"New World Beginnings"
Indirect Discoverers of the New World
The American continents were slow to yield their virginity. The all-conquering Romans, a half century after the birth of Christ, expanded their empire northwestward as far as Britain.
America was to be a child of Europe, not of a specific country, such as England.
Christian crusaders must take high rank among the indirect discoverers of America. Whatever their true motives, they were avowedly attempting to wrest the Holy Land from the polluting hand of the Moslem infidel.
By the time the strange-smelling goods reached the Italian merchants at Venic…
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