Ship Life Long Ago and Today

October 2006
Scholastic News -- Edition 1;Oct2006, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p1
The article compares ship life during the age of exploration and the present day. Long ago, explorer Christopher Columbus went on a big trip. He sailed three ships across the ocean. Sailors ate beans and meat. Today, sailors eat salad, chicken, and more. Sailors also use a computer to help move the ship.


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