Julia, Ryan, Abbie, Jack
Example:
http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/caribarch/columbus.htm#rumbo
Example: Columbus was aboard La Gallega, the largest of the three vessels. Originally named for Galicia, the town in which she was built, she was known to her sailors as "Marigalante," literally "dirty Mary." Columbus rechristened her Santa María. The others were also known by nicknames: Santa Clara, was known as Niña ("little girl") a play on the name of her owner, Juan Niño; Pinta means "painted one."
Example:
Columbus' ships the Nina, Pinta and the Santa Maria were originally called
Santa Clara, Pinta and Marigalante
http://people.bu.edu/wwildman/ben/mass/1498.htm
The Italian explorer John Cabot, working for the English king, sailed along the coast of Massachusetts.
the Explorer john cabot was Italian and worked for the king. He sailed along Massachusetts.
http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1497cabot-3docs.asp
John Cabot, in Italian Giovanni Caboto, was born in Genoa,Italy Although a citizen of Venice, he obtained letters-patent from Henry VII of England in 1496 for a voyage of discovery.
John Cabots name is Giovanni Caboto. He was born in Geunoa Italy but he was a citizen of Venice.
http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1497cabot-3docs.asp
He crossed the Atlantic in 1497 and touched on the mainland of North America.
John Cabot sailed across the Atlantic ocean in 1497 and touched the mainland.
http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1497cabot-3docs.asp
John Cabot, in Italian Giovanni Caboto, was born in Genoa, Although a citizen of Venice,
he was born in genoa italy and he was a citazen in venice.
http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1497cabot-3docs.asp
1450-1499
he was born in 1450 and died in 1499


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, Cabot and his crew brought fresh water from home. During a storm, they sometimes caught rain in the sails of the ship and kept it to drink later.
they had fresh water on the ship with them and sometimes they during storms cought rain in the sails and kept it to drink later.
John Cabot, Tanya Larkin, Rosen publishing group, 2001
On May 2, 1497 cabot set out on an old ship called the Matthew to find the sea route to China.
in 1497 john cabot went on his journy on his ship called the matthew
John Cabot, Tanya Larkin, Rosen publishing group, 2001
Many of the spices and silks that Cabot brought from Egypt to Euerope came from China. Merchants carred these goods from china to egypt in carvans across a large dessert.
the spices and silk that cabot brought are from egypt to europe and came from there to china.
John Cabot, Tanya Larkin, Rosen publishing group, 2001
Cabot sailed from England around the Southern tip of Ireland, During the voyage west, Cabot's crew slept and ate on deck. The ate fish, salted beef, and biscuits. Drinking salty sea water is dangerous because the salt can make you sick

http://www.johncabot.edu/About_JCU/About_JCU_Who_Was_John_Cabot.aspx
Although John Cabot lived in England as an adult, he was a citizen of Venice.

http://www.johncabot.edu/About_JCU/About_JCU_Who_Was_John_Cabot.aspx
John Cabot envisioned the possibility of reaching Asia by sailing westward.

http://www.johncabot.edu/About_JCU/About_JCU_Who_Was_John_Cabot.aspx
John Cabot and explorer whose 1497 discovery of parts of North America is commonly held to have been the first European encounter with the continent of North America since the Norse Vikings in the eleventh century. The official position of the Canadian and United Kingdom governments is that he landed on the island of Newfoundlands.

John Cabot, Tanya Larkin, Rosen publishing group, 2001
When Cabot returned to England he showed king Henrey VII the fish his crew had caught and the beothuk traps and needle.

John Cabot, Tanya Larkin, Rosen publishing group, 2001
Cabot told the king that he wanted gold and silk from China but he was deased about the fish.

John Cabot, Tanya Larkin, Rosen publishing group, 2001
King Henrey the VII gave pemision to go on his 2nd expedition. This time he gave Cabot 5 ships. On this 2nd voyage, Cabot brough people from England to settle the new land.

John Cabot, Tanya Larkin, Rosen publishing group, 2001
Cabots ship left England on May 1498. One ship had to returne after it was damaged in a storm. The other ships inclueding Cabots were never herd of again.

John Cabot, Tanya Larkin, Rosen publishing group, 2001


John Cabot, Tanya Larkin, Rosen publishing group, 2001




John Cabot, Tanya Larkin, Rosen publishing group, 2001
his boat was filled with mice, roaches, and rats.
The Matthew had once been used to
trade fish,tar, and wool, so it smelled of all these things.
the Matthew was filled
with mice,
roaches, and rats.The
boat was
used to trade fish, tar, and wool.
The boat smelledlike all these things