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  <div id="title">Amerigo Vespucci</div>
  <div id="title2">"I resolved to abandon trade and to fix my aim on something more praiseworthy and stable; whence it was that I made preparation for going to see part of the world and its wonders."</div>
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    <img id="image" class="thick-black-border" src="" alt="Original portrait of Amerigo Vespucci holding a map. This portait is believed to be painted by Cristofano dell'Altissimo.">
    <div id="img-caption">Original portrait of Amerigo Vespucci holding a map. This portait is believed to be painted by Cristofano dell'Altissimo.</div>

  <div id="tribute-info">
    <h1>Timeline of Amerigo Vespucci's Life:</h1>
      <li><strong class="strong">1454</strong> - Amerigo Vespucci is born in Firenze, Italy.</li>    
      <li><strong class="strong">1478</strong> - Amerigo travels to France with his uncle who educated and trained him in preparation for a career in business.</li>    
      <li><strong class="strong">1492</strong> - Amerigo travels to Spain to assist in preparing ships to set sail. He helped prepare Christopher Colombus' ships to sail to the New World.</li> 
      <li><strong class="strong">1499</strong> - After years of working with the ships, Amerigo departed with four ships on a voyage to the New World. They believed that their voyage would take them to the West Indies off the coast of Asia.</li>   
          <li><strong class="strong">1501</strong> - After returning to Spain and working for Portugal, Amerigo returns on a voyage to South America in order to explore Brazil and Argentina. This is also the time that Amerigo began to doubt that he was in the West Indes and began to suggest that the world may be much bigger than what they believed it to be.</li>  
          <li><strong class="strong">1502</strong> - On the return voyage from the New World, Amerigo studied the constellations and named a few. The <a target="_blank" href="">Southern Cross</a> was named by him. Upon returning to Portugal, he presented his new beliefs and findings, saying that they had discovered a new continent between Europe and Asia. Thus this new land was named after him&#8212;America.</li>
          <li><strong class="strong">1503</strong> - Amerigo's travels, detailing his exploration of Brazil, were published in a pamphlet.</li>
          <li><strong class="strong">1508</strong> - Unlike Colombus, who is a controversial figure, Amerigo was a brave and intelligent explorer who earned his great reputation. Spain had to create a new position specifically for Amerigo, naming him the first 'chief navigator' for all subsequent voyages.</li>
          <li><strong class="strong">1512</strong> - Sadly, four years after achieving the prestigious position of chief navigator, Amerigo died of malaria. Though his body has long turned to dust, his name has been immortalized. </li>
      <li><strong class="strong">1538</strong> - Decades after his passing, a German mapmaker named <a target="_blank" href="">Martin Waldseemüller</a>, who had heard of Amerigo's travels, drew up a world map that included North and South America. It was called the <a target="_blank" href=""><em>"Universalis Cosmographia"</em></a></li>
  <p>Read more about the life of<a id="tribute-link" target="_blank" href=""> Amerigo Vespucci</a>.</p>
    The information presented in this tribute can be found on the <cite><a href="">SoftSchools</a></cite> website, along with other interesting historical figures that may interest you.


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