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CDECamaradeestudios.com Do you need a Spanish tutor ? Visit our website and start your classes tomorrow In 1492, Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain asked Cristobal Colon (Christopher Columbus) to find a shorter route to the Indies, and in return would receive part of all lands discovered which would be under his government before embarking on his America journey with the three caravels. The promised territory was the West Indies, called later the Columbus Viceroyalty in his honor.
Columbus was awarded the title of Don (Lord), as well he was inherited with the title of Viceroy (Granada, April 30, 1492). He also was awarded with the title of Admiral in all lands discovered or won at the Oceania sea, noble titles with hereditary and the same range as the Admiral of Castile. The title of Viceroy and Governor General on all islands and main lands he discovered or gained in these seas, receiving the right to propose to the government triples each. The tithe (ten percent) of the net proceeds of the goods purchased, won, or bartered found within the limits of the Admiralty, being fifth for the crown. The trade jurisdiction of lawsuits from trade in the area of Admiralty, as appropriate to that office. The right to contribute to an eighth of the expedition and part of the profits in the same proportion. CDEC-Chamber of Studies & Business Connections
La Capitulación de Santa Fe (1492) Cristobal colon received titles and powers over land discovered and it was established that after his death, would pass to his heirs and successors of one another perpetually. For this reason is that Cristobal colon is mentioned in history as the Admiral, Viceroy and Governor.. CDEC-Chamber of Studies & Business Connections
According to the capitulation of "Santa Fe" all these territories became part of his viceroyalty: On his first voyage in 1492 San Salvador (Guanahani), Bahamas, Cuba and La Española (Dominican Republican) On his second voyage in 1493 the islands by the side of the Atlantic between them Guadeloupe, Puerto Rico and Jamaica. In his third voyage in 1498 discovered the islands Trinidad, Paria and Margarita, and established in the La Española until 1500, when he was removed from his Viceroyship, accused of mismanagement. Colon was taken prisoner and carried to Spain, there he was tried and regained his freedom later, but lost its prestige, and were suspended its powers or duties in the viceroyalty.. CDEC-Chamber of Studies & Business Connections
That same year he was dismissed, Columbus wanted to sail and got interested again the King of Spain, who authorized in `1502 his fourth voyage... CDEC-Chamber of Studies & Business Connections
His fourth voyage was made in 1502, this time he discovered the islands of St. Lucia and Martinique, then toured the Central American coast from the islands of the Bay to the Gulf of Urabá (now Colombia). Columbus returned to Spain and stays there until his death on May 20, 1506 in the convent of San Francisco de Valladolid. His remains are now in the Cathedral of Seville. CDEC-Chamber of Studies & Business Connections
His eldest son Diego Colon and Moniz Perestrello (1476-1526) inherited the rights to his father, including the viceroyalty. However, King Ferdinand, the Catholic, refused at first to transfer all rights of the Admiral Diego and appointed him as governor of La Española in 1508. Diego then filed a lawsuit against the Crown that was settled in 1511 and ruling that rights are recognized him as viceroy, but with limited jurisdiction for those territories which had been officially discovered by his father. CDEC-Chamber of Studies & Business Connections
In 1526 dies and inherits his son Diego Luis Colon and Toledo rights to the viceroyalty. but as he was a minor, an arbitration where Louis based his rights to the crown and ending the Viceroyalty of India or Columbian viceroyalty. In 1535 was created the Viceroyalty of New Spain Luis in 1537 received the title of Duke of Veragua and Lord of a dominion of six hundred twenty-five leagues square, comprising lands of ancient gold Veragua and Castile. He was also graced with the dignity hereditary Marquis of Jamaica and the lordship of this island. (Currently, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama). In 1543, the Viceroyalty of Peru, and later two others, New Granada and Rio de la Plata. CDEC-Chamber of Studies & Business Connections
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Wikipedia the free encyclopedia: Articles on Colombino Viceroyship of Christopher Columbus and the Viceroyalty of Spain in the sixteenth century Biographies and territories of the Viceroyalty Colombino Christopher Columbus biography http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/kids/history- kids/christopher-columbus-kids/ http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/kids/history- kids/christopher-columbus-kids/ Cristobal Colon, first voyage http://www.christopher-columbus.eu/voyage-1.htm http://www.christopher-columbus.eu/voyage-1.htm Here some links to learn more about the Kings of Spain and Colon’s family: Cristóbal Colón, Diego Colón y Moniz Perestrello, Luis Colón y Toledo, Luis Colón Cristóbal ColónDiego Colón y Moniz Perestrello, Luis Colón y Toledo Luis Colón Católicos, Isabel la Católica, Fernando el Católico CatólicosIsabel la CatólicaFernando el Católico Virrey Virrey Bahamas, Cuba, La Española, Guadalupe, Puerto Rico, Jamaica BahamasCubaLa EspañolaGuadalupePuerto RicoJamaica Capitulaciones de Santa Fe, 17 de abril de 1492 Capitulaciones de Santa Fe17 de abril1492 Santa Lucía y Martinica, islas de la Bahía y golfo de Urabá Santa LucíaMartinicaislas de la Bahíagolfo de Urabá Convento de San Francisco de Valladolid, Veragua Convento de San Francisco ValladolidVeragua CDEC-Chamber of Studies & Business Connections
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