As a child, Juan started accompanying his father in the raids against the Indians. Juan also led many campaigns at his own cost. When Juan was just twenty years old, he started defending and expanding Spanish settlements in the northern part of Mexico by conquering the Indian communities. Although Juan was born in New Spain, he never set his foot on the European land. Juan was a true Spaniard who devoted his life to the church, the king and the expansion of his empire.
Jacques Cartier was a French navigator who was sponsored by King Francis I to go to America to find riches. He was most known for exploring the St. Lawrence River and naming, what today is called Canada. April 20, 1534 I set sail today, King Francis is sending me to the new world to find riches, like gold. He is also sending me to find spices and a new passage to Asia. I have two ships and 60 or so men with me.
Hernando De Alarcon Hernando De Alcorcon was a spanish navigator of the 16th century. He was born in Trujillo Extremadura. Alarcón 's mission was to provide supplies for Francisco Coronado 's expedition in search of the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola. They became first non-Indians to sight Alta California on September 5, 1540. His family hoped he would become a lawyer, but he told his father he would rather explore the West Indies.In 1540, Hernando de Alarcón was given command of three ships to carry supplies to Francisco Vásquez de Coronado 's expedition.
Known for: Conquered the Inca empire in peru in 1833. When Pizarro was a soldier he served in the 1513 expedition of Vasco Núñez de Balboa which is when discovered the Pacific Ocean. Being greedy and wanting more fortune and discovered he decided to make a partnership with Diego de Almagro. The new partners traveled to Peru in 1526 and returned to get permission from Spain to claim that land for Spain. In 1531 that next fall Pizarro entered the city of Cajamarca and took the Inca leader Atahualpa hostage, Atahualpa then was killed in 1533.
My first experience at the Carolina Country Music Fest was extraordinary. It all started Friday after my friends and I unpacked our stuff at the hotel. After we brief catching up we departed to the Carolina Country Music Fest. During the walk our anticipation grew; Keith Urban was going to plan in less than an hour! As we arrived to the venue, our wrist bands were scanned and we rushed to the stage.
In 1855, after hearing about the Mariposa Battalion’s expedition of Yosemite Valley, a man named James Hutchings hired two Native American guides to take him to this magnificent place. Upon his return, he published his experience in newspapers as a “luxurious scenic banqueting”. He began to publish the Hutchings’ California Magazine and became the most reliable voice in regards to Yosemite. The issues of his magazine, which comprised of a total of 60 issues, helped to make Yosemite extremely famous. Hutchings and his wife obtained the Upper Hotel in Yosemite, which he had visited on one of his travels, and renamed it the Hutchings House.
The boat is finished, our supplies are packed, and we are ready for the flood. Father has made sure that we have planned for anything that could possibly go wrong. We finished the boat one week ago, but we weren’t sure how long it would take for the rains to start. But then, two days after we finished the boat, the animals started to arrive. There were some that I recognized, like the two sheep, the two camels,
I knew that it was going to be a very long day. And I would have to work as hard as I could to make it through. After we woke up early and received our boat assignments we started packing up, and then left early. We had about an hour paddle until we reached the first portage. The first one was a one kilometer.
In the mid 1480’s Christopher focused on his plans of discovery and exploring. His biggest dream was to find a westward route to Asia. In 1484 he had asked king John the II of Portugal to back his voyage west, but was refused. The next year he set out to Spain
Leaving Volksheim, Germany in the spring of 1837, Jacob Bretz and his wife Barbara along with their five sons and nephew began a journey to the United States. Boarding a French clipper ship, the Bretz family was about ready to undertake a huge and stormy adventure. (Emmert 419) Eventually, over the span of 75 days, the family arrived in New York City (Weber and Sonderman 2). The family’s stay in the Big Apple did not last very long, as they decided moved to Pittsburgh. The Bretz’s next excursion consisted of riding on a flatboat down the Ohio River until they finally reached the town of Troy, Indiana.
I did want to go to Central America however, David asked me to please come in January because Dec is a very busy month for him. ( budgets ) Therefore, I decided to wait I think it is very important that David travel the market with me and developing a plan together on the business moving forward. I am going to Peru, I am visiting the stores outside of lima , meeting with ops reviewing DM Approach 2.0 , the big bets and playbook as it is lives in the stores.. I have three trips Q1
Lewis also bought samples of animals and plants he came across with. Lewis and Clark along with the rest of the group started their expedition journey at St. Louis, Missouri in May 1804. Lewis and his group found many Native people while they continued their journey westward. The Mandans were the one’s who provided the group with supplies for the first winter they were going through. When they continued their journey two more members joined the expedition, Sacagawea and
On page 8 of “Columbus Debunking of a Legacy” Cristopher Columbus was born in Genoa Italy in 1451. On this year Columbus was on his first voyage it almost cost him his life. This voyage happened when he was about 15 years of age in 1476. (pg10) Before Columbus could go on to his first voyager he had to convince the king and queen of Italy where he was going to go. Now the reason