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The first voyage of Columbus

Robert Bassam

The first voyage of Columbus

wherein he discovered America

by Robert Bassam

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Published by Printed and sold by R. Bassam, no. 53 St. John"s Street, West Smithfield in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Discovery and exploration,
  • Spanish

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSecond voyage of Columbus to America, Third and fourth voyages of Columbus to America
    Statementfaithfully translated from the Spanish
    ContributionsPatteson, Robert, former owner, Patteson, Elizabeth, former owner
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE118 .C7813
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25608171M
    OCLC/WorldCa18234650

    The History of the Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Etc - Ebook written by Christopher Columbus. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The History of the Voyages of Christopher Columbus. The Last Voyage of Columbus: Being the Epic Tale of the Great Captain's Fourth Expedition, Including Accounts of Sword fight, Mutiny, Shipwreck, Gold, War, Hurricane and Discovery (also referred to as The Last Voyage of Columbus,) is a non-fiction book, authored by Martin Dugard and published in by Little, Brown and Company. The plot is a lifelong account of explorer Christopher Columbus.

    Journal of Christopher Columbus (During his First Voyage, –93) - by Christopher Columbus July Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Journal of Christopher Columbus (During his First Voyage, –93)Cited by: 2. Columbus's letter on the first voyage is the first known document announcing the results of the first voyage of Christopher Columbus that set out in and reached the letter was ostensibly written by Columbus himself, on Febru , aboard the caravel Niña, while still at sea, on the return leg of his voyage. A post-script was added upon his arrival in Lisbon on March 4.

    Excerpts from the log of Christopher Columbus's first voyage; The Letter of Columbus to Luis de Sant Angel Announcing His Discovery; Columbus Monuments Pages (overview of monuments for Columbus all over the world) "But for Columbus There Would Be No America", Tiziano Thomas Dossena, , ; Smith, Walter George ().   The full name of Columbus’ flagship on the first voyage was Santa Maria de la Inmaculada Concepción (Holy Mary of the Immaculate Conception). During the return of the first voyage, when the ships were in danger of sinking, Columbus and his men vowed a pilgrimage to the first Marian church they came to, which they fulfilled in the Azores two.


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If the first voyage illustrates the rewards of exploration, this book shows how the subsequent voyages illustrate the costs - political, moral, and economic.

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The Diario of Christopher Columbus's First Voyage to America, – (Volume 70) (American Exploration and Travel Series) Christopher Columbus. out of 5 stars Paperback. $ The Journal of His First Voyage to America (Classic Reprint) Christopher Columbus. Cited by: 1. The explorer Christopher Columbus made four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean from Spain: in, and His most famous was his first voyage.

How was the first voyage of Columbus to the New World undertaken, and what was its legacy. Having convinced the King and Queen of Spain to finance his voyage, Christopher Columbus departed mainland Spain on August 3, He quickly made port in the Canary Islands for a final restocking and left there on September 6.

The first voyage. The ships for the first voyage—the Niña, Pinta, and Santa María—were fitted out at Palos, on the Tinto River in Spain. Consortia put together by a royal treasury official and composed mainly of Genoese and Florentine bankers in Sevilla (Seville) provided at least 1, maravedis to outfit the expedition, and Columbus supplied more than a third of the sum contributed.

: The Diario of Christopher Columbus's First Voyage to America, – (Volume 70) (American Exploration and Travel Series) (): Columbus, Christopher, Dunn, Oliver, Kelley Jr., James E.: BooksCited by: THE GREAT VOYAGE.

The Squadron Sails--Refits at Canary Islands--Hopes and Fears of the Voyage --The Doubts of the Crew-- Land Discovered CHAPTER IV. The Landing on the Twelfth of October --The Natives and their Neighbors --Search for Gold--Cuba Discovered Columbus Coasts Along its Shores CHAPTER V.

Triumphant in that they express the the ability of man to face and conquer the most adverse conditions of body and spirit.

