2 edition of Vizcaíno and Spanish expansion in the Pacific Ocean, 1580-1630 found in the catalog.
Vizcaíno and Spanish expansion in the Pacific Ocean, 1580-1630
W. Michael Mathes
Bibliography: p. 173-178.
|Statement||by W. Michael Mathes.|
|Series||California Historical Society. Special publication -- no. 44., Special publication (California Historical Society) -- no. 44.|
|LC Classifications||F851.5 .M37|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||186|
The exhibition 'The Exploration of the Pacific Ocean: Years of History' commemorates the fifth centennial of Vasco Núñez de Balboa’s discovery of the. The Portuguese and Spanish Empires (Part I, 16thth centuries) Following the Great Discoveries at the end of the 15th century – in particular the discovery of America and the opening up of sea routes between Europe and the East Indies – Portugal and Spain established trading networks which contributed to the creation of the first global economy.
Three ships nodded with the tide in Acapulco Bay. The San Diego, Santo Tomás, and Tres Reyes were light draft vessels, able to anchor in shallow waters. Each . This information is from: V. W. Michael Mathes: Sebastián Vizcaíno and the Spanish expansion in the Pacific Ocean, and Document for demarcación it commercial of California, (2 vols., ). Galleon Ship Parts.
Mathes, W. Michael, Vizcaino and Spanish Expansion in the Pacific Ocean: [-], San Francisco: California Historical Society, Morison, Samuel Eliot, The European Discovery of America: The Southern Voyages, [-], New York: Oxford University Press, The Pacific Ocean is located between Asia, Australia, Americas, and the Southern Ocean. It is divided into the South and North Pacific, and the equator serves as the imaginary dividing line. The Pacific is of great economic importance to the countries that border it, due to its rich fish resources and important transportation routes.
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Vizcaino and Spanish Expansion in the Pacific Ocean [MATHES, MICHAEL] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Vizcaino and Spanish Expansion in the Pacific Ocean Author: MICHAEL MATHES. Vizcaíno and Spanish expansion in the Pacific Ocean, San Francisco, California Historical Society, (OCoLC) Named Person: Sebastián Vizcaíno; Sebastián Vizcaíno; Sebastián Vizcaíno: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: W Michael Mathes.
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Get this edition. Translation of Vizcaíno and Spanish exploration in the Pacific Ocean, Description: pages, 22 unnumbered leaves of plates: facsimiles ; 24 cm.
Series Title: Serie de historia novohispana, Other Titles: Vizcaíno and Spanish exploration in the Pacific Ocean, Responsibility: W. Michael Mathes ; traducción de. Spanish claims to the West Coast of North America date to the papal bull ofand the Treaty ofthis claim was reinforced by Spanish explorer Vasco Núñez de Balboa, the first European to sight the Pacific Ocean, when he claimed all lands adjoining this ocean for the Spanish only started to colonize the claimed territory north of present-day Mexico in the.
Author of Las misiones de Baja California, =, Vizcaíno and Spanish expansion in the Pacific Ocean,The Russian-Mexican Frontier: Mexican Documents Regarding the Russian Establishm, Santa Cruz de Tlatelolco, Un centro cultural novogalaico, Las misiones d [i.e.
de] Baja California =, The America's first academic library, Importancia de Cabo San. The westward expansion of the United States during the 19th century was not limited to North America, but rather included an ongoing push to establish a stronger U.S.
presence in and across the Pacific Ocean. This maritime expansion, driven mostly by commerce. Mathes, W. Michael. Vizcaino and Spanish Expansion in the Pacific Ocean (San Francisco: California Historical Society, ).
Cutter, Donald C. (editor). The California Coast: A Bilingual Edition of Documents from the Sutro Collection. Translated and edited in by George Butler Griffin (University of Oklahoma Press, ). The Spanish monarchs knew that Portuguese mariners had reached the southern tip of Africa and sailed the Indian Ocean.
They understood that the Portuguese would soon reach Asia and, in this competitive race to reach the Far East, the Spanish rulers decided to act.
Author of Floresta Latina, culta en honra, y alabança de dos bellissimas plantas, y santissimas virgenes, Lucia, y Petronila, Californiana, Vizcaíno and Spanish expansion in the Pacific Ocean,The capture of the Santa Ana, Cabo San Lucas, November,Sebastián Vizcaíno y la expansión e Pacífico, The conquistador in California:Las misiones de Baja California, Spanish Discovery and Colonization.
During the 15th century, the Iberian Peninsula at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea became the focal point of European efforts to reach the riches of Asia by a sea route, rather than depend on the dangerous, costly and.
Spanish explorer, governor, and conquistador Vasco Núñez de Balboa (–) crosses the Isthmus of Panama to the Pacific Ocean to become the first European to reach the Pacific Ocean from North America. Lafayette, CA: Great West Books, Coyner, David H. Vizcaino and Spanish Exploration in the Pacific Ocean, San Francisco: California Historical Society, McCarthy, Francis F.
Reps, John W. "Expansion of the Spanish Borderlands: Urban Settlement of Arizona and California in the Hispanic Era.". Exploring the Atlantic: Portuguese and Spanish Voyages Before Columbus.
Source. African Coast. Portuguese navigators spearheaded Europe ’ s ventures into uncharted waters at the dawn of the age of exploration and expansion.
From their homeland at Europe ’ s southwestern tip, early-fifteenth-century Portuguese mariners set out on voyages along the unfamiliar coast of Africa.
An equivalently stable settlement is not achieved in continental America untilwhen Balboa founds Santa María la Antigua del Darién (the site from which, inhe makes his expedition to the Pacific). Thereafter the speed of Spanish expansion and consolidation over a vast region is astonishing.
Michael Mathes, Asociate Professor of History, University of San Francisco, specializes in the field of Colonial Mexico and Spanish California is the author of articles in the field including a documentary series (8 projected volumes, 4 volumes published) on Spanish California, Vizcaino and Spanish Expansion in the Pacific Ocean,and volumes in Baja California Travels.
Michael Mathes, Sebastian Vizca ino and Spanish Expansion in the Pacific Ocean, (San Francisco: California Historical Society, ), pp. 6 Leo Bagrow, History of Cartography (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, ), pp. The Linked Data Service provides access to commonly found standards and vocabularies promulgated by the Library of Congress.
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Reviewed by Dr. Michael Mathes, Associate Professor of History at the University of San Francisco and author of Vizcaíno and Spanish Expansion in the Pacific Ocean:and various other books and articles on the early Spanish Californias, in English and Spanish.
Book Description: Navigating the Spanish Lake examines Spain’s long presence in the Pacific Ocean (–) in the context of its global empire. Building on a growing body of literature on the Atlantic world and indigenous peoples in the Pacific, this pioneering book investigates the historiographical “Spanish Lake” as an artifact.
Navigating the Spanish Lake examines Spain’s long presence in the Pacific Ocean (–) in the context of its global empire. Building on a growing body of literature on the Atlantic world and indigenous peoples in the Pacific, this pioneering book investigates the historiographical “Spanish Lake” as an artifact that unites the Pacific Rim (the Americas and Asia) and Basin (Oceania.Traducción de: Vizcaino and Spanish Expansion in the Pacific Ocean: Estudio sobre la expansión española en el Océano Pacífico durante los reinados de Felipe II, Felipe III y Felipe.Vizcaíno and Spanish Expansion in the Pacific Ocean, by W.
Michael Mathes (pp. ) Review by: Francis F. Guest DOI: /