories, established trade connections with Native American tribes, and contributed to the French colonization of North America.
The 11th-century Norse explorer who established Vinland was Leif Erikson. He was the son of Erik the Red, the founder of the first Norse settlement in Greenland. Leif Erikson is considered to be the first known European to have set foot in North America.
Juan faced a problem of uncertainty and risk as he made this decision. He had to weigh the potential benefits and drawbacks of each option, considering factors such as cost, time, and potential outcomes. Juan had to navigate through limited information and make a choice that he believed would lead to the best outcome.
Giovanni da Verrazano discovered Sandy Hook in 1524.
The spanish explores cortes and pizarro defeated the Inca army.
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I don't know what the Spanish SPECIFICALLY brought to the Americas, but I think it's a mixture of these diseases (some of them might be from the French and Anglo-Americans too, so beware) : chicken pox, smallpox, measles, STD's, diphtheria, mumps, typhus, influenza, cholera, tuberculosis, whooping cough, and malaria.