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letter in Spanish of Christopher Columbus written on his return from his first voyage

Christopher Columbus

letter in Spanish of Christopher Columbus written on his return from his first voyage

and addressed to Luis de Sant Angel, 15 Feb.-14 March, 1493, announcing the discovery of the New World : reproduced in facsimile from a unique copy in the possession of Mr. Brayton Ives of New York, with introductory & critical remarks, accompanied by a revised Spanish version and a literal translation into English.

by Christopher Columbus

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Published by Ellis & Elvey in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • America
    • Subjects:
    • Columbus, Christopher -- Correspondence,
    • America -- Discovery and exploration -- Spanish -- Early works to 1800,
    • America -- Early accounts to 1600

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesLetter of Christopher Columbus to Luis de Sant Angel
      GenreCorrespondence., Early works to 1800., Early accounts to 1600.
      ContributionsSantángel, Luis de, d. 1498., John Boyd Thacher Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsThacher A675, E116.2 .E1889
      The Physical Object
      Pagination47 p. :
      Number of Pages47
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3384404M
      LC Control Number2004563453

      Most of Coumbus' private letters conserved in the Archive are addressed to his son Diego. These began in , when he was relieved of his post as viceroy and governor of the Indies and replaced by Nicolás de Ovando. This marked the start of a long period of appeals against the Crown which intensified on his return from his last trip in   American investigators have tracked down a year-old copy of a letter written by Christopher Columbus, describing his first voyage to the Author: Rob Crilly.

      Much of this letter, written from Jamaica in , is devoted to Columbus outlining the many injustices and slights he had to endure after his discovery of the New World.   Rome — The U.S. has returned to Italy a letter written by Christopher Columbus in announcing his discovery of the New World that was .

        The Columbus letter was returned to the Vatican on J , thanks to a seven-year-long investigation involving Holy See antiquity experts, U.S. Homeland Security agents, Delaware U.S. attorney investigators, the widow of the American collector who paid $, for the letter, and, finally, Callista Gingrich, the U.S. ambassador to the Vatican and wife of Newt Gingrich.   A letter written by Columbus in May , available from the Osher Map Library of the University of Southern Maine. Columbus used this letter to publicize his successful voyage; it became a sort of best-seller throughout Europe. It contains descriptions of the peoples he encountered.


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Letter in Spanish of Christopher Columbus, Written on His Return from His First Voyage and Addressed to Luis de Sant Angel, 15 Feb March, by Cristoforo Colombo Letter in Spanish of Christopher Columbus, Written on His Return from His First Voyage and Addressed to Luis de Sant Angel, 15 Feb March, book.3/5.

Title: The Letter in Spanish of Christopher Columbus, written on his return from his first voyage, and addressed to Luis de Sant Angel, 15 Feb March,announcing the discovery of the New World. Reproduced in facsimile from a unique copy in the possession of the publishers, with introductory and critical remarks (by J.

Rae), accompanied by a revised Spanish version, and a literal Price: $   When Columbus arrived back in Spain on Mahe immediately wrote a letter announcing his discoveries to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, who had helped finance his trip.

The letter. The Letter in Spanish of Christopher Columbus, written on his return from his first voyage, and addressed to Luis de Sant Angel, 15 Feb March,announcing the discovery of the New World.

Reproduced in facsimile from a unique copy in the possession of the publishers, with introductory and critical remarks (by J. Rae), accompanied by a revised Spanish version, and a literal translation.

On his return to Spain, sailing in January and February years ago, Christopher Columbus composed three letters describing his first voyage west and his experiences on the islands he explored.

The letters were purportedly sent to Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand; Luis De Sant Angel (Santangel), who helped finance the voyage; and Gabriel Sanchez, treasurer of the : Janice Therese Mancuso. Christopher Columbus’s letter to Ferdinand and Isabella, (Gilder Lehrman Collection) For nearly five months, Columbus explored the Caribbean, particularly the islands of Juana (Cuba) and Hispaniola (Santo Domingo), before returning to Spain.

