Juan de Esquivel
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Esquivel accompanied Christopher Columbus in his second trip to the American continent in 1493 and participated in the conquest and colonization of the isle of Hispaniola, where he stayed for a long time.
- Floyd, Troy (1973). The Columbus Dynasty in the Caribbean, 1492-1526. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press. pp. 57–58,71,79,109,129–130.
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