Originally published 10/16/2013
Columbus's discoveries pried loose European curiosity from the vise put in place by the medieval church.
Originally published 10/14/2013
Though he sailed in 1492, Christopher Columbus was not widely known among Americans until the mid-1700s.
Originally published 10/11/2013
Columbus may have left a contentious legacy, but there's no denying his voyages expanded the boundaries of European knowledge.
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