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Cabot"s discovery of North America

by G. E. Weare

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Published by John MacQueen in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cabot, John, d. 1498?,
  • Cabot, Sebastian, 1474 (ca.)-1557,
  • America -- Discovery and exploration

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby G.E. Weare
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE129.C1 W3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 343 p., [12] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages343
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24139973M

    John Cabots ship weighed 50 tons,was 24 meters long and 10 feet deep Asked in History of Italy, Explorers and Expeditions What discovery of Cabots was financially beneficial to England? This partly supersedes Williamson's earlier study, The Voyages of the Cabots and the English Discovery of North America (). An important contribution, in Italian, is Roberto Almagià, Gli Italiani: Primi esploratori dell'America (), which contains a long chapter on both John and Sebastian Cabot.

    2 Wm. Robertson, The History of the Discovery and Settlement of America (N.Y., ), p. 3 John G. Kohl, A History of the Discovery of Maine (Portland, ), pp. 4 Sofus Larsen, The Discovery of North America Twenty Years Before Columbus (Copenhagen-London, ). The voyages of John and Sebastian Cabot and their English contemporaries were made, for the most part, in search of a westward passage to Asia, and they resulted in the revelation of North America. The evidences are printed here, with an indication of their origins. Some are obscure in meaning, incomplete in statement, or mutually contradictory; and we are left with the certainty .

    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Voyages of the Cabots Discovery of North America [Argonaut Press #7] Exploration at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! New-found-land. After a first, aborted, attempt, Cabot sailed out of Bristol on a small foot long ship named Matthew in May with a crew of 18 men, sailing past Ireland and across the 24 June Cabot sighted land and called it ‘New-found-land’, believing it to be Asia and claiming it in the name of King Henry VII.


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John Cabot was an Italian explorer, one of the first who tried sailing westward to reach the riches of Asia. In May he sailed from England to.

With this year marking the five-hundredth anniversary of the voyage of explorer John Cabot to North America, signaling post-medieval Europe's discovery of the continent [see page 16], the author here uses maps, period artwork, and modern photography to recount not only what is known about the original voyage, but also the efforts to reconstruct Cabot's vessel the 5/5(2).

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John Cabot’s Discovery of North America () [Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot) was a native of Genoa and a citizen of Venice, who obtained letters-patent from Henry VII of England in for a voyage of discovery. In the summer ofhe crossed the Atlantic and discovered the mainland of North America—probably the Labrador coast.

The story of John Cabot's voyage from Bristol to North America in "The Matthew", and of preparations for a th-anniversary voyage in a full-sized replica ship in May The book is part historical detective work and part insight into life in /5.

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John Cabot (c. disappeared May ), born Giovanni Caboto, was a Venetian explorer and navigator known for his voyage to North America, where he claimed land in Canada for England.

• The Discovery of America • The Letter of Columbus to Luis De Sant Angel Announcing His Discovery • Reception of Columbus in Spain • Papal Bull Dividing the New World • The Discovery of the Mainland by the Cabots • Peter Martyr's Account • The Voyages of the Cabots • John Cabot's Discovery of North America5/5(1).

Would North America be the same without the lives of two boys, both born in the same walled city in. Cristoforo Colombo and Giovanni Caboto left Genoa separately as young men, went on to organize a few entrepreneurial sailing trips, and ended their lives as Christopher Columbus and John Cabot, the two men whose landfalls in the Americas formalized the European discovery.

The Discovery of the Mainland by the Cabots As early as the reign of Edward III, sailors from Genoa and other foreign ports had served in the English navy. The increasing confusions of Italy after the French invasion naturally tempted her seamen to transfer their skill to the rising powers of western Europe.

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Books. Free online books on voyages and expeditions of discovery in North America and the world until the Jamestown settlement in American History – Before Hint: When a book you want to borrow at Internet Archive is already checked out, go to the Internet Archive’s ‘Search’ box, check “Search Metadata”, and search for the book.

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Cabot was an Italian navigator and explorer whose 'discovery' of North America is commonly held to be the first European voyage to the continent since Norse exploration of the Americas in the.

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John Cabot (c): Voyage to North America, John Cabot, in Italian Giovanni Caboto, was born in Genoa, Although a citizen of Venice, he obtained letters-patent from Henry VII of England in for a voyage of discovery. John Cabot Timeline Timeline Description: John Cabot was an Italian navigator and explorer.

He discovered and claimed North America in the name of King Henry VII of England. He was the first modern European to land on the mainland of North America.

John Cabot, the Discoverer of North-America and Sebastian, His Son: A Chapter of the Maritime History of England Under the Tudors, Henry Harrisse B.F. Stevens, - America -. The royal letters patent were issued in response to a petition, received by the king a short time previously, which has been called by an English historian, G.

E. Weare, "so far as we know up to the present time, the earliest document which in any way relates to the discovery of North America by John Cabot." It is without date, and as follows.Book Description: This study was prepared in an attempt to clarify seemingly contradictory interpretations of the early history of the discovery of North America, as well as to survey the early historical sources which may contribute to an ethno-historical study of .A Classic in the History of Exploration, a Judicious Account of the Role of the Cabots in the Discovery of the New World John Cabot, Giovanni Caboto in his native Italian, led an expedition to the New World in on behalf of King Henry VII of England.

He is considered the first European to explore North America since the Viking voyages five hundred years : $