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  1. Francisco Pizarro and the Conquest of the Inca (Explorers of the New World) by Gina De Angelis, 2000-11

61. European Explorers
Searched for a west route to the Indies landed in a new world. francisco Coronado. 1519.His crew sailed around the world proving it to be round. francisco pizarro.
European Explorers Teacher's Guide EXPLORER COUNTRY DATE VOYAGE OF EXPLORATION Vasco de Balboa Spain Reached the isthmus of Panama to see the Pacific Ocean Cabeza de Vaca Spain Explored N.America searching for the seven cities of gold John Cabot England Found the Grand Banks , a rich fishing area Pedro Cabral Portugal Reached Brazil claiming it for Portugal Samuel de Champlain France Explored New France and started the first settlement in 1608 Jacques Cartier France Reached the St. Lawrence River claimed land for France Christopher Columbus Spain Searched for a west route to the Indies landed in a new world Francisco Coronado Spain Explored N.America's southwest and claimed it for Spain Hernando Cortez Spain Conquered and destroyed the Aztec Empire claimed it for Spain Hernando Desoto Spain Explored N.America's southeast and claimed it for Spain Bartholomew Dias Portugal Sailed around the tip of Africa because of a storm Francis Drake England Attacked Spanish ships and sailed around the world Leif Ericson Norway Reached Newfoundland Vasco Da Gama Portugal Sailed around the tip of Africa and reached the Indies Henry Hudson Netherlands Claimed land around the Hudson river for the Dutch Louis Joliet France Teamed up with Jacques Marquetteand explored the Mississippi River Ponce de Leon Spain Explored Puerto Rico and claimed Florida for Spain Ferdinand Magellan Spain His crew sailed around the world proving it to be round Friar Marcos Spain Explored N.America

62. Explorers Of The New World
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  • 63. Digital History
    many people were living in the new world when Columbus Ferdinand Magellan, Led firstvoyage around the world. 15311533, francisco pizarro, Conquered Inca empire.

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    European Discovery of the New World Columbus reports on his voyage to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain:
    The people of this island [Hispaniola], and of all the others that I have found and seen, or not seen, all go naked, men and women, just as their mothers bring them forth; although some women cover a single place with the leaf of a plant, or a cotton something which they make for that purpose. They have no iron or steel, nor any weapons....They have no other weapons than the stems of reeds...on the end of which they fix little sharpened stakes. Even these they dare not use....they are incurably timid.... They brought us parrots and balls of cotton and spears and many other things, which they exchanged for the glass beads and hawks' bells. They willingly traded everything they owned. They do not bear arms, and do not know them, for I showed them a sword, they took it by the edge and cut themselves out of ignorance. With fifty men we could subjugate them all and make them do whatever we want. 1. How accurate do you consider Columbus's description of the New World?

    64. Exploring Explorers
    Coronado.A Most Famous Failing francisco Vasquez de Ancient History Info SheetThe new world - pizarro and Atahualpa This is a world Gold Council
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    Explorers Provides links to reports by Mrs. Vanicek’s Fifth Grade Class at Dodge Elementary School Grand Island, Nebraska Explorers of the New World This was created by fifth graders at Palisades Elementary School in Lake Oswego, Oregon Explorers list These are projects of year 5 and year 6 students at Hallet Cove South Primary. The Exploration of the Americas This was created by Dr. Prudhomme's fifth grade class at V.L Murray Elementary. Explorer Card Student Work by fourth graders at Germantown Academy. Explorers of the Millennium This was created by some 4th and 5th grade students at Sherwood School in Highland Park, IL. It was the 4th place winner of the 1998 ThinkQuest Jr. Contest. Explorers This was created by three juniors at the University of Richmond. Discovery: The New World World Culture Page by Richard Hooker 1997 associated with Washington State University Explorers and Exploration – Discovering the Explorers Page by Robinson Research World of Knowledge Age of Exploration Curriculum Guide Latitude: The Art and Science of Fifteenth Century Navigation at Rice University Discovery and Exploration at American Memory Library of Congress Geography and Map Division Discoverers Web by Andre Engels Exploration is a Risky Business by the Discoverers Web. This lists explorers who died while exploring.

