early explorers 1 Hernando de Soto is from Barcarolle, spain. Hernando de Soto started at 1539 that he set out for north america. 2 Hernando de Soto landed on west indies as a young man and he makes a fortune in the central american slave trade. Hernando de soto landed on Spain. Hernando de soto landed in mississippi river, Built float boats.
The Pizarros and Almagro went their separate ways for a time, each working on building up their cities with citizens and government systems. Soon enough, Almagro was declared the governor of Cuzco, but not before King Charles I of Spain asked him to lead an expedition down to Chile in search of
He maintained an itinerant government between the different states, pursued by the federal army and with minimal resources. He had to flee to Guanajuato, where he was officially named president, he tried to organize his government by appointing his cabinet. From Guanajuato, interim president Benito Juarez sent his first manifesto to the nation on January 19, 1858, in which he called on the Mexican people to join their cause. Finally, forced by the circumstances of the war left with direction to Guadalajara on February 13 of the same year. Shortly thereafter, to save himself he had to embark along with his cabinet and other people to Panama, crossed the Atlantic Ocean to travel to Havana and then to New Orleans where he arrived on April
Álvar Núñez Cabeza De Vaca Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca was a spanish explorer from the New World and was an early explorer and first historian of Texas who was born in Jeréz de la Frontera, Spain in 1490 and died in 1559 in his early career he was in the military. In 1527 he was part of an expedition led by Panfilo de Narváez in an attempt to claim the territory from Florida to Mexico for Spain that reached what is now Tampa Bay, Florida, they set out with around 600 men and set out in June in 1528 and only four people survived and Cabeza De Vaca was one of them. Cabeza de vaca traveled for eight years across the southeast US he became a faith healer to some Native Americans as well as a trader. His name means ‘’cow head’’ in spanish
By 1570, the main country that conquered land in the New World was Spain (“Introduction to the Spanish Viceroyalties”). Spain established two viceroyalties in the New World before 1570: the Viceroyalty of New Spain and the Viceroyalty of Peru (“Introduction to the Spanish Viceroyalties”). The Viceroyalty of New Spain was established first and was located in the central and southern parts of the modern-day United States, all of modern-day Mexico, and the Philippines (“Viceroyalty of New Spain”). The Viceroyalty of Peru was not founded until eight years later and was located in South America (“Viceroyalty of Peru”). These two viceroyalties helped Spain become connected to the New
Ponce de Leon was one of the first Spanish explorers in North America. He was the Governor of Puerto Rico and he came to explore Florida. Stories say that he was looking for the Fountain of Youth that Indians had told him about, but really he was capturing Indians to use as slaves. He named the area Florida from the Spanish words for the Easter season, “Pascua florida.” He also tried to establish a colony in North America, but was attacked by Indians and wounded. He went back to Puerto Rico and died there.
August as an historic figure was general from New Spain which is now modern day Mexico. “Agustín de Iturbide, was a military man and a Creole born in Valladolid.” August de Iturbide was able to bring independence to Mexico from Spain “Iturbide succeeded in uniting Spanish royalists, conservative Mexirchists, and republicans of various stripes in favor of independence” so he was able to unite the people in order to achieve independence. He was originally a principal royalist general, he would go on and end up turning against the Spanish government. “In 1821, after a decade of sporadic warfare, Mexico achieved independence with relative ease”. Iturbide was an overnight hero who would leverage that and gain leadership of the country.
Once they tried to enter the Straits out of the three ships only the flagship, Pelican made it to the Pacific, the Marigold disappeared and the Elizabeth with John Wynter, the other commander, returned to England where he was tried and sentenced to jail for mutiny. After making it through the straights Drake sailed up the coast raiding the spanish ports. In 1580 he made it back to Plymouth after sailing across the pacific and around africa. He became the second person to circumnavigate the globe, and the first Englishman to do so. On April 4, 1582 Queen Elizabeth knighted Drake aboard Golden Hind, Drake’s renamed
Columbus took native slaves of his own when he sailed west to continue his search for gold and treasures. During Columbus’s third trek he returned to the settlement in Hispaniola to find that the colonist had revolted against the atrocity of the leaders, and Spanish authorities to send a new governor to take over. Columbus
He crossed the Atlantic and made landfall on an island he named San Salvador which was part of the Americas. Columbus had in fact discovered a new uncharted world on the other side of the Atlantic. He continued his search for gold for 96 days in the Americas, thinking he had landed in islands off the Asian coast. When he returned to Spain he was commissioned to do several more voyages and built
The inhabitants such as Pueblo in majority, Navajo and Apache settled in a village along Rio Grande river. Meanwhile, Pueblo in New Mexico aren’t solely improving themselves, in 1540, the first European who arrived New Mexico is Spanish conquistador under command of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado. Initially, the conquistador Francisco Vasquez de Coronado was bearing the expedition of Seven Cities of Gold, but they failed the expedition. Last, they must have their hands full while back to his home country.Therefore, they claimed New Mexico for Spain. Soon, Spain officially
where it crosses Bowie 's Mill Road (Turnertown Road), nine miles northwest of Franklin, Logan County (now Simpson County), Kentucky, probably on April 10, 1796. He was the son of Reason (or Rezin) and Elve Ap-Catesby Jones (or Johns) Bowie. In 1794 Reason Bowie had moved his family from Tennessee to Logan County, where he farmed and operated a gristmill with the help of eight slaves. In February 1800 he moved to Madrid, in what is now Missouri. On May 2, 1801, at Rapides, Louisiana, Reason Bowie and his brothers David, Rhesa, and John swore allegiance to the Spanish government.
When released, he re-entered politics and by 1820 represented Yucatan in the Spanish Cortes in Madrid. However, he returned in 1821 when Mexico gained independence from Spain. In the newly established Republic of Mexico, de Zavala served in the Mexican Constituent Congress and then the Mexican Senate from 1822 until 1826. He was then elected governor of the state of Mexico, just west of Mexico City. After serving in addition