Christopher Columbus was born in ________ in _________ _______.
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Christopher Columbus was born in ________ in _________ _______.His education was ________, and he went to sea around the year _____ as a teenager.
In 1476, he had shipwrecked off the coast of __________. Soon after he joined his brother Bartolomeo as a ______________ in Lisbon.Slide3
Columbus married a woman of a noble _____________ family and had a son.
He sailed to ___________ in 1477 and a year later he worked as a ___________ for the firm Centurioni.
He spent the years between 1482 and 1485 trading along the _________________________
West African Coast
During his time in Portugal, Columbus heard stories of sailors trying to reach ________ by sailing west. He hoped to make a voyage like that himself.
In 1485 Columbus’s wife died of a _________ and he moved to _________, where he met a woman from a noble family, and they had a son.
After proposing an expedition across the _________ to the rulers of many countries, most of them told him no!But he finally was given funding from the King and
Queen of _________.
At the time, sailing west to reach Asia was a big idea. Not because many people still thought the Earth was ________, but because they did not know how big Earth really was!
Spain supplied the ships the ______, the ______, and the _______ _______.Columbus and his fleet left for the _________ Ocean, in September ______.
He and his crew had been at sea for
5 weeks when, on October 12
_____, they landed in an Island Columbus named ______________.
Columbus sailed on to ________, then to present day _________, where, on Christmas day, the Santa Maria ran aground and was _____________.Columbus established a small settlement on Haiti called ____ _________. It consisted of ___ men and a fort made of the timber from the wreck.
In January _____, Columbus headed back to Spain aboard the _________, which was separated from the Pinta, and finally returned home in _________.In September, Christopher Columbus left on a second voyage with a fleet of more than ___ ships, and over 1500 men. (one of whom was _____________________)
Juan Ponce de Leon
He sailed past the island and toward his settlement, ____ _________. On arrival, he found that his small fort had been destroyed and the men had been killed. He created a new settlement and named it ____ ________.
In November 1493, he and his fleet neared an island, which Columbus named _____________.
On February 2nd _____, Columbus sent a fleet of 12 ships back to Spain, full of ______, slaves, and _______. The fleet also delivered news of the lost settlement at La Navidad.
On March 10th
_______, Columbus left his two brothers in charge of ____ ________, and set sail for Spain.
Columbus left for his 3rd voyage with 6 ships, three of which were sent to the _______________ with supplies. He left in 1498.
Columbus and his three ships headed towards present day _______ _________, and, he realized at the time the he had discovered a new ______________.
When Columbus reached the settlement, he found a __________ had taken place, and he attempted to regain control in a way that included ___________.
Spain got wind of the problem and sent men to ____________. It was decided that Columbus and his family were at fault and they were __________.
Columbus was released and was permitted to go on another voyage, but he was replaced as governor by, ________ ___ _________.With his brother, son, and a fleet of 4 ships, Columbus resumed his search for a passage to _______, exploring the ____________ and mainly __________.
Nicolas de Ovando
He had attempted to set up a fort in _________, but was stopped by an attack by hostile __________.Columbus’s ships were badly damaged and when he had landed on present day ___________. The ships were useless and he found himself a ____________.
Two crewmen successfully canoed to ____ _________, to find help for the Columbus.
Finally help arrived in June _____, and soon Columbus was sailing back to Spain.
During his final years, Columbus felt _______________, and poorly ___________.
He asked the king over and over again to be reward for his ______________ but he never was.
He died in 1506.
Christopher Columbus was born in Genoa, Italy.
Christopher Columbus was shipwrecked in Portugal.
Christopher Columbus lived
and died in Spain.Slide17