Transcript: Christopher Columbus The king and queen of Spain paid him to find a new route to Asia. In 1492 Columbus sailed west. On the first voyage he landed in San Salvador. The Nina, the Pina, and the Santa Maria were his boats. The Tainos lived were Christopher landed. The Tainos made large canoes that can carry 30 people. You may know the word hurricane and hammock that came from them too. They grew cotton, tobaco, corn, yams, and pineapple. The Taino caught fish with spears. Columbus called these people INDIOS. Columbus bartered food, gifts, glass beads, and brass bells. After he got back the king and queen wanted him to go back and claim more land. On his second trip he took1500 people to start a new colony. After Columbus came and made a new colony. The Taino died because of disease and violence. He took these people to a island which Haiti and the Dominican Republic are located on. On his third trip he landed in South America. When Christopher Columbus died in 1506 he thought he still made it to the Indies. Haiti Columbus made four trips to the Caribbean. Dominican Republic Christopher Columbus was born in Italy.
Transcript: Christopher Columbus an amazing Explorer worked for his dad as a weaver loved sailing Born in Italy born in 1451 died on May 20, 1506 3 ships full from Italy wanted money and a better way to Asia Sponsored by the King and Queen of Spain sailed for Spain Columbus used 3 ships the Santa Maria, the Nina, and the Pinta. Columbus' course All of columbus' crew were expirienced sailors stopped at the Canary Islands On Christmas Eve the Santa Maria hit a coral reef then sank on Christmas America ahoy Columbus finally landed at the Bahamas Columbus met many Indians Columbus traded with the Indians Columbus kidnapped some Indians Columbus the searched for gold Columbus finally made it home on March 15 Famous for now Columbus Brought many items from Spain to America and vise versa Columbus started many travles to America Columbus found America Amazing Extras Columbus travled to Africa alot Columbus was attacked by the french off the coast of Portugal Columbus' real name is Cristophoro Columbo Columbus' journey was rejected 4 times Columbus left 40 people in America has 2 sons now you Know all about Christopher Columbus The end obedient child
Transcript: Christopher Columbus Birthday: Unknown, but before 1451 Deathday: May 20, 1506, in present day Spain Columbus was born in Genoa, or modern day Italy. He was an explorer and navigator Columbus lived and sailed in Portugal for a few years. While he was there he learned many new sailing skills. Columbus wanted to find a fast way to Asia. In 1480 Columbus wanted to go on his own expedition. He asked King John(Portugal's king) for the funds but King John refused. After being denied by King John, he sailed to Spain and asked Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand to pay for his voyage. Columbus was denied many times. 7 years later, as Columbus was about to give up, Queen Isabella said she would fund his voyage. They did not know that the Americas were they, so when the Queen granted Columbus' request they thought he would end up in Asia. On August 3, 1492, Columbus left Spain with 3 ships: the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria. More then 2 months after Columbus left Spain, he arrived in the Bahamas. Columbus was not the first explorer to reach the Americas. Leif Erikson was there approximately 500 years before Columbus. Columbus had the first lasting contact with America though. Columbus thought he had landed in India, so he named the natives Indians. The End Nick, Devin, and Paul
Transcript: Background information: Christopher Columbus was an explorer and navigator who was born in 1451 in the republic of Genoa, Italy. The first time Christopher Columbus went to sea was when he was a teenager. This trip almost cost him his life because he was attacked by French privateers off the coast of Portugal. His ship was burnt down and he was forced to swim to the coast of portugal. In Portugal he settled down with his wife Felipa Perestrello. In 1480 they had a son named Diego. Soon after Felipa Perestrello died and Columbus moved to Spain. In Spain he had a son named Fernando with Beatriz Enriquez de Arana in 1488. First voyage to the new world: Christopher Columbus was rejected several times for his idea of a three ship "voyage of discovery" where he went westward to find a different way of getting to Japan. He was financed in 1492 by the Spanish Monarchy of Isabella of Castille and Ferdinand of Aragon. In the August of 1492 he set sail in the Santa Maria with the Pinta and Nina along side. 36 days past and he and his crew reached the present day Bahamas and claimed them for Spain. Their journy also reached cuba and hispaniola. He set sail for home with the two other ships besides the Santa Maria because it was wrecked and it was salvaged to make the settlement Villa de la Navidad (Christmas town). Queen Isabella made him the ruler of the lands he discovered. She was very pleased with his discoveries. A lot of people were excited to go with Columbus on his next trip. They were hoping to find gold and riches. The next year (1493) he set sail with a crew of 1500 men and 17 ships. His exploration lead him to other islands, to Honduras, the coast of Florida, Venezuela and Panama. Columbus and his crew did not find a lot of gold while out there and some of the crew said that Columbus was a cruel leader. This got him put into jail back in Spain. Queen Isabella later set him free however. He went back to Hispaniola to live. He was wealthy but not in the best health. He passed away in 1506. Everyone remembered him as the man who discovered the Americas. He eventually settled down in Portugal and married Felipa Perestrello. They had a son in 1480 named Diego. Felipa Perestrello died not long after. Christopher moved to spain soon after. He had another son with Beatriz Enriquez de Arana in 1488. Facts about Christopher Columbus: by Matthew, Edward, and Brandon
