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What bad things did Balboa do?
Summoned home on the pretext that Pedrarias wished to discuss matters of common concern, Balboa was seized and charged with rebellion, high treason, and mistreatment of Indians, among other misdeeds.
What does Balboa think about the Indians?
what did balboa think of the indians, and how did he deal with them? it is an “ugly” place with “ugly” people and he treats people bad.
What name has Balboa decided to give to the Western Water?
thousand Indians and two hundred Spaniards wait at the foot of the mountain as if they are the Israelites and Balboa alone is off to speak with God. Balboa knows that from this peak he will be able to see the western water, what he has already decided to name the South Sea.
What is the theme of the story Balboa?
Main Idea. Main Idea: Explains the relationship between Balboa, the Indians, and the Spaniards. Background Info: Vasco Núñez de Balboa was a spanish explorer who came to to America in the 1500s in order to explore the coast of Columbia. He is most known for being the first European to explore the Pacific Ocean.
What’s the conflict between Balboa and the Monk?
What happened between Balboa and the Monk? The monk defied and cursed Balboa and his dog. From lines (166-180) he is angered that the monk “dare find fault with balboa?” and goes on to justify his actions by stating he is a righteous God, unlike the one in Europe which devastated his people with smallpox.
What did Vasco Nunez de Balboa do for a living?
Vasco Núñez de Balboa. The 16th-century Spanish conquistador and explorer Vasco Núñez de Balboa (1475-1519) helped establish the first stable settlement on the South American continent at Darién, on the coast of the Isthmus of Panama. In 1513, while leading an expedition in search of gold, he sighted the Pacific Ocean.
What was Balboa most remembered for in the story?
What is balboa most remembered for Spanish explorer and conquistador First European to view the pacific ocean and 1513 Came to America in the 1500s What is Belboa doing at the beginning of the story
Why was Balboa warned not to climb a mountain alone?
Climbing a mountain alone Why have the Spaniards Been warned not to follow him He will use a musket on them Describe the discrepancy between who he really is and how he wants to be known Wants to be seen as a lion-noble, in reality he is a rat and pig farmer What danger does balboa face when he hears the twigs snap
How did Balboa take control of the Indians?
He was hiding on the boat wrapped himself up in a sail How did balboa take control of darien He used the natives to get control What did balboa think of the Indians and how did he deal with them One is an ugly place people are ugly and he treats people bad According to the flash forward what will eventually happen to Balboa