Privileges and prerogatives granted to Columbus

August 2017
Privileges & Prerogatives Granted to Columbus;8/1/2017, p1
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Presents the text of a document written by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain in 1492 outlining the privileges and prerogatives granted to explorer Christopher Columbus. Award of the title of Admiral of the Ocean Sea; Right of settlement in discovered lands; Rights awarded to his successors; Other privileges.


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