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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."
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Columbus' ships the Nina, Pinta and the Santa Maria were originally called
Santa Clara, Pinta and Marigalante
http://digital.library.okstate.edu/encyclopedia/entries/E/EU002.html
Francisco Vásquez de Coronado left Mexico in 1540 to look for
CorCíbola in the northern region.coranado left Mexico in 1540 .
http://library.thinkquest.org/J002678F/coronado.htm
Between 1536 and 1539, Admiral Mendoza heard stories about the Seven Cities of Cibolo, the Seven Cities of Gold where the streets and houses were made of gold and jewels. He sent me on an expedition to find them and claim the wealth for Spain.
In 1540 I set out with 300 soldiers and about 1,000 Indians. I led my army into what would later become Arizona and New Mexico. I found and captured a settlement of Zuni Indians, which I considered to be the city of Cibolo. I found no sign of riches.
he searched for gold in 7 cites.
http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/watkins/coronado.htm
This is a summary of the Coronado Expedition of 1540-42 with a particular focus on wh
Born: 1510
at was the extent and methods of hunting bison by the natives of the plains of North America before their acquisition of horses.
to help navigate north america and to hunt he used horses.
http://www.sjsu.edu/faculty/watkins/coronado.htm
Died: 1554
Born: 1510
he lived 44 years and he deid at the age of 44. that is not that old
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers/page/c/coronado.shtml
Since he did not find gold, silver, or other treasures, his expedition was branded a failure by Spanish leaders.
he did not find treasure.
http://www.psi.edu/epo/coronado/coronadosjourney2.html
In April 1541, the entire army marched east to the Texas panhandle, and in May Coronado and thirty horsemen rode north to Quivira, which was located in Kansas. Again finding no wealth, they returned to the Albuquerque area. In December, Coronado was injured in a fall from his horse.
coronado travled through Texas, Quivira, and Kansas. then in december he got ingured be falling of of his horse.
http://nebraskastudies.unl.edu/0300/frameset_reset.html?http://nebraskastudies.unl.edu/0300/stories/0301_0110.html
Launched in August of 2004, the Coronado Project was an outreach and public education project that sought to determine the route of Francisco Vázquez de Coronado’s infamous expedition of 1540 from northern Mexico to the Pueblo of Zuni. The Center anticipated that once local residents in Arizona and New Mexico became aware of key Coronado-era artifact types, they might be able to help solve the mystery of Coronado’s route. These rare artifacts include copper crossbow boltheads (arrow tips), crossbow parts and accessories, short copper or brass aglets (lace tips), Nueva Cadiz glass beads, sheet brass Clarksdale bells, obsidian-edged swords and lances, and caret-head nails (horseshoe nails).
he traveled throw texas kansas and new mexico
http://nebraskastudies.unl.edu/0300/frameset_reset.html?http://nebraskastudies.unl.edu/0300/stories/0301_0110.html
Coronado's flying column reached where they thought "Quivira" was when they reached central Kansas. They found no gold. Instead they found villages of the Wichita tribe

http://www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/places/states/index.htm
Click on any state on the map, or select a trail or territory from the list below to learn about cities, towns, settlements, trails, scenes of conflict, routes of commerce and natural features profiled within THE WEST.
he traveled throw citys states and much more

1539: The Viceroy tasks Coronada with searching the South West for Cibola and the Seven Cities of Gold

http://www.asij.ac.jp/elementary/gr5web/c5r/explorer_reports/mckenzie.htm
The country that Coronado was exploring for was Spain. He explored through five different states. They are, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and Mexico. His main goal was to find the seven gold cities, with gold in them, but he did not complete it. The reason why he explored was because Spain wanted more land and they sent off over 150 explorers to find land that Spain could claim, and name it after the explorer, but many explorers failed.
he traveled throw louisiana, texas,new mexico, arizona, and mexico.
francisco vasquez de coronado claude hurwics powerkids press 2001
instead the soldiers were met with arrows from warriors protected thier villages. coronado and many of his soldiers were wounded in the battle.
when corornado met the indians and met the soldiers he went in a battle against another team with his soldiers.

http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers/page/c/coronado.shtml
Coronado was a governor of New Galicia, a western province of Mexico.
He was the governor of new galicia.
http://www.allsafesites.com/kgsearch/search.php?query=francisco+coronado&search=1
searched fruitlessly for treasure that was rumored to exist in northern Mexico: the fabled seven Golden Cities of Cibola. With a group of hundreds of Spaniards and enslaved natives, he traveled through what is now northern Mexico and the southwestern USA (including Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas).
he went to the 7 citys of gold.
francisco vasquez de coronado claude hurwics powerkids press 2001
the leaders were dissipointed that coronado had not found any gold, but they did not think that he did anything wrong. later they judged coronado on the job he had done as govenor. they didnt think he had done a good job. they decided to take away his title of govenor of new galicia.
he did not find any gold so they took his governer job away.

MLA (Modern Language Association) style:

Sandak, Cass. "Coronado, Francisco (1510?–1554)." The New Book of Knowledge. Grolier Online, 2011. Web. 8 Dec. 2011.

Chicago Manual of Style:

Sandak, Cass. "Coronado, Francisco (1510?–1554)." The New Book of Knowledge. Grolier Online http://nbk.grolier.com/ncpage?tn=/encyc/article.html&id=a2006640-h&type=0tap (accessed December 8, 2011).