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    Examine the lives of many significant explorers and the countries they represented on their influential journeys in the Explorers of the World video series. Each dramatization provides an in-depth look at the legendary figures who embarked on tremendous expeditions, utilizing innovative navigational tools and techniques while shaping the development of the world. Follow along as two young hosts encounter these renowned explorers and learn about their exciting discoveries and startling disappointments. Curriculum Correlation Documents Available NEW!

    66. Francisco Pizarro Definition Meaning Information Explanation
    pizarro s Coffin in the Lima Cathedral. francisco pizarro (circa 1475 an illegitimateson of Gonzalo pizarro, who as Seville, he sailed to the new world in 1509
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    Pizarro's Coffin in the Lima Cathedral Francisco Pizarro (circa June 26 ) was a Spanish conquistador , conqueror of the Inca Empire and founder of the city of Lima Pizarro was born born in Trujillo, Extremadura Castile Spain . He was an illegitimate son of Gonzalo Pizarro, who as colonel of infantry afterwards served in Italy under Gonsalvo de Cordova, and in Navarre , with some distinction. Of Pizarros early years hardly anything is known; but he appears to have been poorly cared for, and his education was neglected. Shortly after the news of the discovery of the New World had reached Spain he was in Seville, he sailed to the New World in and took part in various Spanish missions of exploration and conquest. He is heard of in as having taken part in an expedition from Hispaniola to Urab under Alonzo de Ojeda, by whom he was entrusted with the charge of the unfortunate settlement at San Sebastian He accompanied Vasco Nu±ez de Balboa (whom he afterwards helped to bring to the block) in the discovery of the Pacific; and under Pedrarias d'Avila he received a repartimento, and became a cattle-farmer at

    67. History Of The Americas - On TV Assignment Discovery -
    weakened the Inca Empire before francisco pizarro and his Explore the mysterious Incaruins of Machu Picchu diplomat extraordinaire in the new world — or was
    For our newsletter and special teacher promotions. Assignment Discovery airs on the Discovery Channel at 9-10 a.m. ET/PT; 8-9 a.m. CT; 10-11 a.m. MT.
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    Conquistadors: Francisco Pizarro
    Learn how Francisco Pizarro's dream of finding an "El Dorado" led him and his conquistadors high into the Andes mountain range. Pizarro, an illiterate Spanish soldier, would orchestrate the fall of the great Inca Empire and colonize cities in Peru. The results of his brutal conquest resonate throughout South America today.
    Conquistadors: Inca Rebellion
    Disease and civil war weakened the Inca Empire before Francisco Pizarro and his men came to conquer. Conditions under Spanish rule were brutal, but the Inca staged one last rebellion to recapture their pride and ancestral lands.
    Airs: Amazing Destinations: Peru and Brazil
    From remote jungle ruins to bustling cities, South America has it all. Explore the mysterious Inca ruins of Machu Picchu, hidden deep in the Andes in Peru, and see why Brazil is a cultural crossroads and a natural paradise.

    68. Francisco Pizarro
    francisco pizarro. francisco pizarro, c.14751541, was the after the discovery ofthe new world, pizarro went to Nine years later pizarro formed a partnership
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    Francisco Pizarro Francisco Pizarro, c.1475-1541, was the Spanish conquistador who secured Peru for Spain. The illegitimate son of a Spanish hidalgo born near Trujillo in Extremadura, Pizarro was uneducated and served as a swineherd during his youth. Shortly after the discovery of the New World, Pizarro went to Hispaniola with on of his relatives, Hernan Cortes . In 1510, Pizarro participated in an expedition to the Gulf of Uraba in north Colombia, and he was second in command when Vasco Nunez de Balboa discovered the Pacific Ocean in 1513. Nine years later Pizarro formed a partnership with fellow adventurer Diego de Almagro and cleric Hernan de Luque to explore lands to the south. Their first expedition reached the San Juan River in Colombia before turning back; the second expedition (1526-28), after experiencing famine, disease, and a rebellious crew, reached the Santa River in Peru and returned to Panama with gold, cloth, and llamas.
    When the governor of Panama refused permission for further exploration, Pizarro went to Spain (1528) to appeal directly to the king. The agreement reached gave the king of Spain all of Peru, its subjects, and its wealth. Pizarro was made a knight of Santiago (1529) and governor and captain general of the conquered lands. His partners, who received much smaller favors, felt that they had been cheated.

