Explorers

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Explorers

Estevanico, the first black conquistador in the New World, was with the Portuguese conquest of the port city of Azemmour, Morocco, in 1513, when Estevanico was only 10 years old. Sold into slavery in Spain, Estevanico became the personal servant and good friend of Andres de Dorantes of Bejar del Castanar.

Born in the province of Extremadura, Spain, as a boy de Soto dreamed of someday designing and manufacturing his own automobile. Even though he personally never lived to fulfill this dream, designs that he had drawn were found and later used as a model for the first DeSoto automobile.

On November 6, 1922, Carter and Lord Carnrvon entered the tomb, where they found an immense collection of gold and treasures. On February 16, 1923, Carter opened the innermost chamber and found the sarcophagus of King Tut. Howard Carter remained in Egypt, working on the site, until the excavation was completed in 1932.

Howard Carter was born on May 9th, 1874 in the small town of Kensington, London, England. His father, an artist named Samuel John Carter who drew portraits of animals for local landowners, trained Howard in the fundamentals of drawing and painting. He was Samuel Carter's youngest son.

Hernando de soto

Howard Carter

Estevanico

De Soto, a Spanish explorer, heped to defeat the Inca empire and led the first European expedition to reach the Mississippi River. From 1539 to 1542, he led a large Spanish expedition through what is now the southern United States. He became known as a courageous explorer who helped conquer the New World for Spain.

His tales of the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola led to the famous expedition of Francisco Coronado in 1540. In 1527, both Dorantes and Estevanico joined Narvaez' expedition to conquer Florida. Estevanico was excellent at learning the languages of the various Indian groups. Three years after completing the journey with Cabeza de Vaca in February 1539, Estevanico agreed to lead an expedition north into New Mexico to prepare the way for Coronado, who was considering going to look for the "Seven Golden Cities of Cibola."

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