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  1. A 76-foot statue of Christopher Columbus stands in Columbus circle on August 23, 2017 in New York City. Credit - Spencer Platt—Getty Images

    As Indigenous Peoples Day Becomes More Widely Celebrated, Christopher...

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  2. Christopher Columbus - Wikipedia

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    Christopher Columbus (/ k ə ˈ l ʌ m b ə s /; Latin: Christophorus Columbus; Ligurian: Cristoffa Corombo; Italian: Cristoforo Colombo; Spanish: Cristóbal Colón; between 25 August and 31 October 1451 – 20 May 1506) was an explorer and navigator who completed four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean, opening the way for European exploration and colonization of the Americas.

  3. Biography of Christopher Columbus, Italian Explorer

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    May 20, 2019 · Christopher Columbus (c. October 31, 1451–May 20, 1506) was an Italian explorer who led voyages to the Caribbean, Central America, and South America. His exploration of these areas paved the way for European colonization. Since his death, Columbus has been criticized for his treatment of Indigenous people in the New World.

  4. Christopher Columbus - Ages of Exploration

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    Christopher Columbus (also known as (Cristoforo Colombo [Italian]; Cristóbal Colón [Spanish]) was an Italian explorer credited with the “discovery” of the America’s. The purpose for his voyages was to find a passage to Asia by sailing west.

  5. The Truth About Christopher Columbus | Fox News

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    Oct 11, 2010 · Columbus came back a year later to find that the Taino Indians killed all of them and left them where they fell. Columbus went to war with the Tainos and took 500 of them as prisoners of war, not ...

  6. 7 'Facts' They Got Wrong in School About Christopher Columbus ...

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    Jan 28, 2020 · Our rose-colored image of Christopher Columbus, daring discoverer of America, is largely based on Washington Irving's 1828 biography, "A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus," much of which was invented. The real history of Columbus is far more complicated, controversial — and interesting.

  7. Don’t Defend Columbus—Celebrate Him | City Journal

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    Oct 09, 2020 · A fter a summer of assaults on Christopher Columbus’s legacy, it’s a small miracle that Columbus Day is still hanging on as a federal holiday. Columbus has been under attack since at least 1980, when Howard Zinn vilified him in his anti-American polemic A People’s History of the United States.

  8. Why Columbus Day Courts Controversy - HISTORY

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    Oct 09, 2020 · Like many European explorers, Christopher Columbus encountered indigenous people throughout his voyages. There are three main sources of controversy involving his interactions with the indigenous ...

  9. Columbus: the Real Story | Catholic Answers

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    Oct 09, 2017 · In popular myth, Christopher Columbus is the very symbol of European greed and genocidal imperialism. In reality, he was a dedicated Christian concerned first and foremost with serving God and his fellow man.

  10. Christopher Columbus -- the hidden Jew? | The Times of Israel

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    Oct 08, 2018 · Portrait of a man thought to be Christopher Columbus by Sebastiano del Piombo, 1519.(public domain) Two fleets set sail from Spain’s Port of Palos on August 3, 1492, floating together down the ...

  11. 10 Things People Get Wrong About Christopher Columbus - TFP ...

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    Every Columbus Day is the same: Christopher Columbus is attacked. His statues are desecrated. Public monuments in his honor are threatened or removed. Every year, more states and cities change Columbus Day to “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” or “Native Americans’ Day.”