The discovery of North America; a critical, documentary, and historic investigation, with an essay on the early cartography of the New world, including descriptions of two hundred and fifty maps or globes existing or lost, constructed before the year 1536; to which are added a chronology of one hundred voyages westward, projected, attempted, or accomplished between 1431 and 1504; biographical accounts of the three hundred pilots who first crossed the Atlantic; and a copious list of the original names of American regions, caciqueships, mountains, islands, capes, gulfs, rivers, towns, and harbours. By Henry Harrisse.

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Main Author: Harrisse, Henry, 1829-1910
Format: Book
Published: London, Paris, Rochdale, Eng., H. Stevens and son; H. Welter J. Clegg, print. Aldine press 1892.

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Call Number: E101 .H3 1961
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