Christopher Columbus Essay | Christopher Columbus: A Noble Man

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Christopher Columbus: A Noble Man

Summary: Christopher Columbus was a noble man with unparalleled intentions. His overwhelming courage and unprecedented curiosity sparked the huge movement of exploration and colonization that followed. And his humanity was made obvious through his interest in making peace with the people he encountered in his explorations when he could easily have conquered them.colonization that followed.
Christopher Columbus was a noble man, one with unparalleled intentions. His overwhelming courage and unprecedented curiosity sparked the huge movement of exploration and colonization that followed. He allowed two completely different peoples to gain knowledge of each other. The people of Spain learned of an entirely new "mild and friendly race" that existed in the Bahamas, Cuba, and Haiti. If it was not for Columbus, they may never have even found out these islands existed. The people of the New World learned of the Spanish. Being far less civilized, these people held the belief that the Spanish, or "the celestial people" as the natives referred to them, "have come from heaven." In essence, both cultures benefit from their meeting, and both are happy to have been lucky enough to meet the other. Upon his arrival, Columbus recalls that the natives were "crowding the roads and...

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