Bibliography: p. 277-284.
|Statement||[by] Troy S. Floyd.|
|LC Classifications||F2161 .F58|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||73077918|
Columbus dynasty in the Caribbean, Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press  (OCoLC) Named Person: Christopher Columbus; Christophe Colomb; Christopher Columbus; Columbus, fam. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Troy S Floyd. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The Columbus dynasty in the Caribbean, [i.e. fourteen ninety-two-fifteen twenty-six] in SearchWorks catalog. Troy Floyd, The Columbus Dynasty in the Caribbean, – (), contains many references to Diego. See also Samuel Eliot Morison, Admiral of the Ocean Sea: A Life of Christopher Columbus, . See also Fernando Colón, The Life of the Admiral Christopher Columbus by His Son Ferdinand, edited and translated by Benjamin Keen (), and Troy Floyd, The Columbus Dynasty in the Caribbean, – (). Additional Bibliography. Alponte, Juan María. Colón: El hombre, el navegante, la leyenda. México, D.F.: Aguilar,
The Columbus Dynasty in the Caribbean Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, (Spanish administration in the new world) Flo Frantz, William. Introduction to the Maya: a Guide Book and History of the Maya Civilization. Merida: El Paso Publications, Christopher Columbus () is the English version of the Spanish name Cristobal Colon, and the Italian Cristoforo Colombo. His voyages of exploration were sponsored by Spain, and he made. Funded by the crown, Bartholomew Columbus traveled to Hispaniola in to meet his brother, where he was given the title of governor, Adelantado, during his brother's absences. He founded the city of Santo Domingo on Hispaniola between and , which is . Juan Rodriguez de Fonseca (–) was a Spanish archbishop, a courtier and bureaucrat, whose position as royal chaplain to Queen Isabella enabled him to become a powerful counsellor to Ferdinand and Isabella, the Catholic controlled the Casa de Contratación, an agency which managed expeditions to the New World on behalf of the Spanish crown.
One can only marvel at the vast amount of research Troy Floyd must have engaged in to assemble the mostly unknown and obscure details of the years between the first discovery by Colombus and the end of his "dynasty" in /5(1). Honoring Christopher Columbus. Warren H. Carroll, PH.D. On this five hundredth anniversary of what we have always called the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus, unprecedented attention is being focussed by historians, journalists, and public opinion samplers upon Columbus and what he did. Christopher Columbus, the man credited with discovering the Americas, was a greedy and vindictive tyrant who saved some of his most violent punishments for . 28 Floyd, Columbus Dynasty in the Caribbean, pp. 59, , , 29 Columbus to Juana de Torres, October , in Morison, ed. Journals and Other Documents on Columbus, pp. ; Isabel and Fernando to Nicolás de Ovando, Septem , in Rumeu de.