October 25, 1492 in History
Event:
Christopher Columbus and ship Santa Maria land in Dominican Republic




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Christopher Columbus History:
May 20, 1506 - Christopher Columbus, explorer, dies in poverty, in Spain at 55
September 18, 1502 - Christopher Columbus lands at Costa Rica on his 4th and last voyage
August 1, 1498 - Christopher Columbus lands on "Isla Santa" near Venezuela
July 31, 1498 - Christopher Columbus discovers island of Trinidad
May 5, 1494 - On 2nd voyage to New World, Christopher Columbus sights Jamaica
May 4, 1494 - Christopher Columbus lands in Jamaica
November 19, 1493 - Christopher Columbus discovers Puerto Rico, on his 2nd voyage
November 3, 1493 - Christopher Columbus discovers island of Dominica
October 30, 1493 - Christopher Columbus discovers island of Dominica
March 15, 1493 - Christopher Columbus returns to Spain after 1st new world voyage
January 9, 1493 - 1st sight of manatees by Christopher Columbus
November 15, 1492 - Christopher Columbus notes 1st recorded reference to tobacco
November 5, 1492 - Christopher Columbus learns of maize (corn) from Indians of Cuba
October 27, 1492 - Christopher Columbus discovers Cuba and claims it for Spain
April 17, 1492 - Christopher Columbus signs contract with Spain to find Indies


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