Why did Columbus go to the new world on his journey?
To find an all-water route to Asia
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Christopher Columbus went to Asia but really ended up in America
Christopher Columbus was trying to find a quicker and faster way to the Indies and went up toward North America and was the one on the Mayflower.
\nIt is said that he stopped in Galway, in Ireland - but there is no proof of this
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Well, the ships weren't exactly huge, the men survived mainly on hardtack and gruel, rats infested the ships with Black Death and there were many storms because they (at least… the Virginia Company) started off on their voyage during December. I hope that helped. : )
Queen isabela but im not sure the king
Columbus said to the new world to determine a new trade route to Asia.
the middle passage (:
Christopher Columbus went on his journey because he heard about the riches in India and wanted to find a quicker route to India (instead of walking which was dangerous because… of robbers). When he tried he found San Salvador (off the coast of Florida) also part of the US.
To find a new trade route to asia
Columbus went on the journey to find new land,spices,gold,and Chinese silk
he five fears: seamonsters, scurvy (lack of vitamin c), getting lost at sea, not knowing what to expect (could be sailing to no end), falling off the edge of the eart…h. Source(s): international studies.
Why did Christopher Columbus a difficult time finding sailors to take the journey to the new world with him?
Columbus had a hard time finding men because many thought the world was flat therefore they thought at some point they would fall off the earth, but some of them thought there… were monsters that would tip the boat or something like that. hope that helps
He wanted to find an all-water route to Asia by sailing west. He was right that one might reach Asia by sailing west but he did not know that the continents of North and South… America lay between Europe and Asia. What he accomplished was of far greater significance in the long run.
Christopher Columbus made a total of four trips to the Caribbean and to South America in the years of 1492-1504.
To look for a new trade rout to Asia