Not only did the explorers leave a Europe unrecognizable to modern eyes, but they also sailed to an America whose geography was both little known to them and very different from its modern form. This poses several challenges for the ...
Author: Kelly K. Chaves
Focusing on ten key figures whose careers illuminate the history of the European exploration of North America, this book presents compelling first-person narratives that bring to life the challenges of historical scholarship in the academic classroom. • Helps to develop readers' critical thinking abilities by presenting them with a range of historical voices and historical problems relating to key episodes in the European exploration of America • Provides insights into the explorers' encounters with North America and its native inhabitants, placing them into the contexts of the political cultures and structures of the European nations and indigenous North American societies • Contains some 100 primary source documents that include ledgers, travel accounts, autobiographies, official reports, memoirs, logbooks, patents, letters, articles of agreement, and corporate minutes • Brings a rich analytical approach to a wide range of primary sources that illustrate the careers of 10 explorers through the combined expertise of an American colonialist historian and a British maritime historian
Focusing on ten key figures whose careers illuminate the history of the European exploration of North America, this book presents compelling first-person narratives that bring to life the challenges of historical scholarship in the academic ...
Author: Kelly K. Chaves
"Focusing on ten key figures whose careers illuminate the history of the European exploration of North America, this book presents compelling first-person narratives that bring to life the challenges of historical scholarship in the academic classroom"--
Author: Marshall Cavendish CorporationPublish On: 2005
... around the Cape of Good Hope , 1487-1488 3 : 224 Leif Erikkson Landing on Newfoundland , in North America , c . ... 1860-1861 2 : 111 Burton , Richard Francis Exploration of the East African Great Lakes region with John Hanning ...
Author: Marshall Cavendish Corporation
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Alphabetically arranged, illustrated articles cover explorers and themes of exploration--institutions, science and technology, and general topics--from ancient times to the present day.
13 / British Exploration of the United States Interior ALAN V. BRICELAND Colonial Englishmen are generally ... By 1804 , Anglo - Americans had viewed and mapped almost the entirety of North America east of the Mississippi River and ...
Author: John Logan Allen
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
The three volumes of North American Exploration appraise the full scope of the exploration of the North American continent and its oceanic margins from prior to the arrival of Columbus until the end of the nineteenth century. More than an assessment of historical events, these volumes portray the process of exploration. Without forgetting the romance of discovery, the authors recognize that exploration encompasses a great deal more than the adventures themselves. All explorers are conditioned by the time, place, and circumstances of their efforts; these determine objectives, the behavior of explorers, and the consequences of their discoveries. ø The second volume includes the exploration of North America from the Spanish entrada of the sixteenth century to the British and Russian explorations of the Pacific coastal regions at the end of the eighteenth century?a time during which North America was largely defined and understood in terms of advancing scientific viewpoints during the European Enlightenment. Discovery gave way to Exploration and supposition to understanding.
America, 1500-1625 David B. Quinn. Spain and Portugal over where the eastern line of demarcation lay , but also substantial exploration of the eastern North American coast in two separate phases one connected with the attempts of Lucas ...
Author: David B. Quinn
Publisher: A&C Black
This book brings together a collection of the work of David Quinn, the preeminent authority on the early history of the discovery and colonization of America.
Smith was an ideal candidate, possessing the skills of an explorer, scout, geographer, and mountain man. He had already kept journals, drawn maps, ... Smith's overland route became the eastern half of the Oregon Trail. On July 18, 1826, ...
Author: Jay H. Buckley
With original primary source documents, this anthology brings readers into the vast unknown 19th-century American West—through the eyes of the explorers who saw it for the first time. • Collects primary source materials such as journal entries, book excerpts, and maps from various 19th-century American explorers, enabling readers to "discover" the vast unknown American West, as seen for the first time by those of European descent • Includes a topical guide to aid readers in cross-referencing entries • Presents illustrations and photographs as well as original textual documents and maps
Vitus Bering's first journey to the Far East in 1725 for the Russian court of Tsar Peter I, the Great, had established the existence of a strait between the North American continent and Asia. Eight years later, he was named to lead the ...
