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Magellan

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Magellan and Trade Routes
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Magellan
The great explorer
Magellan
In those days, there was no such thing as radio or GPS devices. There were no lights except candles and lanterns. And the ships had no source of power except for wind and rowing. In the dark, the ships communicated with each other by torchlight. If ships were in trouble, sailors fired a cannon. None of the ships had accurate maps or clocks. And they had no way to tell what weather was coming. So the sailors were unable to prepare for the fierce storms that struck the ships. With no refrigeration, food could spoil quickly. Much of their food was preserved with salt. They ate a lot of pork, sardines, dried fish, and hard biscuits.
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facts

1)A penguin was named after Magellan!

2)Magellan named the Pacific ocean.

3)There is a monument of Ferdinand Magellan
in Punta Arenas in Chile.



About Magellan's map

Magellan was the first European to sail south of the Americas and to cross the Pacific Ocean. Magellan wanted to trade spices but one of the ships crashed and Magellan was unhappy.
Once again they tried to sail across the ocean and trade.It took 13 months to travel to where he wanted to get.



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Magellan was born in Portugal in 1480. He is the son of Rodrigo de` Magalhaes.
Magellan's Trade Route Map
(n.d.). In http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=243990. Retrieved February 2, 2014, from http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=243990
Ferdinan Megallen (2009, December 2). In Retrieved February 25, 2014
As a young man he serverd the Portugal army.Magellan’s expedition of 1519-1522 became the first epedition to sail from the Atlantic Ocean into the Pacific Ocean.
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Crew
The left the harbor with 270 men from different nations. Magellan brother in law was also on board and Magellan also had indenture servant on board. They all left on five ships but the did not all make it make.

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