The specific names of John Cabot's crew members aboard the Matthew are unknown. According to Visit Newfoundland, there were 18 to 20 crew members, including a Burgundian, a Genoese barber who also acted as a surgeon, two...
John Cabot was a navigator and sailor who traveled to Canada, around Italy and around the eastern Mediterranean. John Cabot's most famous adventure was to Canada in 1497, sailing for the King of England, Henry VII.
John Cabot was an English explorer of Italian descent who embarked on two voyages to the New World. Cabot's first voyage was successful, but historians believe that he died during his second.
John Cabot was born as Giovanni Caboto in Italy, but moved to England, in 1495, where he represented England as an explorer and navigator. He lived from 1450-1499.
John Cabot successfully founded a portion of Canada, shortened the route that Christopher Columbus had taken to North America and was granted a pension by the King of England. He was a successful sailor and an explorer w...
The location of John Cabot at the time of his death is unknown. Conventional wisdom indicates that he died while on a seafaring expedition that commenced in 1498. Documents more recently discovered seem to place the expl...
John Cabot made two voyages to the New World from England, making landfall in Newfoundland, Cape Breton Island or southern Labrador during the first. Cabot never completed his second voyage; historians believe he died in...