Appalachia as contested borderland of the early modern Atlantic, 1528-1715 (Book, 2021) [WorldCat.org]
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Appalachia as contested borderland of the early modern Atlantic, 1528-1715

Author: Kimberly C Borchard
Publisher: Tempe, Arizona Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies 2021
Series: Medieval and Renaissance texts and studies, volume 574.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From Apalache to Appalachia: El Dorado in the early Latin/American colonial imagination -- Appalachian El Dorado: the Spanish Genesis, 1528-1561 -- Mines of copper, which I think to be golde: French Florida in the sixteenth century, 1562-1565 -- The mountain range that comes from Zacatecas... contains much silver: Pedro Menéndez de Avilés and the Appalachian backbone of the Spanish Empire, 1565-1584 -- The end of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kimberly C Borchard
ISBN: 9780866986328 0866986324
OCLC Number: 1266258977
Accession No: (DE-627)1768319472 (DE-599)KXP1768319472
Notes: Includes bibliographical references (pages 165-181) and index.
Description: x, 192 Seiten Illustrationen, Karten 23 cm
Contents: From Apalache to Appalachia: El Dorado in the early Latin/American colonial imagination --
Appalachian El Dorado: the Spanish Genesis, 1528-1561 --
Mines of copper, which I think to be golde: French Florida in the sixteenth century, 1562-1565 --
The mountain range that comes from Zacatecas... contains much silver: Pedro Menéndez de Avilés and the Appalachian backbone of the Spanish Empire, 1565-1584 --
The end of Spanish exclusivism and the first exploration of the Apalataean Mountains from the Virginia Colony, 1611-1682 --
Appalachian mines and the closing of the Mississippian shatter zone, 1690-1715.
Series Title: Medieval and Renaissance texts and studies, volume 574.
Responsibility: by Kimberly C. Borchard.

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From Apalache to Appalachia: El Dorado in the early Latin/American colonial imagination -- Appalachian El Dorado: the Spanish Genesis, 1528-1561 -- Mines of copper, which I think to be golde: French Florida in the sixteenth century, 1562-1565 -- The mountain range that comes from Zacatecas... contains much silver: Pedro Menéndez de Avilés and the Appalachian backbone of the Spanish Empire, 1565-1584 -- The end of Spanish exclusivism and the first exploration of the Apalataean Mountains from the Virginia Colony, 1611-1682 -- Appalachian mines and the closing of the Mississippian shatter zone, 1690-1715.

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