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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Nunn, George E. (George Emra), b. 1882.
Geographical conceptions of Columbus.
New York, American Geographical Society, 1924
|Named Person:||Christopher Columbus|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
George E Nunn; American Geographical Society of New York.
|Notes:||Issued also as thesis (Ph. D) University of California, 1924.|
|Description:||148 p. : maps (2 fold.) ; 21 cm.|
|Contents:||The determination of the length of a terrestrial degree by Columbus --
The route of Columbus on his first voyage as evidence of his knowledge of the winds and currents of the Atlantic --
Did Columbus believe that he reached Asia on his fourth voyage? --
The identity of Florida on the Cantino map of 1502.
|Series Title:||American Geographical Society research series, no. 14.|
|Responsibility:||by George E. Nunn.|