Transcript: BIRTHPLACE MAJOR EVENTS IMPORTANCE -1479 Married a noblewoman called Felipa Perestrello Moniz -1480 Had a kid named Diego Colon -1492 King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain agree to provide money and ships for Christopher -1494 March 5 He returns with news of the New World -1506 May 20 He dies at the spanish court at Valladolid Renaissance JESUS M RIVERA/ CODY McLAUGHLIN 1451- MAY 20, 1506 CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS Christopher Columbus discovered America While others struggled to bring people to America, he succeded to bring people to a "New World" Genoa, Italy
Transcript: Christopher Columbus Columbus Day is a observance honoring Christopher Columbus's first voyage to the Americas in 1492. The holiday is observed in the United States by banks, the post office and most governments and schools, while most businesses remain open. Christopher Columbus (1451-1506) was an Italian explorer who sailed across the Atlantic Ocean in 1492, hoping to find a route to India (in order to trade for spices). He made a total of four trips to the Caribbean and South America during the years 1492-1504. Columbus Day first became an official state holiday in Colorado in 1906, and became a federal holiday in 1937. However, people have celebrated Columbus's voyage since the colonial period. Columbus Day is a U.S. holiday that commemorates the landing of Christopher Columbus in the New World on October 12, 1492. It was unofficially celebrated in a number of cities and states as early as the 18th century but did not become a federal holiday until the 1937 In the context of emerging western imperialism and economic competition between European kingdoms seeking wealth through the establishment of trade routes and colonies, Columbus' far-fetched proposal to reach the East Indies by sailing westward received the support of the Spanish crown, which saw in it a promise, however remote, of gaining the upper hand over rival powers in the contest for the lucrative spice trade with Asia. Though Columbus was not the first European explorer to reach the Americas (having been preceded by the Norse expedition led by Leif Ericson), Columbus' voyages led to the first lasting European contact with America, inaugurating a period of European exploration and colonization of foreign lands that lasted for several centuries. canadians do not celebrate columbus day. columbus day is celebrated in other countries. not jsut the united states. During his first voyage in 1492, instead of reaching Japan as he had intended, Columbus landed in the Bahamas archipelago, at a locale he named San Salvador. Over the course of three more voyages, Columbus visited the Greater and Lesser Antilles, as well as the Caribbean coast of Venezuela and Central America, claiming them for the Spanish Empire.
Transcript: After his startling surprise, Christopher headed west for the hope of better luck. In 1498, Christopher sailed west again for the third time where he visited Trinidad and South America before returning once again to the ill fated Hispaniola Islands. Christopher Columbus was born in Genoa in about 1451. On October 12, 1492 Christopher Columbus and his crew reached the Bahamian Islands after setting sale in three ships on August 3, 1492. Christopher's main goals was to find spices, precious stones, gold and silver. About six months after that in September 1493 Christopher and his crew returned to the Americas where he found the Hispaniola settlement destroyed. To this day, no one knows who or where the person is that done it. After returning empty handed, Christopher died in 1506. Christopher Columbus By: Jeremy Dixon & Miguel Villarruel The name of the three ships was the Nina, Pinta and the Santa Maria. http://www.history.com/topics/christopher-columbus In 1502 Christopher was cleared of some significant charges. Then he begged for the Spanish King to pay for another trip across the Atlantic. Which he did and Christopher ended up being forced to abandon two ships due to hostile natives after reaching The Pacific Ocean. This was after first reaching Panama. Christopher Columbus had a main goal to find a direct water route between Europe and Asia during the years of 1492 and 1502. However, Christopher never did find what he was looking for, instead, he found the Americas which he thought was the new world. But it wasn't. Christopher Columbus was not the first person to theorize that you could reach Asia by sailing west.
Transcript: Christopher Columbus (1451-1465) Columbus is born in Genoa, the son of a prosperous wool merchant and weaver. By the age of 14, he takes to the sea. (1476) Columbus swims ashore after his ship is sunk in a battle with pirates off Portugal. He joins his brother Bartholomew, a cartographer, in Lisbon. (1477-1484) As a master mariner, Columbus makes merchant voyages as far as Iceland and Guinea. Columbus marries Felipa Perestrella e Moniz, daughter of a Portuguese nobleman. They settle on the island of Porto, near Madiera. (1479) 1480 Eldest son Diego is born. 1484 Columbus conceives of "The Enterprise of the Indies," but fails to convince King John II of Portugal to back the plan. Wife Felipa dies. 1485 Columbus moves to Spain, settling at Palos in Andalusia. 1488 Second son Fernando is born out of wedlock, to Beatriz Enriquez de Harana.
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