In the footsteps of Joseph Rock - Eastern Tibet. The Archives.
Cook - British Navigator and Explorer 1728 - 1779.
Cook - Born in the Yorkshire village of Marton on
October 27, 1728.
Cook - The Navigator.
Lancaster - The Voyage to Asia by James Lancaster,
Cabot - He was the first European since the Vikings
to explore the mainland of North America and the first
to search for the Northwest Passage.
Cabot - Not very much is known for certain about John
Cabot - or Giovanni Caboto...
- Henry Hudson
(c.1550-1611) - The life and times of Henry Hudson,
explorer and adventurer.
Hudson - An Englishman, possibly the grandson of a
London alderman who helped found a trading organization,
the Muscovy Company.
River Maritime Museum - Henry Hudson and the Half
- Ralph Fitch -
The First Englishmen in Bombay.
Francis Drake - Pirates & Privateers.
Martin Frobisher - One of the first English explorers
to sail the northeast North American coast.
The First Explorers ?
- Hoei-Shin - In AD 499, a Buddhist missionary, Hoei-Shin, came back
from a long voyage and told of a strange people in a strange
- China - Between 1405 and 1433, Emperor Chu Ti's Treasure Fleet
of the Dragon Throne ruled the entire South Pacific and
the Indian Ocean...
the Chinese Discover America? - Why couldn't a person
from China have been the real discoverer of the America's?
Rodrguez - Explorer and leader of the Rodrguez-Snchez
expedition,qv was engaged in missionary work along the
Ro Conchos in northern Mexico.
lvarez de Pineda - Commanded a Spanish expedition
that sailed along the Gulf of Mexico coastline from Florida
to Cabo Rojo, Mexico, in 1519.
Dorantes de Carranza - Early Spanish explorer, a native
of the southwestern Castilian town of Gibralen, was the
son of Pablo Dorantes.
de Espejo - Born in Torre Milano, a suburb of Crdova,
Spain. He went to Mexico in 1571 with Archbishop Moya
y Contreras as an officer of the Inquisition and there
became a cattleman.
Gutirrez de Humana - Second in command of the illegal
expedition of Francisco Leyva de Bonillaqv in 1594.
Dias - A famous Portuguese navigator of the fifteenth
century, discoverer of the Cape of Good Hope; died at
sea, 29 May, 1500.
Dias - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Dias - (en Algarve 1450-au large du cap de Bonne-Espérance
1500) Navigateur portugais.
Prez de Luxan - Entered the recorded annals of Texas
and New Mexico history through a narrow window of time,
but his observations during the years 1582-83 are nonetheless
de Carranza - Letters on the Texas Explorers.
- Estevanico - From being
a slave to being a explorer.
- Florida History - - Spanish Conquest
of Native America. Spaniards explored America in the 1540's
on trails that became our highways. Spaniards explored
America in the 1540's on trails that became our highways.
de Garay - The Handbook of Texas.
Leyva de Bonilla - A Portuguese captain in the service
of Spain, was dispatched in 1594 by Governor Diego de
Velasco of Nueva Vizcaya to pursue beyond the frontiers
of that state a rebellious band of Indians that had committed
acts of theft.
Sanchez - A captain in the Spanish army, born about
1512, was called Chamuscado because of his flaming red
Sanchez and Agustn Rodrguez - The advance of the
northern frontier of the viceroyalty of New Spain in the
sixteenth century led to the founding in 1567 of Santa
- Francisco Vasquez
de Coronado - Seeking the fabled Seven Golden Cities
of Cibola, his expedition of 1,400 men and 1,500 animals
found only poor Indian villages...
de Onate - was born circa 1550 in the frontier settlement of Zacatecas, Mexico, the son of Cristóbal de Oñate and Catalina de Salazar.
de Carvajal y de la Cueva (ca. 1540-1590). Governor,
adventurer, slave trader, and the first Spanish subject
to enter Texas.
de Moscoso - Luis de Moscoso Alvarado, who assumed
command of Hernando De Soto's expedition upon the latter's
death, was born in Badajoz, Spain, in 1505.
de Niza - A controversial Franciscan explorer, may
have led the first European expedition to explore purposefully
what is today the American Southwest.
Descobrimentos Portugueses - Navegadores.
de Narvez - Tall, robust and fair with a great red
beard and a voice that sounded very deep and hoarse as
if it came from a vault.1 Narvez was born in Spain around
1475. Around the age of 23 he left for the New World.
- People and History of
Mexico - Time Line Overview.
Historicus - Le XVIe siècle est pour l'Europe
celui de la Renaissance et des Grandes Découvertes,
de l'Humanisme et des débuts de la Science moderne.
- Santa Elena
- History of the French Settlement.
- Spanish Missions
- In Georgia.
- In the early sixteenth century native people who spoke
the Timucua language occupied most of the northern one-third
of peninsular Florida (east of the Aucilla River).
de Luna - Member of a Castilian family of the Borobia
estates in the villas of Cicia and Borobia in Spain.
Gutirrez (Jusephe, Jos, Joseph) - A native of Culhuacan,
a short distance north of Mexico City, was a Mexican Indian
- Vasco Nuez
de Balboa - Balboa sailed to Hispaniola in 1501 on
an expedition under Rodrigo de Bastidas and Juan de la
de Zaldvar - The younger, Spanish explorer and soldier,
was probably born in Zacatecas, a mining town on the frontier
of northern Mexico, about 1573.