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2 edition of He went with Magellan found in the catalog.

He went with Magellan

Louise Andrews Kent

He went with Magellan

by Louise Andrews Kent

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Published by Houghton Mifflin company in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Magalhães, Fernão de, d. 1521 -- Juvenile fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    Map on lining-papers.

    Statement[by] Louise Andrews Kent, illustrated by Paul Quinn.
    GenreJuvenile fiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.K416 Hef
    The Physical Object
    Pagination200 p.
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6455870M
    LC Control Number43016550
    OCLC/WorldCa1460354

      Synopsis. Ferdinand Magellan was born in Portugal, circa As a boy, he studied mapmaking and navigation. By his mids, he was sailing in large fleets and was engaged in combat. In , Ferdinand Magellan took time out of his busy schedule of sailing around the world to stop in what is now Patagonia, where he found a naked giant dancing and singing on the shore. Magellan.

    Ferdinand Magellan ( – 27 April ) was a Portuguese became the first European to sail the Pacific Ocean, and the first to sail around the an's voyage proved that the Earth was round. Born in , his birthplace is recorded as either Sabrosa or Porto in Portugal. He . Ferdinand Magellan was a renowned Portuguese explorer. From to , he organized the Spanish voyage to the East Indies which led to the first perambulation of the Earth. He served the Portuguese fleet for a few years and then started working towards searching westerly route for spices.

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He went with Magellan by Louise Andrews Kent Download PDF EPUB FB2

Vasco Coelho was a young boy in the Court of King Manual of Portugal when Magellan petitioned for royal aid to sail westward to the Spice Islands of the Far King Manuel refused the petition, Magellan went to King Charles of Spain, taking with him young Vasco, whoses ove for the sea and adventure had drawn him to the great : Louise Andrews Kent.

This is another first rate piece of historical recreation in the story of year old Vasco Coeiho, page at King Manuel's palace in Lisbon, whose sense of adventure led him to 4/5. Vasco Coelho was a young boy in the He went with Magellan book of King Manual of Portugal when Magellan petitioned for royal aid to sail westward to the Spice Islands of the Far East.

When King Manuel refused the petition, Magellan went to King Charles of Spain, taking with him young Vasco, whose love for the sea and adventure had drawn him to the great explorer. Over the Edge of the World by Laurence Bergreen is a powerful page turner of the true story of what Magellan and his crew went through just to find nutmeg and cinnamon.

Many of the men brought back to life in Bergreens book are worthy of books just on their own by: 2. Early life. Magellan was the son of Rui de Magalhães and Alda de He went with Magellan book, members of the Portuguese nobility. At an early age he became a page to Queen Leonor, wife of John II (reigned –95) and sister of Manuel I (reigned –), in early he enlisted in the fleet of Francisco de Almeida, first viceroy of Portuguese India, whose expedition King Manuel sent to check.

Ferdinand Magellan led the first expedition to sail all the way around the world. He also discovered a passage from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific Ocean that is today called the Straits of Magellan.

Growing Up Ferdinand Magellan was born in in northern Portugal. He grew up in a wealthy family and served as a page in the royal court. In he went to Spain, where his plan was approved () by Charles I (later Holy Roman Emperor Charles V). Portuguese efforts failed to prevent the voyage.

With five vessels and about men, Magellan sailed from Sanlúcar de Barrameda on Sept. 20, The Strait of Magellan (Spanish: Estrecho de Magallanes), also called the Straits of Magellan, is a navigable sea route in southern Chile separating mainland South America to the north and Tierra del Fuego to the south.

The strait is considered the most important natural passage between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. It has been traversed by explorers and others throughout modern history. Get this from a library. He went with Magellan. [Louise Andrews Kent; Paul Quinn] -- The adventures of a young boy traveling with the explorer Magellan.

This source of this account is a transcription from the paper-book of a Genoese pilot," who came in the said ship, who wrote all the voyage as it is here.

He went to Portugal in the year with Dom Amriqui de Menezes." HE [Magellan] sailed from Seville on the 10th day of August of the said year [], and remained at the bar until the 21st.

On Octo he finally discovered the strait he had been seeking. The Strait of Magellan, as it became known, is located near the tip of South. With Magellan went his brother-in-law, Duarte Barbosa, and the loyal and able commander of the Santiago, João Serrão.

Arriving at Brazil, the fleet sailed down the South American coast to the San Julián bay in the region called Patagonia. He was a formidable captain, but his crew hated him. His expedition was the first to sail around the world, but he didn’t end up circling the globe himself.

His name wasn’t even Magellan. Among them, the "Book about the discovery of the Strait of Magellan" is particularly noteworthy9. It was written after by an unknown author who claims to tell the story of Ginés de Mafra, an Andalusian sailor who went with Magellan on his flagship Trinidad.

Orwell’s first socialist book was an original and unorthodox political treatise entitled The Road to Wigan Pier (). It begins by describing his experiences when he went to live among the destitute and unemployed miners of northern England, sharing and observing their lives; it ends in a series of sharp criticisms of existing socialist.

A year later, he went to Morocco in Northern Africa where he fought in another battle. During the battle, Magellan received a serious wound that would cause him to walk with a limp for the rest of his life.

4 Also while in Morocco, Magellan was accused of stealing. He was proven innocent, but the incident ruined his reputation with the. Magellan and his crew went to many islands, and reloaded on one of them.

The island they reloaded on was Ladrone Island. They reloaded there since Magellan had predicted the voyage to be much shorter, and they needed some more food before heading to the Phillipenes. Magellan's crew made a good choice to keep going because they made world history. Ferdinand Magellan (February 3, –Ap ), a Portuguese explorer, set sail in September with a fleet of five Spanish ships in an attempt to find the Spice Islands by heading west.

Although Magellan died during the journey, he is credited with the first circumnavigation of the Earth. Fernão Magalhães (Ferdinand Magellan is an anglicized version of his name) was born in approximately in the small Portuguese town of Villa de Sabroza.

As the son of the mayor, he led a privileged childhood, and at an early age, he went to the royal. Five centuries ago, Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan discovered a passage between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans — today's Strait of Magellan.

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