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Today is October 12, the date in 1492 when Christopher Columbus landed in the Bahamas, the first lasting European contact with the Americas and initiating the colonization of the New World. The Italian explorer had been promised, by King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, 10 percent of all revenues from any lands discovered, in perpetuity. His heirs later sued for this and settled for much less in 1536.
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