Historical Documents of Florida and Louisiana, 16th-18th centuries, 1912

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Edition of 1912, in Madrid, Library of the Americanists: Historical Documents of Florida and Louisiana, 16th to 18th centuries.

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Edition of 1912, in Madrid, Library of the Americanists: Historical Documents of Florida and Louisiana, 16th to 18th centuries.

Relationship of the discovery, conquest and population of the provinces and coasts of La Florida, by Mr. Íñigo Abad y Lasierra. Texts in Spanish.

Specimen in very good condition, bound in Dutch green leather, spine with ribs, preserving original covers, signed B. Vera. Format 17.5 x 23.3 cm. 476 pages.

Interesting, historical and methodical list of documents and historical facts concerning the current territories of the United States, Florida and Louisiana. Among others we can find in this book:
“Discovery of the Florida coasts by Captain Juan Ponce de León”
“New trips of the Spanish and French to the discovery of Florida”
“Letter from the Governor of Florida, Mr. Pablo de Hita Salazar, giving an account of the war against the Chiscas. Saint Augustine, November 10, 1678 ”
“First proposal of the court of France on the cession of Louisiana. Versailles, November 7, 1762 ”
“Account of how D. Alejandro O’Reilly pacified the city of New Orleans, August 30, 1769”
“Treaty of friendship between the King of Spain and Tascaotuca, King of the Chicachas, and other Indian chiefs. Natchez, May 14, 1792 “

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