Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Museum Exhibit

No description
by

lib hist

on 25 September 2015

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Museum Exhibit

Museum Exhibit
By Alice Draper, Isabel Pliska, Carson Caso, and Thomas Kling
Places to Go
Technology
Francisco Pizarro
Bartolome de Las Casas
Jacques Cartier
Ferdinand Magellan
Leif Eriksson
Prince Henry
Christoper Columbus
Explorers
Francisco Pizarro
conquistador
heard rumors of the Inca cities in the Andes of South America
Pizarro had fewer than 400 men in his army, and weapons
Incas has no weapons but more men
Pizarro and his men captured and killed Inca leaders
By the year 1534 Pizarro and native american allies controlled the entire Inca empire
Bartolome de Las Casas
priest
said Spanish should try to convert Native Americans to Christianity by love, gentleness, and kindness
Spanish monarchs agreed but didn't always follow new laws
Jacques Cartier
French sailor, led Frances nest major exploration to north America
Sailed into Saint Lawrence River and traveled all the way into present-day Montreal, claiming the land as France.
Ferdinand Magellan
Portuguese navigator
Set out with Spanish fleet to sail sown the east coast of South America
Sailed around the south tip of the continent and into the Pacific
Killed by natives in battle
lost 3 ships but crew continued and became the first to circumnavigate
Leif Eriksson
In the year 1000 he set out to Greenland from West Norway, but winds blew him off course and ended up in North America
Eriksson and his crew landed on Labrador in present day Canada
He sailed farther south to present day New England
Eriksson settled on the coastal area he called Vinland, but soon left after several attacks
Vikings returned to North America
Prince Henry
responsible for advances that made explorations more successful
built an observatory,founded a navigation school, and financed research for mapmakers and shipbuilders
Paid for expeditions to explore the West Coast of Africa
Christopher Columbus
Believed he found a new route to Asia, but landed on the Bahamas
Thought he reached a new continent named "San Salvador" , but reached America
Discovered new plants,animals, and spices
Exploration created a conflict between European countries, fighting over land
Changed the way Europeans thought of the world
Americas
Who: Leif Eriksson
Why:
loved adventure
sailed from west Norway to Greenland when strong winds blew his ship off coarse and carried his ship to the North American Coast
Who: Christoper Columbus
Why:
tried to find a new route to Asia by sailing west across the Atlantic ocean
Who: Ferdinand Magellan
Why:
Sailed around South America, then around the world
Astrolabe
Enabled navigators to learn ships locations by charting there positions of the stars
Made it possible to travel seas without landmarks to guide ships
Caravels
New ship that used triangular sails, unlike traditional square sails
Allowed ships to sail against the wind
By placing rudders at the back of the ship, steering was improved
Printing Press
Machine that produces printed copies
Mainly used in typing/printing bibles
Who: Jacques Cartier
Why:
major expedition to North America
traveled all the way into present day Montreal and claimed land for France
Asia
Who: Marco Polo
Why:
Went in search of father and uncle
wrote a book about his travels which inspired others
Africa
Who: Bartolomew Dias
Why:
Led expedition from Portugal southward along african coast
storm blew ships to southern tip of Africa )cape of good hope)
went back to portugal due to lack of supplies
Who: Vasco de Gama
Why:
King Manuel of Portugal sent Vasco De Gama on Expedition around Coast of good hope July 1497
arrived in India next year
India
Who: Vaso De Gama
Why:
King Manuel of Portugal sent him on expedition around Cape of Good Hope July 1497
arrived in India the next year

The Magnetic Compass
was another advancement and it was used to know your directions.
North, South, East, and West.
Navigators used this to know what direction they were going so they wouldn't get lost.
The Rounded Hull
the smooth rounded hull used to handle high seas.
Full transcript