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Christopher Columbus was a famous artist - true or false? false
Columbus asked Ferdinand and Isabella to sponsor his "Enterprise to the Indies." true or false true
The Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria were the names of the first three ships Columbus took to America. true or false true
The Santa Maria sank on New Year's Eve near Haiti. true or false false
On his second voyage to America, Columbus took 17 ships to Hispaniola. true or false true
Columbus gave gifts of gold to the local chiefs of Hispaniola. true or false false
The Soninke of West Africa grew poor from the trade of salt and gold. true or false false
In West Africa, Sundiata was nicknamed the "Fox of Mali." true or false false
The University of Sankore was founded in Timbuktu. true or false true
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