García López de Cárdenas, el primer europeo en divisar el Cañón del Colorado.

García López de Cárdenas, el primer europeo en divisar el Cañón del Colorado.

conquistador art - Google Search

conquistador art - Google Search

"Rodelero y piquero de las tropas de Hernán Cortés", Dionisio Álvarez Cueto

"Rodelero y piquero de las tropas de Hernán Cortés", Dionisio Álvarez Cueto

1540  Españoles en el Gran Cañón del río Colorado - Ferrer Dalmau

1540 Españoles en el Gran Cañón del río Colorado - Ferrer Dalmau

In the year 1527 CE, Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca and 600 hundred Conquistadors set sail from the shores of Cuba. Their mission, known as the Narvaez expedition, was to colonize the Gulf coast area of modern Florida. However, the well-known Spanish lust for gold seized the crew and upon reaching the shores of their believed destination, the navigators realized they were not positive where they actually were. (Info by Bill Yates) - AHE

In the year 1527 CE, Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca and 600 hundred Conquistadors set sail from the shores of Cuba. Their mission, known as the Narvaez expedition, was to colonize the Gulf coast area of modern Florida. However, the well-known Spanish lust for gold seized the crew and upon reaching the shores of their believed destination, the navigators realized they were not positive where they actually were. (Info by Bill Yates) - AHE

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Part II. Juan Ponce de Leon (1460-1521) He believed Florida was an island. He came ashore April 2nd; named it after the Easter feast of flowers, "Pasqua florida." After fighting Carib Indians of the Lower Antilles, he returned to Florida in 1521; he tried to establish a settlement, but was driven off by the Indians, and fatally wounded. He died in Havana, Cuba.

500th Anniversary of the Discovery of Florida by Juan Ponce de Leon

Part II. Juan Ponce de Leon (1460-1521) He believed Florida was an island. He came ashore April 2nd; named it after the Easter feast of flowers, "Pasqua florida." After fighting Carib Indians of the Lower Antilles, he returned to Florida in 1521; he tried to establish a settlement, but was driven off by the Indians, and fatally wounded. He died in Havana, Cuba.

Expedición de Almagro a Chile Pedro Subercaseaux - Diego de Almagro - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

Expedición de Almagro a Chile Pedro Subercaseaux - Diego de Almagro - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

BELLUMARTIS HISTORIA MILITAR: “EXPLORADORES ESPAÑOLES DEL SIGLO XVI”. Libro

BELLUMARTIS HISTORIA MILITAR: “EXPLORADORES ESPAÑOLES DEL SIGLO XVI”. Libro

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