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INDEX HISTORY PARADES ACTIVITIES
HISTORY What is Gasparilla? Who is Jose Gaspar?Who is Jose Gaspar? His story
WHAT IS GASPARILLA ? Gasparilla is a festival, celebrated in Tampa, Florida.
In this festival people dress up as pirates. It is a parade about the invasion of Florida by Gasparilla, when he receives the key of the city. WHAT IS GASPARILLA ?
Jose Gaspar Jose Gaspar was born in Sevilla, in 1756.
He kidnapped a girl, and had to choose as a punish between: Jose Gaspar or
Jose Gaspar One day, Gaspar took the Floridablanca, a ship, and fled to Florida.
Jose Gaspar There, he became a pirate
THE STORY José Gaspar, saw an English ship and order his hunt, but the English ship, attacked the Floridablanca, the ship lost the battle and sank
ACTIVITIES What is it? Where is it? What is he wearing? Help Gasparilla!!
What is it?
Where is it?
What is he wearing?
Help gasparilla!! Help Gasparilla to get the treasure
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Blackbeard had about 310,000 gold pieces by his 3 rd year of piracy. Blackbeard was a very rich pirate like others he would give any thing for a map.
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