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Letter of Christopher Columbus to Rafael Sanchez

written on board the caravel while returning from his first voyage, published at Barcelona, May, 1493.

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Published by W.H. Lowdermilk in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • America -- Discovery and exploration -- Spanish

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (24 fr.)
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20990514M
    ISBN 100665589255

    The opening salutation is simply "Señor", and the printer's colophon merely states that the letter was sent by Columbus "to the Controller of the Household" and that it was "enclosed in another to Their Majesties". 6 The Latin version interprets the holder of this post as Gabriel (or, in one case, Rafael) Sánchez, who was in fact Treasurer. This is the edition of the letter now possessed by the Osher Map Library and is described in the rest of this web site. Unlike all the other published editions of Columbus’s letter, this edition was printed in conjunction with a second text, specifically a ‘prose drama’ that praised Ferdinand of Spain for the conquest of Granada in

    Letter of Christopher Columbus to Rafael Sanchez, Written on Board the Caravel While Returning From His First Voyage (translations into Latin and English; Chicago: W. H. Lowdermilk Co., ), by Christopher Columbus (multiple formats at ).   A letter written by Columbus in May , available from the Osher Map Library of the University of Southern Maine. Columbus used this letter to publicize his successful voyage; it became a sort of best-seller throughout Europe. It contains descriptions of the .

    Following his first voyage across the Atlantic, Columbus wrote a brief report on the "Islands of India beyond the Ganges." His intent was to announce his recent discoveries and to garner financial and political support for another voyage. The first edition of the letter was printed in Spanish, in Barcelona, in April Within a month, Stephan Plannck published a Latin . Columbus, Christopher () Pamphlet. Title: Letter of Christopher Columbus to Rafael Sanchez, written on board the caravel while returning from his first voyage. Title continues: "Published at Barcelona, May, " Facsimile of the first publication concerning America.


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Letter of Christopher Columbus to Rafael Sanchez, Written on Board the Caravel While Returning from His First Voyage: Author: Christopher Columbus: Publisher: Read Books, ISBN:Length: 48 pages: Subjects. Source: Writings of Christopher Columbus: Descriptive of the Discovery and Occupation of the New World, Paul Leicester Ford, ed.

(New York: C. Webster, ), A Letter addressed to the noble Lord Raphael Sanchez, Treasurer to their most invincible Majesties, Ferdinand and Isabella, King and Queen of Spain, by Christopher Columbus In that island also which I.

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Letter of Columbus to Rafael Sanchez. After his arrival in Lisbon, Columbus wrote a summary account of his voyage as a report for Ferdinand and Isabella. It was written as a letter to Rafael Sanchez, Treasurer for Ferdinand and Isabella, and clearly reveals Columbus’ Christian motivation.

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