Explorers and Discoverers: Who's Who? (Who's Who)

Explorers and Discoverers: Who's Who? (Who's Who)

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You are to show the samples of the goods which you carry along with you, and inquire what materials and goods they possess. On one of those voyages, Miguel de Urdaneta (1565) discovered the Philippines-America route, which came to be known as “Urdaneta’s route”. It was not till two years after their start and the loss of six hundred sailors that they arrived at their destination, only to find that the ruler of Persia was dead. She liked the name, and she liked still more the feeling that when its beautiful old walls shut her in no one knew where she was.

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Trailblazers: Poems of Exploration

Trailblazers: Poems of Exploration

Bobbi Katz

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For example: In 1774, the Yuma rescued a Spanish expedition which was lost and nearly dead in the desert. Imagine sitting with Joel Osteen and learning the most impacting words ever spoken to him or with scholars and analyzing the true force of Martian Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have a Dream" speech. In 1629, the Dutch ship the Batavia made history when it struck coral reefs on the Houtman Abrolhos Islands, 40 kilometres off the Western Australian coast.

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Christopher Newport (America, My Country Explorers)

Christopher Newport (America, My Country Explorers)

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There are different field trip workshops available during the fall and spring semesters for K-2, 3-5, middle school and high school levels. Do any of the English men and women who steam up the Gulf of St. It would take too long to tell of their manifold misfortunes and difficulties before they reached the lake they were in search of on 16th March 1864. He gave the proceeds of his prize to the Pasteur Institute for the creation of a laboratory devoted to tropical diseases.

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The Most Famous Pirates (Pirates!)

The Most Famous Pirates (Pirates!)

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Over the next one hundred years the Russians would learn a great deal about the geography of the North Pacific and Alaska. Mitchell also visits schools to provide presentations on the story incorporating "chalk talk," in which he draws illustrations on the blackboard. We’re going to find lots of Earth-size planets.’” Since the first confirmation of an exoplanet orbiting a sun-like star in 1995, and with only a few, narrow slices of our Milky Way galaxy so far surveyed, we’ve already struck many rich veins.

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The Titanic: Lost and Found (Step-Into-Reading, Step 4)

The Titanic: Lost and Found (Step-Into-Reading, Step 4)

Judy Donnelly

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In 2003 Lundin Petroleum agrees to acquire a portfolio of producing assets in the UK, Ireland and Norway from DNO AS for USD 165 million. The British arrival brought armed conflict and a lack of understanding, which heralded the demise of the northern Sydney clans, along with the other peoples of the Sydney basin – the Dharawal to the south and the Dharug to the west. During Cheng Ho's stay near Darwin some of his men are said to have explored deep inland, and part of his fleet is claimed to have carried out the circumnavigation of Australia before returning to China.

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Spacecraft Technology (Technology in Action)

Spacecraft Technology (Technology in Action)

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Later sailing expeditions also discarded their refuse into the environment, but the number of people involved and amount garbage generated was still relatively small. Soon the sails were swelling in the breeze, and the ship, guided by the oars, gained the open sea. Below are some of the highlights to help you begin your journey of exploration. Most share the dooming factors of poor planning and unrealistic appraisals of the North American environment.

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Lewis and Clark (In Their Own Words)

Lewis and Clark (In Their Own Words)

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Two days later, he becomes first American to visit the Russian space station Mir. — June 29, 1995: Atlantis docks with Mir in first shuttle-station hookup. — Sept. 26, 1996: Shannon Lucid returns to Earth after 188-day Mir mission, a U. I too have set sail west across the Atlantic. Cliff jumping, inflatable water toys & more. climb the giant floating iceberg, hold on tight and swing 30 feet into the water on the rope swing, or get pulled on the 25mph... Even Yale University withdrew its endorsement of the map for a while.

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Who Was Marco Polo?

Who Was Marco Polo?

Joan Holub, John O'Brien

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Reports on great events such as the fall of Constantinople, plus ancient treatises about geography and real or fanciful books about travel, inspired many Europeans to seek new venues for trade, spread the message of Christianity, and search for allies against Ottoman expansion. The use of words such as ‘savages’, ‘animals’ and a ‘godforsaken people’ connotes that Native Americans were void of any claim to humanity in the eyes of their counterparts. Vincente Pinzon and Solis explore the Gulf of Mexico and the coast of Florida. 1500 - Pedro Álvares Cabral explores Brazil.

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The Story of Salt

The Story of Salt

Mark Kurlansky

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The boat was lowered and into it Hudson was put with his son, while the "poor, sick, and lame men were called upon to get them out of their cabins into the shallop." It is exemplified by the Genoese navigator, Christopher Columbus (1451–1506), who undertook a voyage to the New World under the auspices of the Spanish monarchs, Isabella I of Castile (1451–1504) and Ferdinand II of Aragon (1452–1516). In 1957-58 there were 44 continental bases, 21 island bases, and 5,362 people involved in the largest multinational scientific research effort in history.

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Traveling Man: The Journey of Ibn Battuta 1325-1354

Traveling Man: The Journey of Ibn Battuta 1325-1354

James Rumford

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Various militaries in WWII utilized the new insecticide initially for control of louse-borne typhus. He persuades them to continue a little further until the northeast trend of the coastline becomes unmistakable. Ironically, though Kuiper speculated that such a distant disc of objects might have formed in the early solar system, he did not think it remained. But whereas Christianity was taught by peaceful means, Mohammedanism was carried by the sword.

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