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Vistas Leer Editar Ver historial. Juan Pardo, primero por la izquierda en una foto de Los Brincos. Emy de la Cal Teba Pardo Lys Pardo Proceeding down the French Broad River the next day, they reached Olamico, the fortified principal town of Chiaha.
There Pardo found Moyano and his men safe, but restricted to their fort. The Spaniards were impressed with the rich, broad alluvial land at Chiaha and referred to it as a tierra de angeles--a "land of angels.
After resting at Olamico for five days, Pardo struck out for Coosa, passing through several towns. On October 14 the Spaniards saw the highest mountains yet seen during their explorations--the Great Smoky Mountains.
The Coosas planned to ambush the Spaniards as they traveled from Chiaha to Coosa. To avoid an attack Pardo returned to Olamico and strengthened the island fort.
Pardo and company continued on to Santa Elena, arriving there on March 2, Juan de la Bandera was a Spanish notary who compilied the records of Juan Pardo's expeditions with explicit instructions to record everything he witnessed.
Pardo returned to Santa Elena when he learned of a French raid there. Later in , the Native Americans turned against Pardo's garrisons in the interior, killing all but one of the men and burning down all six forts.
The Spanish did not make another effort to colonize the interior of North Carolina. A stone speculated, but unsubstantiated, to have been inscribed by Pardo or one of his men is in the collection of the Spartanburg Regional Museum of History.
Considered a "portable petroglyph ", it is inscribed with a parallelogram, a pictograph of the sun pointing away from it, and the date "".
The stone was found in by a farmer near Inman, South Carolina. In , Pardo left the Florida colony to return to Spain; no further details about his life and death are known after that.
Since , archaeologists working at the Berry Site near Morganton have found evidence of mound culture, burned huts and 16th-century Spanish artifacts.
There is strong scholarly consensus that this is the site of Joara and Fort San Juan. In , the archaeologists fully excavated one of the burned huts.
They found Spanish ceramic olive jar fragments, and iron plate from a 16th-century Brigadine type armor, typical of what the expedition would have used.
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