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New World - Wikipedia

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The New World is one of the names used for the Earth's Western Hemisphere, specifically the .... Peter Martyr used the term Orbe Novo (literally, "New Globe", but often translated as "...

Who Discovered the New World? - Skeptoid

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Nov 5, 2013 ... On his heels came colonists and other explorers, and ever since he first set foot on land, the New World has been connected with Europe.

European discovery of the New World | The Gilder Lehrman Institute ...

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Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, sailing for Spain's Ferdinand and Isabella , accidently discovered the New World. Columbus had set out to find a route ...

So, Who Did Discover America? | History Today

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Dec 12, 2013 ... Abu Raihan al-Biruni, an Islamic scholar from Central Asia, may have discovered the New World centuries before Columbus – without leaving ...

Coming to America: Who Was First? : NPR

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Oct 8, 2007 ... Most of us were taught that Christopher Columbus discovered ... Who discovered America? ... What did Leif Erikson make of this New World?

Columbus reaches the New World - Oct 12, 1492 - HISTORY.com

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During his lifetime, Columbus led a total of four expeditions to the New World, discovering various Caribbean islands, the Gulf of Mexico, and the South and ...

The Viking Explorer Who Beat Columbus to America - History in the ...

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Oct 8, 2013 ... Half a millennium before Columbus “discovered” America, those Viking ... recounted Eriksson's exploits in the New World around A.D. 1000.

Discovery and Settlement of the New World - AP U.S. History Topic ...

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By the time of the European “discovery” of the New World, there were perhaps as many as 100 million native Americans, the vast majority living in Central and ...

Discovery and Colonization of the New World - American History ...

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Since the enormous geographical expanse of the New World had yet to be discovered, no one at the time realized the treaty's favorable ramifications for Spain.

The Discovery of the New World and the End of the Old| Lectures in ...

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As a result, we are much more aware of the effect of the Discovery of the New World, as the Europeans conceived it, upon the Americas, than the effect that the  ...