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Olenka Explorer Report.
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  • 1. By Olenka 1/13/09 Las Flores Elementary Research Report Francisco Pizarro
  • 2. Early Life
    • Pizarro was born in Trujillo, Spain 1478
    • He never went to school there for he did not know how to read
    • His parents never got married
    • He had a father that fought in the Neopolitan wars and his mother was “normal”
    • His family was poor
    • Later his mom married someone else and Pizarro had several half brothers
  • 3. Previous Experience
    • As a living Pizarro herded pigs
    • When he was 15 in 1502 he moved to the West Indies and lived with his dad’s brother
    • It is said that his dad’s brother might of helped him in his expeditions but not completely sure
  • 4. Exploration
    • His 1st exploration was in 1509
    • The ship went to Panama City and stayed there
    • In 1527 Pizarro made his own exploration down South America and had wars with the Incas until he captured the Inca king
    • Incas wanted their king back
    • If Pizarro got a room of gold & two times the amount of silver then he would give back the king
  • 5. Results
    • The Incas gave Pizarro what he wanted, but killed the king anyway
    • He became the new king of Peru (where the Incas had lived)
    • After Pizarro’s exploration Spain became the greatest country in the world
    • The remaining Incas were converted to Catholicism
  • 6. Conclusion
    • Francisco Pizarro later traveled down to Lima and there he was murdered by the king’s son
    • He died in 1541
    • Pizarro was not given a proper burial, he was left in Peru
    • Pizarro is now remembered as a bad man because he killed innocent people like children and women
  • 7. Bibliography
    • http://www.asij.ac.jp/elementary/gr5web/c5r/explorer_reports/wbender.htm
    • http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12140a.htm

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