    69. Pizarro: Conquest Of The Inca
    THE CONQUEST OF THE INCA EMPIRE francisco pizarro is part of a pages about a widevariety of Europeans who explored the new world (including Cortez
    Introduction - INCA EMPIRE:
    The map came from The UT Library Online and I shaded the area of South America that the Inca Empire controlled.
    Small bands of Inca continued to resist the conquest but they were eventually defeated as well. With time Spanish missionaries and settlers came to colonize Peru, Equador, and Chile and the Inca culture was largely wiped out. The ancestors of the Inca still live there, the ancient Inca language "Quecha" is still spoken, and they still raise llamas.
    - Useful Websites about Francisco Pizarro:
    THE CONQUEST OF THE INCA EMPIRE: Francisco Pizarro - is part of a larger website about the Age of Discovery and Exploration and has other pages about a wide variety of Europeans who explored the "New World" (including Cortez who conquered the Aztec). This is probably the overall best introduction of my research sites.
    PBS: CONQUISTADORS - Pizarro - is the starting point for a complex and detailed site all about Pizarro. As with other Public Broadcasting System websites, a lot of professional energy has gone into this site to make it educational. There are links to other Conquistadors such as Cortez. For detailed info this is the best site with many pages to it, though it may load slowly.
    This picture showing Pizarro's arrival in South America came from

    70. Projecto Cultural
    Almagro’s son got revenge and killed francisco pizarro. Ruthless and cunning, pizarroand Cortes both used that existed before the new world was discovered.
    Los Conquistadores: Pizarro y Cortes
    Freddie Rohner,
    After Christopher Columbus discovered the New World in 1492, many explorers sailed across the Atlantic Ocean in search of fame and fortune. The Conquistadors were a select group of explorers and adventurers, who conquered and colonized most of Central and South America in the name of the Spanish crown. Two of the most famous, and infamous, of the conquistadors were Hernan Cortes and Francisco Pizarro. The campaigns of Cortes and Pizarro brought much wealth and prestige to the Spanish empire, while also destroying two of the largest and most powerful kingdoms in the New World, the Inca and the Aztecs. Cortes and Pizarro were both great leaders, but their personalities, backgrounds and leadership techniques could not have been more different.
    After he conquered the Aztecs, the Spanish sent more expeditions to Mexico and began to colonize the area, assimilating the native population to Spanish culture and converting the Aztecs to Christianity. An unforeseen result of this colonization was the deaths of many people because of new diseases being passed between the Aztecs and the Spanish. Because of his exploits in the New World, Cortes was a hero in Spain and an inspiration to many other Conquistadors including our next subject, Francisco Pizarro.

    38. Columbus and the new world, 1493. 39. Columbus s Ships. 105. Spanish Explorationand Conquest. 106. pizarro. 126. The Tragic Story of francisco pizarro. 127.
    Many of the resources listed below are on individual explorers. I suggest that you check all sources not dedicated to one individual as well as checking out the sources dedicated solely to your explorer. Many of the sites on all explorers will give you a good view into your subject. Also, please do a search using one of the accepted search engines we have discussed. I would like for you to include the name and location of the search engine you used to find your own information on your explorer. Please forgive any duplication of sites which may occur in this list. Remember, you may only include pictures in your report if you check them through Mrs. M. first.
    There is also a great site which you may visit that will lead you to create a very complete research project based on your explorer. The site is called Biography Maker . Click on the link and see how much it can help you!

    72. Diego Almagro - The Great Unknown, The Great Explorers
    He traveled to the new world in 1514 with Pedro Arias de Avila, who was the newgovernor of he became a business partner with francisco pizarro and a
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    Diego de Almagro became an explorer and conquistador when he reached his fifty. He then spent several years taking part in one of the greatest adventures in the history of exploration-which was also one of the most infamous and brutal subjugations of a native population. From 1524 to 1534, in partnership with Francisco Pizarro Almagro explored what is now Peru and discovered and conquered its great Inca civilization. After that he led the first European exploration of present-day Chile by land, enduring great hardships in his futile quest for more gold. An illegitimate child, Diego de Almagro was probably born in the town of Almagro in the Estremadura region of Spain in about 1474. He spent the first forty years of his life in relative obscurity. Primarily a wandering adventurer during his years in Spain, he once murdered a man in a brawl. He traveled to the New World in 1514 with Pedro Arias de Avila , who was the new governor of Darien (in present-day Columbia). In 1524 he became a business partner with Francisco Pizarro and a wealthy priest