Author: Philip J. Potter
Publisher: Casemate Publishers
On 11 October 1492 the sun set on a clear Atlantic Ocean horizon and the night was cloudless with a late rising moon. As the lookouts high in the riggings of Christopher Columbus three ships strained their eyes into the golden light of the moon, near two oclock in the morning the watchman on the Pinta shouted out, Land, land igniting the era of exploration to the New World. The Age of Discovery became an epic adventure sweeping across the continent of North America, as the trailblazers dared to challenge the unknown wilderness to advance mankinds knowledge of the world.Explorers Discovering North America traces the history of the discovery, exploration and settlement of the western hemisphere through the comprehensive biographies of fourteen explorers, who had the courage and inquisitiveness to search the limits of the world.The book features many famous adventurers including Hernan Cortes whose victorious battles against the Aztecs conquered Mexico for Spain, Henry Hudsons sea voyages in search of the Northwest Passage led to the colonization of New York and exploration of the Hudson Bay in Canada, while Meriwether Lewis journey across the Louisiana Purchase began the mass migration of settlers to western America. Among the lesser known explorers discussed in the work are Vitus Bering whose discovery of Alaska established Russias claim to the region and Alexander Mackenzies 107-day trek across western Canada that opened the frontier to settlement, commerce and development of its natural resources.From Columbus to Lewis the exploration of the New World became one of humankinds greatest quests that altered history forever.
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Small Business. Subcommittee on Energy, Environment, and Safety Issues Affecting Small BusinessPublish On: 1986
The only in the world America and its estas tan to Borondo quantities and to the eastern cate East and North ER Anca . As a member of the International Energy Agency , the US is even more unersble to shortages .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Small Business. Subcommittee on Energy, Environment, and Safety Issues Affecting Small Business
It remained for other explorers sponsored by other countries to explore the area of the Eastern seaboard. One such explorer landed in America within just a few years of Columbus.His name was John Cabot.Although there are some doubts,it ...
Author: Tim McNeese
Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press
This book provides a detailed and richly illustrated overview of the lives of the first Americans from their earliest migrations over the Bering land bridge to their initial encounters with European explorers. It traces the settlement of these early nomadic peoples across North America—the evolution of tools, the establishment of agriculture, and the rise of elaborate regional cultures. Styles of shelter, modes of travel and transport, and the prevalence of art and ornamentation suggest remarkable creativity and human ingenuity. Tribal beliefs, habits, practices, and unique structures of various tribal societies are discussed. The last third of the book documents European "discovery" of the New World, the often brutal rivalries among European colonizers, and the savage treatment of native peoples. Challenging review questions encourage meaningful reflection and historical analysis. Maps, tests, answer key, extensive bibliography, and bonus timeline are included.
Author: Grolier Educational CorporationPublish On: 1998
... in Central America 5:14 , 5:27 conquistadores in South America 5:33 , 5:39 Cook's voyages 3:20 Darwin and the Beagle in South America 4:25 discovery of Australia and New Zealand 3:11 early Chinese explorers in Asia 1:35 East Africa ...
Author: Grolier Educational Corporation
Publisher: Grolier Academic Reference
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Discusses early explorers, explorations and adventures.
African American diplomats ( May Subd Geog ) UF Afro - American diplomats ( Former heading ) Diplomats , African American ... African American Negro dropouts ( Former headingi BT Dropouts — United States African American - East Indian ...
Cabot never found the shortcut, but he did sail around Newfoundland and set off a wave of British exploration in northeast America. Unfortunately, there is no magical east-west river that crisscrosses Canada.
Author: Eric Burnett
If you only have enough money to buy one book about American history, this better be that book. Whether you're a confused student, a stressed teacher or just a regular yahoo wanting to finally understand the history of the United States, your search for knowledge needs go no further. Want to know who was the true first president of the United States? Curious about what those early Jamestowners dug their teeth into when the food ran out? Wonder why Israel and the Palestinians just can't seem to get along? It's all in here. Written and edited by top students at one of the most respected high schools, The Best American History Book in the World is packed full of valuable charts, original illustrations, and clear summaries that will help you become a U.S. history expert.All royalties from the sale of this book will be given to a student chosen charity dedicated to improving the health and welfare of children.
Author: Weigl Publishing, Inc.Publish On: 2008-05-01
EXPLORERS AND MISSIONARIES In search of gold, the Spanish explored the area that became Colorado as early as the ... Eager to see the new property owned by the United States, American explorers from the East began to trickle into ...
