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Transcript of John Cabot
John Cabot was born in Genoa , Italy
He was born in the year of 1450
John Cabot died out at sea
He died in the year 1498
Father- Guilo Caboto
Spouse - Mattea Cabot
1st son - Sebastian Cabot
2nd son - Ludovico Cabot
3rd son - Sancius Cabot
Only brother- Piero Caboto
In early May of 1497, John left Bristol, England, on the
, a fast ship weighing 50 tons, with a crew of eighteen men.
On June 24th, 1497, 50 days into the voyage, Cabot landed on the east coast of North America.
Some historians believed Cabot landed at Cape Breton Islan or Mainland Nova Scotia.
Others believed he may have landed at Newfoundland, Labrador or even Maine.
How Jhon Cabot was able to go on his voyage
He was able to go his expidition by King Henry the 7th gave him permission
He also gave him a crew of eighteen sailors
He gave him a ship named Matthew
Records indicate that he got into financial trouble and left Venice as a debtor in November 1488.
Italian sailor and explorer John Cabot was born Giovanni Caboto around 1450.
Cabot was the son of a spice merchant
His family moved when he was 11 to Venice
Why he wanted to go on his 1st voyage
Well he always wanted to be a sailor /an exploring
Also his father let him choose what he wanted to do with his life
Why he wanted to go on his very first voyage
Where John went for his first voyage
He went to Newfoundland
He also went to Labrador
John Cabot's occupation
In 1998 John Cabot's final voyage ended in a mystery
He was an explorer his ship that he took records wre not complete
Instead of going to an actual school learning writing ,reading and math
John Cabot Learned sailing and learned navigation for his education
Impacts on the world after John Cabot 1st voyage
He helped established a new world
People learned English