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Discovery (1492)
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Conquistadors Spanish explorers intent on conquering lands in the name of the Spanish Crown and Catholic Church Gold, Power, and Reputation We will discuss how they earned the reputation portrayed by Le Monye Slave Raids Take to Caribbean or Mexico/ Central America Spanish figures in early Florida (sources) Ponce de León Pánfilo de Narváez Hernando de Soto Pedro Menéndez de Avilés (Ft. Caroline)
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Ponce De Leon (1513) Gold and Fountain (slaves) 1 st voyage encountered Tequesta, Ais, Calusa Survived by raiding the Calusa As word of Spanish spread, resistance grew Second voyage unsuccessful (he dies)
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Panfilo Narvaez
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Pánfilo de Narváez (1528) Large expedition (250 to 300 men) Landed near Tampa Hurricanes and Natives killed most Took 5 makeshift rafts to Mexico. Three sunk, but two rafts with 80 men reached Galveston Island By 1533 four survivors reach Vera Cruz
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De Soto (1539-1542) Served with Pizarro in
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