2 edition of naming of America. found in the catalog.
naming of America.
James Davie Butler
|Statement||By Prof. J.D. Butler, LL. D.|
|LC Classifications||E125.V6 B9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||02022162|
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America is named after Amerigo Vespucci, the Italian explorer who set forth the then revolutionary concept that the lands that Christopher Columbus sailed to in were part of a separate continent. A map created in by Martin Waldseemüller was the first to depict this new continent with the name "America," a Latinized version of "Amerigo.". The book will serve as a companion to an upcoming exhibition at the George W. Bush Presidential Center in Dallas. “Both ‘Out of Many, One” and the exhibition of the same name .
A. American is the pen name used by a well known author from America, who is popular for writing military fiction books based on the survivalist theme. He has written and published the very successful Survivalist series in particular. This series is also known by the name Going Home series. America is my mother's middle name and my (he is 97yrs) uncle's name is Amerigo Vespucci. My mother got the name America because her mother always wanted to live in the U.S. (American dream) I'm not named after a soccer team, or just patriotism, but after a dream to become successful in life.
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Like MacDonald's book, Rodney Broome's Terra Incognita: The True Story of How America Got Its Name () is a good read, but ultimately lacks the hard evidence to support the author’s claim.
He presents a compelling inference at best. This new book features a facsimile of the World Map by Martin Waldseemüller – the first map ever to display the name America – and tells the fascinating story behind its creation in 16th-century France and rediscovery years later in the library of Wolfegg Castle, Germany, in /5(8).
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Indeed, U.S. claims to moral leadership in the name of "freedom" have always been problematic, but the book exposes the widening gap between how America. Who Is Amerigo Vespucci. German cartographer Martin Waldseemüller is credited with first using the name America in on a large panel map based on traveling accounts of explorers of the New World, and in particular those of Italian explorer Amerigo map, entitled Universalis Cosmographia, was included in the book Cosmographiae Introductio (Introduction of Cosmography).
“Most of the boys’ names most popular in America are not technically ‘American’ names but Irish names, German names, English names, Hebrew names. In the book, the author acknowledges that while Vespucci played an integral role in the naming of America, he never actually took credit for the name for himself.
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