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|Named Person:||Christopher Columbus; John Cabot|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Julius E Olson; Edward Gaylord Bourne
|Notes:||"With maps and a facsimile reproduction."
Original narratives of the voyages of Columbus: Articles of agreement between the lords, the Catholic sovereigns, and Christóbal Colon. Title granted by the Catholic sovereigns to Christóbal Colon of admiral, viceroy, and governor of the islands and mainland that may be discovered. Journal of the first voyage of Columbus. Letter from Columbus to Luis de Santangel. Letter from Columbus to Ferdinand and Isabella concerning the colonization and commerce of Española. Letter of Dr. Chanca on the second voyage of Columbus. Narrative of the third voyage of Columbus as contained in Las Casas's history. Letter of Columbus to the nurse of Prince John. Letter of Columbus on the fourth voyage.
Original narratives of the voyages of John Cabot: Letter of Lorenzo Pasqualigo to his brothers Alvise and Francesco, merchants of Venice. The first letter of Raimondo de Soncino, agent of the Duke of Milan, to the duke. The second letter of Raimondo de Soncino to the Duke of Milan. Despatch to Ferdinand and Isabella from Pedro de Ayala, junior ambassdor at the court of England, July 25, 1498.
|Reproduction Notes:||Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 16037).|
|Description:||xv, 443 p. : maps, facsim.|
|Contents:||Original narratives of the voyages of the Northmen: Introduction. The saga of Eric the Red. The Vinland history of the Flat Island book. From Adam of Bremen's Descriptio insularum Aquilonis. From the Icelandic annals. Papal letters concerning the bishopric of Gardar in Greenland during the fifteenth century.|
|Series Title:||Original narratives of early American history; Library of American civilization, LAC 16037.|
|Other Titles:||Eiríks saga rauða.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Julius E. Olson [and] The voyages of Columbus and of John Cabot / edited by Edward Gaylord Bourne.|