Alexander, Gary
September 2003
Human Events;9/15/2003, Vol. 59 Issue 31, p22
Highlights the important dates for the month of September in the American history. Voyage of Christopher Columbus from Gomera, the Canary Island to the Bahama chain of islands in September 6, 1492; Discovery of land on the California Coast by Captain Juan Cabrillo on September 28, 1542; Voyage of the Pilgrims from Plymouth, England to America on the Mayflower on September 16, 1620.


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