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Explorers of the New World

Discover the Golden Age of Exploration

Author: Carla Mooney

Publisher: Nomad Press (VT)

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 120

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Readers will learn about the life and voyages of several great explorers from the "Golden Age," as well as hone their navigation, mapmaking, and meteorology skills.

Explorers of the New World Time Line

Author: Ann Richmond Fisher

Publisher: Lorenz Educational Press

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 112

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An exciting new presentation of timely and timeless material. The Explorers Time Line is sure to spark students' interest in some of history's most fascinating explorers.

Explorers of the New World, Grades 4 - 7

Author: Walter A. Hazen

Publisher: Mark Twain Media

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 64

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Bring history to life for students in grades 5 and up using Explorers of the New World! This 64-page book focuses on the journey that led to the beginning of American history. The book covers explorers such as Vasco de Gama, Christopher Columbus, Hernando Cortés, Ferdinand Magellan, Jacques Cartier, and Hernando de Soto. It includes reproducible activities, questions, biographies, discussions, time lines, biographical sketches, puzzles, and a complete answer key.

Explorers of the New World

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Page: 222

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Christopher Columbus

Explorer of the New World

Author: Robin Santos Doak

Publisher: Capstone

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 112

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Profiles the life of the fifteenth-century explorer who opened up the Americas to the Europeans.

Explorers to the New World

Moments in History

Author: Shirley Jordan

Publisher: Cover-To-Cover Books

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Category: History

Page: 64

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Describes the first explorers and their expeditions to uncharted lands, discussing their motivations and accomplishments.

Kids During the Age of Exploration

Author: Cynthia MacGregor

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

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Describes the social and economic climate of the sixteenth century by focusing on the life of an apprentice to a mapmaker living in Spain during the age of exploration.

Explorers and the New World

Author: Eugene M. Wait

Publisher: Nova Science Pub Incorporated

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Category: History

Page: 228

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Being an explorer is not for the squeamish and exploring the new world brought front and centre particular types of characters. Each of the explorers described in this work was quite different, yet they shared the yearning to find something new and if necessary, to risk everything on the venture. Even though history records them as explorers they most likely considered themselves as adventurers. This engaging volume lifts us effortlessly through the centuries to a day when verve and daring were called for on a daily basis.

Explorers in a New World

Author: Edith S. Maccall

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Category: America

Page: 123

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African Explorers of the New World

By Harold G. Lawrence

Author: Harold G. Lawrence

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Category: African Americans

Page: 15

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The Top Ten Explorers & Pioneers That Changed the World

Author: Anita Ganeri

Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group, Inc

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Describes the top ten explorers whose expeditions changed the world.

The Story of North America's First Explorers

Author: Michael Burgan

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 48

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For some early explorers, the trip to the New World wasn't their first adventure. Readers will be fascinated by these daring men and what drove them to discover new lands. Each has an amazing and unique story.

The Great Explorers

The European Discovery of America

Author: Samuel Eliot Morison

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

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Category: History

Page: 752

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Describes North American voyages and discoveries of European adventurers before 1600 and early explorations south of the Caribbean

Christopher Columbus

New World Explorer Or Fortune Hunter?

Author: Jessica Gunderson

Publisher: Capstone

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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"Explores the life of Christopher Columbus through his exploration of the New World"--Provided by publisher.

The Britannica Guide to Explorers and Explorations That Changed the Modern World

Author: Britannica Educational Publishing

Publisher: Britannica Educational Publishing

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 304

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There was a time when every voyage contained an element of the unknown. Today, however, the world spreads out before us carefully mapped and plotted. One must credit explorers with this transformation. Readers will devour these tales of explorers who have pushed geographic and personal boundaries, leaving virtually no corner of the globe off limits.

Explorers of the New World

The Earliest Voyages from Europe

Author: Jane Bernier

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Category: America

Page: 47

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Representing the New World

The English and French Uses of the Example of Spain

Author: J. Hart

Publisher: Springer

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 351

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Representing the New World argues for the importance of Spain in the New World as an example of France and England in their efforts to establish colonies and suggests that this example was ambivalent and contradictory as well as surprisingly persistent in the representations of Spain in French and English texts concerning the Americas.

New World Myth

Postmodernism and Postcolonialism in Canadian Fiction

Author: Marie Vautier

Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP

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Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 339

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In this comparative study of six Canadian novels Marie Vautier examines reworkings of myth in the postcolonial context. While myths are frequently used in literature as transhistorical master narratives, she argues that these novels destabilize the traditional function of myth in their self-conscious reexamination of historical events from a postcolonial perspective. Through detailed readings of François Barcelo's La Tribu, George Bowering's Burning Water, Jacques Godbout's Les Têtes à Papineau, Joy Kogawa's Obasan, Jovette Marchessault's Comme une enfant de la terre, and Rudy Wiebe's The Scorched-Wood People, Vautier situates New World myth within the broader contexts of political history and of classical, biblical, and historical myths.

World Explorers Gr. 4-6

Author: Ruth Solski

Publisher: On The Mark Press

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Explorers of the New World

Author: Katherine Little Bakeless

Publisher: London : G. Bell

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Category: America

Page: 222

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