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Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492. Christopher Columbus sailed for Spain in order to find a shorter route to Asia. In terms of accomplishing this goal, he was one of the biggest failures in history. However, he was very successful in terms of opening up a new world to Europe. His "discovery" of the new world led to new goods being introduced from the Americas to Europe and vise versa. Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492. Christopher Columbus sailed for Spain in...

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Christopher Columbus Christopher Columbus was born in Genoa, Italy 1451, he was a map maker and a sailor in his forties, navigator and colonizer, and Genoese explorer. Columbus had many motivations and completed many voyages across the Atlantic Ocean. “You can never cross the ocean until you have the courage to lose sight of the shore.” Many people when asked what their opinion on what kind of person Christopher Columbus was they would respond with negative comments. Although those people’s perspectives...

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Christopher Columbus Brian Haller ID# 4129259 HIST101 Professor Peter Cash 23 July 2010 Christopher Columbus was an explorer, navigator and colonizer from Genoa, Italy. His voyages across the Atlantic led to the...

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Christopher Columbus was born in 1451 at Genoa. Genoa is a sea dock that was on the Ligurian sea. christopher columbus wasn’t his real name. His real name was Christoforo colombo. When he reached the Americas they have translated it to christopher columbus. Christopher columbus had two brothers that he was older than the both of them. Christopher columbus had only a little education that which had at his age at that time. Genoa was a busy sea dock and Christopher had learned a lot from the sailors...

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Christopher Columbus, was he a hero, or villain? For about 500 years, people have praised him and celebrated his life as though he was someone who did good for us. Schools teach students that Columbus was a great man, found gold and pearls, and discovered new lands. Students are even taught the names of Christopher Columbus' three ships he used on his first voyage. However, they grow up not knowing the truth about Christopher Columbus, what he really did to 'accomplish' his tasks. I simply believe...

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Professor Vidmar English 102 17 September, 2013 Christopher Columbus; Hero or Villain In 1492, Christopher Columbus, discovered America. More than 500 years later Columbus Day is a national holiday. Statues are up, even in Pueblo, and thanks are given for what he has done for us. We learn about him in grade school and we are told of his brave adventures. However twenty years later in my first history class another picture is being painted of Columbus; not from my History book, but from my teacher...

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Christopher Columbus: The True Story behind This Man As I research about the true story of Christopher Columbus, I discover that I have believed a horrendous lie my entire life that I truly would have preferred not to learn. Unfortunately, it is now too late and my life has been forever changed. When one thinks about Christopher Columbus or the famous Columbus’ Day, there are a few pleasant facts we run across. First of all, we “celebrate” Columbus’ Day the second Monday of the month of October...

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Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue in fourteen-hundred-ninty-two. He came over from Spain in three ships, the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria and discovered America, or at least that was what I was taught in elementary school. Since then there has been much controversy going on over the issue of weather or not Christopher Columbus really "discovered" America because when he landed in San Salvador he was not alone. Native Americans already inhabited the land and they had been...

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 Description of the Discovery of America From Christopher Columbus, Journals, Thursday, October 11, and Friday October 12, 1492.  In Columbus Journal he obviously talks about his discoveries but goes more into detail. During these two days Columbus finds the Indies along with its vibrant green trees, various fruits, water, and the unclothed people of the land.  The people of this land had very long, tough hair like the mane of a horse, they painted their bodies in various colors...

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Christopher Columbus Who was the greatest explorer of the Age of Exploration? Vespucci? No. Magellan? No. Columbus? Yes. Columbus paved the road for all explorers of the time. Columbus was an Italian explorer who thought that he could reach India by traveling west instead of having to sail under the southern tip of Africa; this was very dangerous because of the harsh weather and pirates looking for ships to raid. At the time in Europe it was a common belief of the educated that the world was...

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