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Cabrillo, Juan Rodriguez
- in 1542 he sailed up the coast of what was then "New Spain" and discovered and named San Diego Bay and Santa Barbara.
Captain Morgan's Journal
- includes links to online resources for maritime and nautical history, pirate lore, Vikings and a suggested reading list.
Cartier, Jacques (1491-1557)
- he went looking for a passage through or around North America to East Asia, as some had done before him, and many would after him.
Columbus' letter to the King and Queen of Spain, 1494
- asking the question: was Columbus descended from a Spanish Jew?
- The Columbus Doors explores the national myth and how its perception has changed over time.
Introduction to 1492: An Ongoing Voyage
Antarctic Philately: James Cook
- an account of his second voyage to determine whether the unexplored part of the southern hemisphere was an immense mass of water or contained another continent.
British Navigator and Explorer
- about his three voyages of discovery for Great Britain.
Captain Cook's Charts
- of the North West Coast of America and North East Coast of Asia.
First British Ship on the North West Coast
- excerpts for the logs of Captain Cook concerning his experiences on the east coast of North America.
Coronado, Francisco Vasquez de (1510-1554)
- he set out in 1540 in search of a golden city, called Cibola, joined by a large expedition of Spanish, Indian allies, and slaves.
Aztec Account of the Conquest of Mexico
- from the Modern History SourceBook.
Texas Explorers - Cortez
- correspondence between a student and an educator on the subject of the Spanish conqueror.
Leif Eriksson Greenland-Vinland Year 1000-2000. Introduktion
- celebrating the 1000th anniversary of the Viking discovery of North America.
Leif Ericson Biography
- a maritime history database covering all mechanically powered vessels in the period 1865-1925.
Henry the Navigator
- about the man who helped Portugal establish trade with West Africa.
Soto, Hernando de
- Native American conquest in the "New World" during the Sixteenth Century is investigated from a fresh view point.
Henry Hudson: an Englishman in Dutch Service
- under the flag of the Dutch East India Company he searched in vain for a western passage to the East Indies.
Latitude: The Science of Sailing the World
- how the Portuguese invented the science of navigation in the 1400s and how it changed the world.
Nautical History Terms for the Oxford English Dictionary
Shining Sea Foundation
- join us and help us build a new American clipper.
Ships of the World
- monthly Japanese magazine covering warships, merchant ships and maritime events. Spanish Armada
Defeat of the Spanish Armada
- King Phillip II, pledged to conquer the Protestant heretics in England and convert them to the Church of Rome. Written by Steven Goldman.
English Mercurie, The - July 23rd, 1588
- account of Sir Francis Drake's confrontation with the Spanish Armada.
Traditional Navigation in the Western Pacific
- the Carolinian art of navigation developed to meet the needs of ocean voyaging for up to several hundred miles among islands of Micronesia.
U.S. Merchant Marine
- from Revolutionary War, World War II, and Vietnam.
Naval Institute Press
- for the advancement of professional, literary, and scientific knowledge in the maritime services.
United States Naval Institute
World Ship Trust
- advances the preservation and display of surviving historic ships that played a significant part in human history.
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