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SHIPS PASSENGER LISTS
Columbus' Ship THE NINA
Source The Discovery Of America by John Fiske published in 1892
Take a moment to visit the Library of Congress online Exhibit of Columbus' 1492 voyage
Those who went and returned in the Nina:--
- Vicente Yanez Pinzon, of Palos, captain.
- Juan Nino, of Moguer, master.
- Pero Alonso Nino, of Moguer, pilot.
- Bartolome Roldan, of Palos, pilot.
- Francisco Nino, of Moguer.
- Gutierre Perez, of Palos.
- Alonso Gutierrez Querido, of Palos.
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