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  1. ... de Ataíde, had six sons and one daughter: Dom Francisco da Gama , 2nd Count of Vidigueira; Dom Estevão da ...

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  2. ...hope of finding a trade route leading to Asia.) Vasco da Gama : 1488, from Portugal, sailed around Africa to India...

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  3. Explorers!! They all explored the West indies or SOuth America!

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  4. ... to Asia.) Vasco da Gama : 1488, from Portugal, sailed around... Francisco Pizarro González, 1st...

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  5. 1. France 2. Vasco da Gama 3. Spain 4. Horse 5. An economic theory that stressed...

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  6. ... Ocean. Vasco da Gama was the first European...maped the Mississippi River. Francisco Vasquez de Coronado ...

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  7. ... to establish trading ports in India. Vasco da Gama had sailed to India (1498-99) and brought back spices. Francisco de Almeida's defeat of Muslim naval forces in 1509 and...

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  8. There are these things called text books that you should have received when you started school Read it. You can also look it up on the internet. Make an effort, kid.

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  9. ...the Pacific Ocean from the mainland of America, were Francisco Pizzaro and Vasco Núñez de Balboa [no relation of Vasco da Gama ] on 25 September 1513 [Old Style], after their ...

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  10. ... (ca. 1540–1596), who claimed the San Francisco Bay for Queen Elizabeth; Vasco da Gama 's (ca. 1460–1524) voyage to India, making the ...

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