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Monday, October 12, 2009

The Return of Stickman #1035 Columbus Day

I'm still looking for the true answer of which european landed on the continental United States first. Mainly so that I can blame them for everything bad that happened to those already living there.


tudza said...

How about the Chinese on the West Coast?

Here's my latest "comic" by the way:

John Eddy said...

re: European in North America.

Quick search suggests:
"The first authenticated (officially recorded) European landing in North America took place in 1500 when Portuguese navigator Gaspar de Corte Real (1450?–1501?) explored the coast of Labrador and Newfoundland. Corte Real made a second trip to North America the following year but never returned to Portugal. His fate remains unknown."