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Publisher: Chelsea House Pub (Library) (October 1992)
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Format Book 111 pages. Publication date 01 Jan 1993. Publisher Chelsea House Publications.
Format Book 111 pages. Publication City/Country United States. ISBN13 9780791015254. Categories: Biography: General. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
Sir Francis Drake is surrounded by many secrets and much inaccurate information, and down to the .
Sir Francis Drake is surrounded by many secrets and much inaccurate information, and down to the present day he is controversial. Which, in addition to history being somewhat artful and NOT exact, is reason enough for readers to approach this book as something less than holy gospel. Nevertheless, it is a good read. The Life, Voyages, and Exploits of Admiral Sir Francis Drake: With Numerous Original Letters from Him and the Lord High Admiral to the Queen and Great Officers of State (Classic Reprint).
Sir Francis Drake Francis Drake was an experienced and daring seafarer. This meant that if the American continent was not connected to a southern continent, the Pacific and the Atlantic oceans met at Cape Horn. It should be possible to sail ships around the bottom of South America, south of Tierra. This was the Cape Horn route, eventually discovered in 1616. As Drake sailed further up the coast, he plundered Spanish ports in Chile and Peru and captured treasure ships.
The English navigator Sir Francis Drake was the first of his countrymen to sail around the world. Sir Francis Drake and the Struggle for an Ocean Empire. New York: Chelsea House Publishers, 1993. His daring adventures at sea helped to establish England's naval supremacy over Spain and other European nations. Francis Drake, the eldest son of a farmer, was born near Tavistock, Devonshire, England. Sir Francis Drake: The Queen's Pirate. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1998.
Sir Francis Drake was more pirate than patriot as he raided Spanish possessions during England's war with Spain. Sir Francis Drake contracted dysentery and, on January 28, 1596, died of a fever. He was buried in a lead coffin at sea near Portobelo
Sir Francis Drake was more pirate than patriot as he raided Spanish possessions during England's war with Spain. He was buried in a lead coffin at sea near Portobelo.
Francis Drake effectively ended Spanish dominance over the seas and the New World, allowing England to become a global empire. Introduction Sir Francis Drake’s adventurous life was filled with many accomplishments. He played a major role in the destruction and defeat of the mighty Spanish Armada. This helped England to create a great empire in the New World. He also became the first Englishman to circumnavigate the globe. During his world voyage, he explored much of the northwestern part of the modern United States. His strong dislike for the Spanish motivated him to destroy and loot as many Spanish vessels as possible.