Around the world in a hundred years: from Henry the Navigator to Magellan

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Scholastic, 1994 - Discoveries in geography - 128 pages
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Examines the great wave of European exploration during the fifteenth century which resulted in more accurate maps.

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User Review  - SuPendleton - LibraryThing

This book serves as a guide for learning about the most prominent explorers from 1421-1521. It is broken into chapters which are mini-biographies of the explorers. Jean Fritz has written quite a few ... Read full review

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User Review  - temorrison - LibraryThing

Around the World in a Hundred Years is a book about the time period of 1421-1522. This book is full of maps, and other pictures. The book discusses ten explorers and their adventures. Some of the ... Read full review

Contents

Before the Explorers
9
Bartholomew Diaz
31
Vasco da Gama
51
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