De Soto Expedition

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Acuera - Political Organization
... a new location for the town of Ocale, which was near the Withlacoochee River when the de Soto expedition stopped there for two weeks in 1539 ... Ocale was also called Cale and Etocale by chroniclers of the de Soto expedition ... of Mocoso may also have been relocated to the province of Acuera from Tampa Bay after the de Soto expedition stayed there in 1539 ...
Tsala Apopka Lake
... The de Soto expedition crossed the middle section of the Cove in 1539 before reaching the Timucua town of Ocale ... of Tocaste named in the chronicles of the de Soto expedition ... close to the same time, perhaps from an epidemic disease introduce by the de Soto expedition ...
Hernando De Soto - De Soto's Exploration of North America - 1540 – in Georgia, The Carolinas, Tennessee, Alabama & Mississippi
... having heard of gold being mined "toward the sun's rising," the expedition turned north-east through what is now the modern state of Georgia ... chevron pattern believed to be indicative of the de Soto expedition ... The expedition continued on to present-day South Carolina ...
Telfair County, Georgia - History
... originated from a settlement founded by Lucas Vázquez de Ayllón in 1526 ... Additional research suggested that the site was one visited by the de Soto Expedition of 1541 ... which is believed to be a hallmark of the de Soto expedition, due to the limited timespan in which such beads were produced ...
Chiaha - The Spanish Expeditions - Hernando De Soto, 1540
... In 1539, Hernando de Soto (c. 1496-1542), a Spanish conquistador, embarked on an expedition across what is now the southeastern United States in hopes of finding a passage to the Pacific Ocean and the Orient, which the Spaniards ... The de Soto expedition landed in Florida in May 1539 and marched north through present-day Georgia and South Carolina ...

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