By Raymond D. Irwin
Books on Early American heritage and tradition, 1971-1980: An Annotated Bibliography keeps a sequence of bibliographies directory book-length works on North the US and the Caribbean sooner than 1815. crucial for students, librarians, and scholars of early the US, the booklet surveys approximately 1,200 monographs, essay collections, exhibition catalogues, and reference works released among 1971 and 1980. as well as bibliographic info each one access contains short annotations, which describe the scope and method of every one merchandise and the book's major thesis. additionally incorporated are lists of journals the place every one paintings has been reviewed and the variety of instances the ebook has been pointed out in specialist literature, and the variety of OCLC member libraries conserving the paintings. In 31 thematic sections, the e-book covers such subject matters as: exploration and colonialization, local american citizens, the yank innovative conflict, the structure, race and slavery, gender, faith.
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AHR 82: 1069; JAH 64: 430; U101: 2171; WMQ 34: 664-66. 127 Deloffre, Frederic and Melahat Menemencioglu, ed. Journal d'un voyage fait aux Indes Orientates, 1690-1691 par Robert Challes, ecrivain du roi. Paris : Mercure de France, 1979. 654 p. 98/04/2. Citations: 5. Holdings: 140. Publishes the journal of Challes (1659-1721), which details his journey to India on board the Ecueil from February 1690 to August 1691. Includes information on food, winds, ports, interesting animals and plants, battles with English and Dutch ships, and the customs of natives.
155 Quinn, David Beers. England and the Discovery of America, 1481-1620: From the Bristol Voyages of the Fifteenth Century to the Pilgrim Settlement at Plymouth: The Exploration, Exploitation, and Trial-and-Error Colonization of North America by the English. New York: Knopf, 1974. xxiv, 497 p. 1/7. Citations: 43. Holdings: 1142. Contends that, based on the John Day letter, the "Britsol men" discovered North America before John Cabot's 1497 voyage, perhaps in the early 1480s. Discusses the lost colony of Roanoke and information the English had about America prior to permanent settlement.
JAH60: 774-75; WMQ31: 327-30. 172 Lyon, Eugene. The Enterprise of Florida: Pedro Menendez de Aviles and the Spanish Conquest of 1565-1568. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, 1976. xi, 253 p. 9/01. Citations: 21. Holdings: 550. Looks at the founding of St. Augustine, Menendez's conflicts with French Huguenots, and the establishment of missions in Florida. Notes that Menendez had extensive plans for Florida and hoped to find the passage from the Chesapeake to the Pacific. Characterizes Menendez as intelligent, talented, and ambitious.