Biography of a forgotten historical figure

  

Esteban: The African Slave Who Explored America

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Esteban

The African Slave     
Who Explored America

When Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest say, "The first white man our people saw was a black man," they are referring to Esteban, who came to Arizona and New Mexico in 1539. 

After centuries of negative portrayals, this biography instead highlights Esteban's importance in early America's history, where he is usually referred to by his slave nickname of Estevanico. 

This biography dispels the myths and lies about Esteban that attacked his character and belittled his accomplishments.  Esteban is given full credit for his courage, his skill as a linguist, and his stature as a cultural intermediary who was trusted and respected by natives from many tribes across the continent.

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