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    The king and queen liked Columbus's plan because they wanted a share of the rich asian trade. There are reasons not to support Columbus. The first reason is a royal council has doubts about Columbus's calulations and advoised the king and queen not to finance him. The second reason is the spainsh monarchs were in the middle of a costly war to drive the muslims out of spain. The third reason is Columbus was asking for a high payment and the king and queen did not want to give him one.
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    The king and queen liked Columbus's plan because they wanted a share of the rich asian trade. There are reasons not to support Columbus. The first reason is a royal council has doubts about Columbus's calulations and advoised the king and queen not to finance him. The second reason is the spainsh monarchs were in the middle of a costly war to drive the muslims out of spain. The third reason is Columbus was asking for a high payment and the king and queen did not want to give him one.
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Wednesday, September 30

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    {christopher_columbus.jpg} Christopher Columbus - A Portuaguees sailor who found the U.S.A
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Monday, September 28

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    killed that night.night so they called it the Noche Triste. The Spanish and their allies regrouped. In may 1521, he went back to the capital and got helped a an invisible allie.The Aztecs were victim of the small pox which weakend them to fight. Cortes placed Tenochtitlan under seige for three months . When the Tenochtitlan fell
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    Amerigo Vespucci - An Italian sailor who discovered america was not asia.
    Vesco Nunes de Balboa-A man who led an expedition through the jungles of panama and reached the pacific ocean.
    Panama-A jungle
    Pacific Ocean-Ocean-A big body of water between asia and america.
    1513-Was when Vesco Nunez de balboa led an expidition through panama and reached the pacific ocean.
    Ferdinand Magellan-A portuguese sailor who proposed to reach asia by sailing west around south america.
    1519-Magellan set out from spain with five ships and about 240 men.
    1522-The one remaining ship arrived back in spain.And the sailors in magellans crew became the first people to ever sail around the world.

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    Treaty of Tordesillas- It gave portegul, Spain, and the british the right to the rest of Africa.
    Spain- The area of land claimed by the rulers of Spain.
    England- The area of land claimed by the rulers of England.
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    The area of land claimed by the rulers of France.
    Florida-One of the fifty states in the U.S.

    Huguenots- A group of french protestents.
    Fort Caroline- French colony founded in Florida.
    Pedro Menendez De Aviles- A Spanish commander of a fleet of warships.
    St. Augustine- A huge stone fort which is currently the oldest settlement in the U.S.
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  4. page An Expanding Horizon edited ... The three voyages promised to bring back the treasures to Spain. Spain rule's refused to give …
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    The three voyages promised to bring back the treasures to Spain. Spain rule's refused to give any more of there help. An 1506 he died an 1506 still had reached Asia and his time the geographic knowledge 1506. European ware to see if these comments to make them rich. Atlantic ocean become a bridge that connected Africa and American. England France =and other European countries also began to tell the ship to go Americas. Columbus never kept his promise to the Americas and the three voyages. The 4 voyages want to join the voyages but they didn't late join.
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    3 voyages- Columbus had 3 voyages and they want to north American
    Columbus- Columbus never kept his promise so the people told the American to go American on the ship
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    want to be with the 3 voyage but they said no
    1506 year Columbus died; he believed he had reached Asia

    Europe - continent where France, Spain, and Portugal are located
    Atlantic Ocean - body of water between Europe and North America
    Spain - the country that gave Columbus the money to go on his voyages
    England- want Columbus to be with them and bring the ship over there
    France- Columbus want back to France and sent ships over to him
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    putThe rivalry of the Spain and England Continued in the exploration of the New World. The religious differences of Spain the catholic nation, and England a Protestant had the lead image here!
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    in exploration and naval power, Queen Elizabeth I had the sea dogs attack spanish ships. the sea dogs (led by Sir Francis Drake) Acting like pirates hurt the Spanish mercantile system. Philip II decided to invade the catholicism. his 130 ships
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