Picture Of Francisco Vazquez De Coronado In New Mexico

Picture Of Francisco Vazquez De Coronado In New Mexico

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Francisco Vasquez de Coronado

Francisco Vasquez de Coronado is today remembered as one of the pioneers of exploration of mexico and southeastern United States. During the one of his exploration in mid-16th century he searched for mystical El-Dorado, mapping the large areas of today’s northern Mexico and New Mexico.

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