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Pizzaro

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Kelli Lynn

on 23 April 2010

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Transcript of Pizzaro

Fransisco Pizzaro
he was a spanish conquistador who traveled
along the coast of peru through the pacific ocean
he was the first man to discover the Inca. After he found the Inca he stole
goods such as gold and silver
then conquered his half brother
and his family in the Civil War. Fransisco's father was captian of the
royal army. Also his parents never married, and
Pizzaro never attened school. Around 1541 followers of Alimagro, who was killed by
Pizzaro's half brother, came and assasinated Pizzaro Pizzaro was born in Trujillo Spain in 1478
and was killed in 1541 We remember Pizzaro because he discovered the Inca,
he journeyed to Peru and conqured their
great civilization
Source www.infoplease.com/ce6/people/A0839247.html
www.pbs.org/conquistadors/Pizarro/Pizaro_flat.html Pizarro and the Conquest of Peru: Cecil Howard,
Horizon Magazine,American Heritage Publishing www.enchantedlearning.org/explorers/gifts/Pizarromap.gif www.verginiawestern.edu/faculty/vwhansd/HIS111/images/Pizarro.jpg images.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://comps.fotoserch.com/comp/UNN
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