Author: Weigl Publishing, Inc.
Publisher: Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Colorado: The Centennial State, is a part of the Discover America Series. Colorado celebrates the people and culture with beautiful images and engaging facts as well as describing the history, industry, environment, and sports that make this state unique.
Like the historical imperative which he cites ("the Progress of Humane Literature ... is from the East to the West . . . and now is arrived at the eastern Shore of America"), his argument from nature is legalistic and abstract.
Author: Wayne Franklin
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Draws on primary texts, charts, and paintings to trace the diligence of America's first chroniclers through the three stages of discovery, exploration, and settlement, defining each stage's distinctive kind of writing
Nevertheless , his exploits encouraged later mountain men and explorers to journey into both the eastern and western Sierra Nevada of present California.30 The next Euro - American explorer to traverse present Inyo and Mono counties ...
Author: Britannica Educational PublishingPublish On: 2013-06-01
While there was much colonial interest in the New World, some European adventurers turned their atten— tion to the south and to the east instead. Missionary work emerged as a new motivation for exploration alongside trade and ...
Author: Britannica Educational Publishing
Publisher: Britanncia Educational Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
As the Age of Exploration came to a close, the world seemed to be a significantly smaller place than it once was, with more major landmasses identified on the global map. Yet questions and unknowns remained and details had yet to be filled in. Armed with greater knowledge and better equipment than their predecessors, explorers in the late Renaissance and Enlightenment eras took up the reins, with some discovering new routes and lands still while others carefully surveyed or settled lands already known. This lively volume details the lives of such individuals as Henry Hudson, Vitus Bering, James Cook, and Daniel Boone, among many others, as well as the explorations and discoveries of which they were a part.
XIV The New World of Alexander von Humboldt Among the many men of science who explored the South American continent in the nineteenth century ... 2 After six years of observations and preparation in Europe and the Near East , he learned ...
Author: Edward Julius Goodman
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
A narrative history of exploration from Christopher Columbus to the 19th century, with journal excerpts, diaries and other writings of the explorers themselves. Goodman has marshaled his wide-ranging research and lifelong interest in exploration into a comprehensive, scholarly history. A reprint of the original 1972 edition, the tales have lost none of their luster.
Author: Carianne BernadowskiPublish On: 2013-01-03
European Explorers and the New World Date Explorer Nationality Sponsor Lands Explored 1492 Christopher Italian ... the exploration of these men led to the establishment of colonies up and down the eastern coastline of North America.
Author: Carianne Bernadowski
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This collection of standards-based lessons will guide middle and high school teachers while teaching the nation's history in a user-friendly, ready-made fashion.
New York : HarperCollins , 1991 . Explorers in North and South America had to journey through waterfalls and rapids . USEFUL ADDRESSES Information Center on Children's Cultures 332 East 38th. 44 To Learn More.
Author: Margo McLoone
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Summarizes the lives and accomplishments of five women who were explorers in North and South America.
Ships from the Baltic could now go via the Mediterranean Sea and the Suez Canal to the Dutch East Indies. However, Russians had been interested in the Pacific since the existence of the Russian American Campaign, which was a trade ...
Author: Yvonne Webb
Publisher: Boolarong Press
This book is full of little known facts about Australia and Papua New Guinea, through the diaries of this amazing Russian born and German educated scientist. From an evocative tale of a feisty science-driven man who lived among the indigenous people of New Guinea, to his suffering from beriberi and malaria,sending him to Australia and a fanfare from the scientific community, Yvonne Webb presents his multiple passions, achievements and disappointments. A biological research station was built for him in Sydney. A German colleague doublecrossed him. He was instrumental in the British, German and Australian presence in New Guinea. He married a NSW Premier’s daughter. Archival material sheds light on the blackbirding trade and the slaving of people from Arnhem Land and Papua New Guinea by the adjacent Muslim Maharajahs. In Queensland he travelled recording previously unknown facts of indigenous lives. Charles Darwin and Alfred Wallace were his friends. His story is one of a driven man struggling with the politics of the time. He died prematurely of an undiagnosed brain tumour. Yet this giant of a man is generally unknown in Australia.