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Ferdinand Magellan : circumnavigating the world / Katharine Bailey.

by Bailey, Katharine.
Series: In the footsteps of explorers. Publisher: New York : Crabtree Pub. Co., c2006Description: 32 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 29 cm.ISBN: 0778724166 (rlb); 9780778724162 (rlb); 0778724522 (pbk.); 9780778724520 (pbk.).Subject(s): Magalh�aes, Fern�ao de, d. 1521 -- Juvenile literature | Magalh�aes, Fern�ao de, m. 1521 -- Ouvrages pour la jeunesse | Explorers -- Portugal -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Voyages around the world -- Juvenile literature | Magellan, Ferdinand, D. 1521 | Voyages round the world | Explorers -- Portugal -- Biography | Explorateurs -- Portugal -- Biographies -- Ouvrages pour la jeunesse | Voyages autour du monde -- Ouvrages pour la jeunesseDDC classification: 910/.92 B Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Lure of spice -- World divided -- Young magellan -- Armada sets sail -- Mutiny and mayhem -- Life at sea -- Disaster and death -- Spice islands -- Journey home -- Friendship and fear -- Trade mission -- After Magellan -- Magellan's legacy -- Glossary and index.
Summary: In 1519 Ferdinand Magellan took five ships and 200 men on an epic journey around the world on behalf of Spain. Readers can follow the world's first circumnavigation by sail through a passage of disease, starvation and death.
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Includes index.

Lure of spice -- World divided -- Young magellan -- Armada sets sail -- Mutiny and mayhem -- Life at sea -- Disaster and death -- Spice islands -- Journey home -- Friendship and fear -- Trade mission -- After Magellan -- Magellan's legacy -- Glossary and index.

In 1519 Ferdinand Magellan took five ships and 200 men on an epic journey around the world on behalf of Spain. Readers can follow the world's first circumnavigation by sail through a passage of disease, starvation and death.