“the glorious success that our Lord has given me in my voyage”* LETTER OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS ON HIS FIRST VOYAGE TO AMERICA, Written into the Treasurer of Aragon, Luis de St. Angel, who had provided Castile Taíno Indians his settlement La Navidad on the north coast of present-day Haiti SIR:File Size: KB.

From Letter to Luis de Santangel Regarding the First Voyage. It is the first known document announcing the results of the first voyage of Christopher Columbus that set out in and reached the Americas.

In his First Letter to Luis de Santangel, he was very joyous, energetic, and grateful for his ability to conquer and secure many small islands and their villagers, in Asia. The letter was important in spreading the news throughout Europe about Columbus's voyage.

Almost immediately after Columbus's arrival in Spain, printed versions of the letter began to appear. Columbus's letter forged the public perception of the newly discovered lands.

Columbus, Christopher: The letter in Spanish of Christopher Columbus written on his return from his first voyage: and addressed to Luis de Sant Angel, 15 Feb March, announcing the discovery of the New world.

The letter in Spanish of Christopher Columbus written on his return from his first voyage, addressed to Luis de Sant Angel, 15 Feb March, ; announcing the discovery of the new world.

Letter in Spanish of Christopher Columbus, Written on His Return from His First Voyage and Addressed to Luis de Sant Angel, 15 Feb March, by Cristoforo Colombo liked it avg rating — 11 ratings — published — 9 editions. Letter from Columbus's First Voyage () KNOWING that it will afford you pleasure to learn that I have brought my undertaking to a successful termination, I have decided upon writing you this letter to acquaint you with all the events which have occurred in my voyage, and.

In this letter written soon after his first voyage, Christopher Columbus explained how he dealt with the natives and revealed his and Spain’s religious motive for exploring what he conceived to be, in explicitly religious terms (see Christopher Columbus to Doña Juana de Torres, ) a New World.

In addition to the converts to Catholicism that Columbus mentions, the Spanish sought gold. After an enigmatic journey with several transatlantic comings and goings, a letter from Christopher Columbus ofwhich recounted his first experiences in America and which disappeared more than a decade ago, finally returns to the Iberian Peninsula after being returned by the United States to the Spanish Government.

Upon his return in MarchColumbus posted a letter (written while still on board the Niña) addressed to the Spanish courtier Luis de Santángel who had been instrumental in supporting the voyage.

The document was quickly translated into several languages and published in various editions across Europe within the next few months, making it Author: Dorothea Schuller. Following his first voyage across the Atlantic, Columbus wrote a brief report on the "Islands of India beyond the Ganges." His intent was to announce his recent discoveries and to garner financial and political support for another voyage.

The first edition of the letter was printed in Spanish, in Barcelona, in April   A year-old copy of a letter in which Christopher Columbus describes his voyage to the Americas has been returned to Spain after U.S. authorities tracked. Columbus, born in Genoa in modern-day Italy, had written the letter in Spanish after his return to Europe in Ferdinand and Isabella, who sponsored his voyage, sent the document to.

The letter was copied centuries ago from the one Columbus wrote to King and Queen of Spain. A year-old copy of a letter in which Christopher Columbus describes his voyage to the Americas has.

Christopher Columbus Preliminary biographical and bibliographical information here. Original Source: The Voyages of Christopher Columbus, Being the Journals of his First and Third, and the Letters Concerning his First and Last Voyages, to Which is Added the Account of his Second Voyage Written by Andres Bernaldez.

Now newly Translated and Edited, with an Introduction.When Columbus arrived back in Spain on Mahe immediately wrote a letter announcing his discoveries to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, who had helped finance his trip.

The letter was written in Spanish and sent to Rome, where it was printed in Latin by Stephan Plannck.Letter on the First Voyage () Christopher Columbus Historical Background Christopher Columbus (known as Cristoforo Colombo in his native Genoa, and as Cristóbal Colón in Spain, for whom he sailed) had hopes of finding a water route from Europe to the rich supply of spices and other commodities found in India and the rest of Size: KB.