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Guanahani:

see San SalvadorSan Salvador,
island of the Bahamas, West Indies. Many historians believe that it was the first land sighted by Columbus in the New World in 1492. The indigenous population called it Guanahani, and it has also been named Watling or Watlings Island.
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, island.
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El brujo Jedeco, en una reunion de la comunidad nutabe, cuenta: "Cuatro viajes realizo Colon de 1492 a 1505, en los cuales reconocio los litorales y dejo las fundaciones que requeria en los antes dominios de Guanahani, Haiti, Borinquen, Jamaica, Cubaga, Chiriqui y el propio golfo del Darien" (Legretti, 1983, p.
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