    73. Education World ® - Lesson Planning: Explore The Explorers Online!
    Jacques Marquette, Robert Edwin Peary, francisco pizarro, Marco Polo on a ship sailingtoward the new world during the Character education explore values.
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    Web Hosting Alberghi Finanza ... Copy DVD Register To Win a $100 GiftCard Visit Vacanze Accessori Computer Career Education ... History Lesson Planning Article LESSON PLANNING ARTICLE Explore the Explorers Online! Columbus and the other early explorers provide your students with the opportunity to explore new worlds as well as worlds of knowledge and discovery! This week, Education World delivers a shipload of sites and activities guaranteed to keep your lessons afloat and your curriculum current. Editor's note: For additional "explorer" resources, be sure to check out this week's CURRICULUM story, Across the Sea: Europeans Explore the New World Students, perhaps distracted by the October 12 school holiday, often forget that Christopher Columbus wasn't the only explorer who sailed into uncharted seas to find an unknown land. They may not even realize that he wasn't even the first of those adventurers to set foot in the New World. Historians believe Leif Erikson, an Icelander, was the first European to arrive in North America, landing in what is now Canada in 1001. Then why is Columbus so widely-known and celebrated and Erikson so often ignored or forgotten? Pose the question before you begin exploring "Explorer" Web sites. Students should be able to answer that question and many more at the end of their online voyages.

    74. Homework Center - Explorers
    The Conquest of the Inca Empire francisco pizarro http//www An anthropologist whoexplored the world to study studied the Trobriand Islanders of new Guinea in
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    The European Voyages of Exploration: 15th and 16th Centuries
    An overview of European exploration and colonization around the world.
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    Brief biographies of explorers of Australia including sketched portraits.
    A History of the Northwest Coast
    A brief history of the first explorers, pioneers and traders of the Northwest coast.
    Voyage of Exploration: Discovering New Horizons
    Discover the dangers that faced explorers of the past, how they survived, where the went, and why. Requires Flash plug-in.
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    Note : if you are not finding the particular explorer you are interested in, or would like more information, please try the Alphabetical List of Explorers [Alexander the Great]
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    75. Discovery: The "New World"
    Tordesillas, that divided the entire world between the conquer the territories ofthe new continents In 1531 and 1536, francisco pizarro conquered the extensive
    The discovery of the American continent had nothing to do with intellectual curiosity or even unfathomable human courage. It was almost entirely about one and only one thing: money. And it was a mistake.
    The Portugese all throughout the sixteenth century ruthlessly and aggressively built a monopoly in the spice trade from the east by dominating the trade routes around the continent of Africa. Spain, on the other hand, began thinking of ways to get around this monopoly by developing a western route to the eastern countries. The problem was that this route was infinitely longer than the trip around Africa and it lay across an ocean so vast that it staggered the imagination and chilled the heart.
    It was Christopher Columbus (1451-1506), a Genoese navigator, who convinced the Spanish to underwrite a western expedition to the eastern countries. Contrary to what you might have heard, educated Europeans knew that the world was round and had known this for millenia. Then as now, people who thought the world was flat were regarded as crackpots. Europeans also had a good idea as to the circumference of the earth; this circumference, in fact, had been accurately calculated in the second century BC. The general view, then, was that a western voyage to India would be a disaster, for the ship would have to travel thousands of miles over open ocean. The ship's crew would starve or die of dehydration long before the journey was complete.

    76. MMBC Schoolnet: Exploration Gateway
    Hernando Cortes and francisco pizarro laid Spanish claim to were present in theseNew world regions, establishing from which further exploration could continue

    A NCIENT TIMES - TH C ENTURY ravelers of the ancient world explored distant regions not only out of necessity for such things as food and shelter but also out of sheer curiosity. A wide range of water craft designs were used by ancient travelers, enabling peoples from different lands to meet and communicate. With the growth of populations in areas defined today as countries, and the formation of systems to govern these populations, it became necessary to acquire more land and resources in order to gain power and compete in the world market. Trade soon became the key motivating factor for exploration while the advancement of shipbuilding techniques allowed for exploration at farther distances and for longer duration.
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    Arab dhow By the 8th century, Arab language, knowledge and the religion of Islam had spread across vast distances. Muslim scholars (those who followed Islam) sought out scientific knowledge when exploring other lands. These scholars were first to calculate that the earth was round. Excelling in navigation, they are credited with the invention of the astrolabe . The best known Muslim traveler is Ibn Battuta who wrote about his adventurous 14th century journeys by sea and land in a book titled "Travels". The Vikings, namely Norse explorers Bjarni Herjulfsson, Eric the Red, and son Leif Erikson, discovered Iceland, Greenland, and the coastline as far south as the northeastern American states in the late tenth century. It would be several centuries before other European peoples explored the Americas.