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Sandak, C. (2011). Coronado, Francisco (1510?–1554). The New Book of Knowledge. Retrieved December 8, 2011, from Grolier Online http://nbk.grolier.com/ncpage?tn=/encyc/article.html&id=a2006640-h&type=0tap
In the spring of 1542, Coronado led what remained of his forces back to New Spain. He retained the governorship of New Galicia until he fell from favor in 1544. He died on September 22, 1554, and was buried in the Church of Santo Domingo in Mexico City
he was buried in the church of santo domingo in Mexico city.

MLA (Modern Language Association) style:

Sandak, Cass. "Coronado, Francisco (1510?–1554)." The New Book of Knowledge. Grolier Online, 2011. Web. 8 Dec. 2011.

Chicago Manual of Style:

Sandak, Cass. "Coronado, Francisco (1510?–1554)." The New Book of Knowledge. Grolier Online http://nbk.grolier.com/ncpage?tn=/encyc/article.html&id=a2006640-h&type=0tap (accessed December 8, 2011).

APA (American Psychological Association) style:

Sandak, C. (2011). Coronado, Francisco (1510?–1554). The New Book of Knowledge. Retrieved December 8, 2011, from Grolier Online http://nbk.grolier.com/ncpage?tn=/encyc/article.html&id=a2006640-h&type=0tap
Coronado was born in Salamanca, Spain, around 1510. In 1535 he traveled to New Spain (Mexico) with Viceroy Antonio de Mendoza. In 1538 he became governor of the Spanish province of New Galicia.
he was born in salamanca, spain around 1510.


they sent him to rio grande.

MLA (Modern Language Association) style:

Sandak, Cass. "Coronado, Francisco (1510?–1554)." The New Book of Knowledge. Grolier Online, 2011. Web. 8 Dec. 2011.

Chicago Manual of Style:

Sandak, Cass. "Coronado, Francisco (1510?–1554)." The New Book of Knowledge. Grolier Online http://nbk.grolier.com/ncpage?tn=/encyc/article.html&id=a2006640-h&type=0tap (accessed December 8, 2011).

APA (American Psychological Association) style:

Sandak, C. (2011). Coronado, Francisco (1510?–1554). The New Book of Knowledge. Retrieved December 8, 2011, from Grolier Online http://nbk.grolier.com/ncpage?tn=/encyc/article.html&id=a2006640-h&type=0tap
In February 1540, Coronado set out to to explore the area north of the Rio Grande. He organized a huge expedition of Spanish soldiers and Indian allies. Starting out from Compostela, they traveled northward through present-day Arizona and into New Mexico. By July, Coronado had captured what they thought were the Seven Cities of Cíbola. These were almost certainly the multi-storied pueblos of the Zuñi Indians. They found no treasure.
They sent him to Rio Grande
francisco vasquez de coronado claude hurwics powerkids press 2001
francisco vasquez de coronado died in mexico city on september 22, 1554. he was 44 years old. even though coronado never found the gold he was looking for, his efforts were not wasted.
he was 44 years old when he died, and he did not find any gold.
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers/page/c/coronado.shtml
external image Coronadomap.GIFexternal image Coronado.GIFFrancisco Vásquez de Coronado (1510-1554) was a Spanish ruler, explorer and conquistador. He was the first European to explore North America's Southwest.
Coronado was a governor of New Galicia, a western province of Mexico. He searched fruitlessly for treasure that was rumored to exist in northern Mexico: the fabled seven Golden Cities of Cibola. With a group of hundreds of Spaniards and enslaved natives, he traveled through what is now northern Mexico and the southwestern USA (including Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas). His expedition found only Zuñi, Hopi, and Pueblos, native Americans who repelled Coronado when he demanded that they convert to Christianity. Coronado killed many native Americans during this expedition. Since he did not find gold, silver, or other treasures, his expedition was branded a failure by Spanish leaders.
his route was from mexico, to arizona, to new mexico, to texas, and a little bit in oklahoma, and last but not least to kansas.
http://edu.glogster.com/glog.php?glog_id=17101483&scale=50
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this is what he looked like when he was a soldier.
http://www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/people/a_c/coronado.htm
Francisco Vázquez de Coronado
Francisco Vázquez de Coronado

this is a picture of him.
http://www.docstoc.com/docs/43721661/Francisco-Vasquez-de-Coronado-Birth1510-Death1554-Salamanca-Spain
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this is his death surtificate.
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/explorers/page/c/coronado.shtml
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Jacques Cartier
Jacques Cartier
Jacques Cartier (1491-1557) was a French explorer who led three expeditions to Canada, in 1534, 1535, and 1541. He was looking for a route to the Pacific through North America (a Northwest Passage) but did not find one. Cartier paved the way for French exploration of North America.
Cartier sailed inland, going 1,000 miles up the St. Lawrence River. He also tried to start a settlement in Quebec (in 1541), but it was abandoned after a terribly cold winter. Cartier named Canada; "Kanata" means village or settlement in the Huron-Iroquois language. Cartier was given directions by Huron-Iroquois Indians for the route to "kanata," a village near what is now Quebec, but Cartier later named the entire region Canada.
in his other route he went from north america to europe