History 2

History 2

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  • Marco Polo published his book “Travels” and Europeans are awakened to how large the world is.
  • YES! WITH THIS NEW BOOK WE'RE GOING TO EXPLORE THE WHOLE WORLD. THE TREE OF US.
  • This is my new book "Travels", in it you will have an idea of how large the world is!
  • I still can't believe the new printer is the reason this is all happening, thank god for that printer.
  • Vasco da Gama first to reach India
  • I can't believe we did it, Vasco, you're possibly the smartest person I've met.
  • We did it boys! We've found LAND, this is going to be OURS.
  • IT'S TIME FOR THE CELEBRATION!
  • Amerigo Vespucci reaches South America
  • A year later, in South America
  • Look at all these pretty flowers and trees, this is paradise.
  • WE'RE GOING TO BECOME HISTORY, THIS IS AWESOME
  • WELCOME, TO SOUTH AMERICA, this is our new beginning.
  • Marco Polo published his book “Travels” and Europeans are amazed at how large the world is, this book gave people descriptions of faraway places such as modern-day Iraq, Japan, India, etc. (1477)
  • Magellan circumnavigates the globe
  • We are going to circumnavigate the world people!
  • Vasco da Gama first to reach India by sailing around Africa. (1498)
  • Jacques Cartier sails up the St. Lawrence river.
  • Good job Jacques! We're at the St. Lawerence river.
  • Look at this water, it looks crystal clear!
  • Amerigo Vespucci reaches South America. (1499)
  • Jacques Cartier sails up the St. Lawrence river, claiming it for France.
  • Yeah no kidding it's a great idea, you would worshiped like a god.
  • That's actually a great idea.
  • Magellan circumnavigates (sailor/travel all the way around something, especially the world). the globe (The year 1519 - 1522)
  • It took us 3 years to to this! No one is going to beat our record
  • We're going to navigate the entirety of the world and become rich.
  • Jacques Cartier sails up the St. Lawrence river (1535)
  • Yeah it's amazing! Can't believe we found this.
  • Jacques Cartier sails up the St. Lawrence river, claiming it for France. (1535)
  • I should claim this river for France, they would be so grateful!
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