Francisco Vasquez de Coronado? I have 4 of my paragrahs done about him, just one more. Any info?
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Please help this is have my grade =/
what do you have about him so far? I don't need all of the paragraphs, just curious about the info
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Spanish explorer of the southwestern part of the United States of America. He accompanied Antonio de Mendoza to New Spain in 1535; by a brilliant marriage, became a leading grandee, and in 1539 was appointed governor of the province of New Galicia. The report presented by Fray Marcos de Niza concerning the "Seven cities of Cibola" (now identified almost certainly with the Zuñi pueblos of New Mexico) aroused great interest in Mexico; Melchior Diaz was sent late in 1539 to retrace Fray Marcos's route and report on his story; and an expedition under Coronado left Compostela for the "Seven Cities" in February 1540
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Francisco Vasquez was born in the year 1510 He died in Mexico City, Mexico on September, 22, 1554. He had 1,000 enslaved Native Americans and about 300 soldiers to help him on this journey
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