This book is a very impressive history of the four voyages of Columbus. Who knew such a story existed. Our school history books only drilled into us the story of the first by: 1. In Search of Columbus: The Sources for the First Voyage, is a discussion of the problems of the sources: the quality of the surviving secondary sources, the quality and editorial decisions made by authors of derivative works, and translation of obsolete Spanish navigational terms.

This book is of interest to by: The Last Voyage of Columbus In his book, Martin Dugard uses dramatic detail and imagery to attract the readers attention.

At times it feels as though the book is even fiction, but the selected bibliography in the end, defend with certainty this books authenticity. FIRST VOYAGE: –3 General and Natural History of the Indies by Captain Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo, Bk.

II, Chaps. 2–4 Digest of Columbus’s Log-Book on his First Voyage Made by Bartolome de las Casas The Life of the Admiral by his Son, Hernando Colon, Chaps. 27– Early career and preparation for the first voyage Little is known of Columbus’s early life.

The vast majority of scholars, citing Columbus’s testament of and archival documents from Genoa and Savona, believe that he was born in Genoa to a Christian household; however, it has been claimed that he was a converted Jew or that he was born.

Christopher Columbus is a case study in the whitewashing of history as detailed in James W. Loewen’s “Lies My Teacher Told Me”, reflecting how the singular perspective of CC’s maiden voyage to the Americas serves to reinforce a story of American h.

[14] The Diario of Columbus’s First Voyage to America, Oliver Dunn and James Kelly, trans. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ), [15] Robert Fulson, The Log of Christopher Columbus (Camden, ME: International Marine Publishing, ), Content The Last Voyage of Columbus: Being the Epic Tale of the Great Captain's Fourth Expedition, Including Accounts of Swordfight, Mutiny, Shipwreck, Gold, War, Hurricane, and Discovery by Martin Dugard is a non-fiction book about Columbus's final voyage to the land known then as the “New World,” now considered North America.

The book follows Columbus on his final adventure across the. Both are members of the Society for the History of Discoveries and have written extensively on the history of navigation and on Columbus's first voyage, Although they remain unconvinced of its conclusions, both were consultants to the National geographic Society's effort to establish Samana Cay as the site of Columbus's first : University of Oklahoma Press.

The publications of the Hakluyt Society (founded in ) made available edited (and sometimes translated) early accounts of exploration. The first series, which ran from toconsists of books containing published or previously unpublished works by authors from Christopher Columbus to Sir Francis Drake, and covering voyages to the New World, to China and Japan, to Russia and to Reviews: 1.

Wonderfully well written book of all four of Columbus' voyages filled with nitty-gritty details from firsthand accounts. It took Columbus 33 days to make the first voyage from Canary Islands to the Americas, and forever the new and old worlds would be inexorably intertwined/5. A summary of Columbus's log of the voyage can be found here.

The transatlantic track of Columbus's first voyage, drawn on an isogonic chart showing compass declination during according to the CALS3K magnetic model of Korte & Constable Negative numbers indicate westerly declination in degrees, while positive numbers are easterly.

Martin Dugard talked about his book [The Last Voyage of Columbus: Being the Epic Tale of the Great Captain's Fourth Expedition, Including Accounts. The Last Voyage of Columbus, by Martin Dugard is a historical nonfiction book that discussed Christopher colobuses’ journey as an explorer.

From his time in Hispaniola, to his forth and final voyage throughout the Caribbean which ended only 2 years prior to his death this book .Christopher Columbus - Christopher Columbus - The second and third voyages: The gold, parrots, spices, and human captives Columbus displayed for his sovereigns at Barcelona convinced all of the need for a rapid second voyage.

Columbus was now at the height of his popularity, and he led at least 17 ships out from Cádiz on Septem The journal of Christopher Columbus (during his first voyage, ) and documents relating to the voyages of John Cabot and Gaspar Corte Real [microform] by Columbus, Christopher, ca.

; Cabot, John, d. ?