2 edition of The journey of Francisco Vazquez de Coronado, 1540-1542 found in the catalog.
The journey of Francisco Vazquez de Coronado, 1540-1542
George Parker Winship
|Statement||as told by Pedro de Castañeda, Francisco Vazquez de Coronado, and others. Translated by George Parker Winship, with additional notes and an introd. by Frederick Webb Hodge, director of the Southwest Museum at Los Angeles. The initials are by Fred Glauser and the illus. by Arvilla Parker.|
|Contributions||Castañeda de Nájera, Pedro de, 16th cent., Coronado, Francisco Vásquez de, 1510-1554., Mendoza, Antonio de, conde de Tendilla, 1480?-1552., Jaramillo, Juan.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, , 134,  p.|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||34003005|
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Coronado Expedition, Muster Roll, Spanish law required official records to be kept by conquistadors, including the Francisco Vazquez (Vasquez) de Coronado Expedition of the American Southwest in Before the expedition began, a muster roll and inventory of armaments was written by a notary, Juan de Cuevas.. This official record has survived in the Archive of the Indies, providing. Vazquez de Coronado's petition for recovery of Encomiendas, Similar Items. Documents of the Coronado expedition, "they were not familiar with His Majesty, nor did they wish to be his subjects" / Published: () The journey of Coronado,
Chapter 1, of how Son Pedro de Tovar came from Señora with some men, and Don Garcia. Lopez de Cardenas started back to New Spain. At the end of the first part of this book, we told how Francisco Vazquez Coronado, when he got back from Quivira, gave orders to winter at Tiguex, in order to return, when the winter was over, with his whole army to discover all the settlements in those . The route of the expedition of Francisco Vázquez de Coronado, –, had for centuries intrigued colonial officials and explorers as it has perplexed modern-day historians and archeologists. Although historical documentary sources report extensively about the expedition, exact details of the route are few, vague, and sometimes contradictory.
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Notes The translations included in the present volume are found, accompanied by a history introduction and the Spanish text of Castañeda's narrative, in the editor's the Coronado expedition, (U.
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The Journey of Coronado An account of the expedition to Cibola which took place in the yearin which all those settlements, their ceremonies & customs, are described.
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A very good example of one of the printed in this limited run by the famed Grabhorn Press [Grabhorn Bibliography, no. Beautiful letterpress edition of an important document in the history of the Americas (originally published in Washington in according to Howes, W).
No dust jacket. Olive cloth boards with orange title stamping on spine. Corners mildly frayed. Back cover. Castañeda de Nájera, Pedro de, 16th cent. Title: Journey of Coronado, Source: Winship, George Parker (editor and translator).
The Journey of Coronado,from the City of Mexico to the Grand Canon of the Colorado and the Buffalo Plains of Texas, Kansas and Nebraska, As Told by Himself and His Followers. San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press. Publication Date: – Limited Grabhorn Press Edition.
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Francisco Vázquez de Coronado, (born c.Salamanca, Spain—died SeptemMexico), Spanish explorer of the North American Southwest whose expeditions resulted in the discovery of many physical landmarks, including the Grand Canyon, but who failed to find the treasure-laden cities he sought.
Coronado went to New Spain (Mexico) with Antonio de Mendoza, the Spanish viceroy, in.The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Coronado Expedition,by George Parker Winship This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
The journey from Culiacan to Cibola Francisco Vazquez Coronado—de Coronado it is.English: "The Coronado expedition, " — in format. Book by George Parker Winship; pub. Washington, History book about the Spanish colonial Coronado Expedition (–), traveling from central New Spain (Mexico) northward across southwestern North America through present day New Mexico to Kansas.
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