    77. Spanish Colonization Of The New World - Encyclopedia Article About Spanish Colon
    were soon set out to conquer and evangelize this new world . de Nizza on a voyageto the north, to new Mexico Hernán Cortés, francisco pizarro, Bartolomé de colonization of the New World
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    Spanish colonization of the New World
    Word: Word Starts with Ends with Definition Spanish colonization of the Americas began with the arrival in the Americas The Americas (sometimes referred to as America ) is the area including the land mass located between the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean, generally divided into North America and South America. The term also usually includes the Caribbean, the islands in and around the Caribbean Sea, and Greenland, though not Iceland, for cultural and historical reasons. The isthmus of Central America is usually considered geographically part of North America. The Americas are often also described collectively as the Western Hemisphere or the New World.
    Click the link for more information. of Christopher Columbus Christopher Columbus (1451 - May 20, 1506) was an explorer and trader who crossed the Atlantic Ocean and reached the Americas in 1492 under the flag of Castile, a part of Spain. He had been searching for a new route to the Asian Indies. Christian Europe, long allowed safe passage all the way to China under the Pax Mongolica (Mongol peace), was now, after the Ottoman Turks defeated

    78. Explorers
    Coronado francisco Vazquez de Coronado from Desert USA; Discoverers Web AcademyFerdinand Magellan; European Explorers in the new world Magellan. pizarro
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    Social Studies Standard:
    • Understands selected attributes and historical developments of societies in Africa, the Americas, Asia,and Europe.
    Technology Standard:
    • Students will increase their ability to use technology and its applications to maximize productivity and skill development.
    Social Studies Benchmark:
    • Knows about European explorers of the11th, 15th and 16th centuries, their reasons for exploring, the information gained from their journeys, and what happened as a result of their travels.
    Technology Benchmark:
    • Students can use writing tools of spell check, thesaurs, find/change, word count.
    Social Studies Objective:
    • The students will research and create a ten minute interview with a selected explorer.
    Task Definition:
    • What famous explorers of the 11th, 15th, and 16th centuries should I choose to research? What information do I need to know?

    79. History
    francisco pizarro, c.14751541, was the Spanish conquistador after the discoveryof the new world (Nueva España Nine years later pizarro formed a partnership
    The Conquistador searched not for gold, but for the richness of grandeur (Salvador de Madariaga). Orellana was one of the tragic heroes of the Conquistadors (Ricardo de la Cierva) "Protect us under the shade of your wings" (Legend of the heraldry of Orellana). Francisco de Orellana
      c. 1511 - Trujillo, Spain d. 1546 – Amazon River Basin, Brazil
    Francisco de Orellana was the Spanish explorer who discovered the Amazon River. He took part in Francisco Pizarro's conquest of Peru in the 1530s. He was about 16 years old when he arrived in "Las Indias. As a relation to the Pizarro family, Francisco de Orellana supported the Pizarros in their conquests in the New World. Francisco Pizarro, c.1475-1541, was the Spanish conquistador who secured Peru for Spain. Shortly after the discovery of the New World (Nueva España), Pizarro went to Hispaniola with Hernan Cortes. Nine years later Pizarro formed a partnership with fellow adventurer Diego de Almagro to explore lands of South America. Their first expedition reached the San Juan River in Colombia. In an effort to expand his conquests, Pizarro went to Spain (1528) and appealed directly to the king. They reached agreement and the King of Spain put under Pizarro's command, all of Peru, its subjects, and its wealth. Pizarro was made a knight of Santiago (1529) and governor and captain general of the conquered lands. His partner De Almagro, who received lesser favors from the King, felt that he had been cheated. A dispute broke out between Pizarro and Almagro concerning limits of jurisdiction. In the ensuing battle of "Salinas"(April 26

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