Lost shores, forgotten peoples : Spanish explorations of the South East Mayan lowlands (Book, 2000) [WorldCat.org]
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Lost shores, forgotten peoples : Spanish explorations of the South East Mayan lowlands

Author: Lawrence H Feldman
Publisher: Durham : Duke University, 2000.
Series: Latin America in translation/en traduccion/em traducao.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection and translation of seventeenth-century narratives about Europeans travelling across the great Ocean Sea and encountering a people who had maintained an independent existence in the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Fuentes
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lawrence H Feldman
ISBN: 0822326248 9780822326243
OCLC Number: 427497361
Notes: "Chronicles of the new world order."
Description: xxiv, 269 p. : il., mapas.
Contents: Illustrations xiNote to the Reader xiiiPreface xv1 Beginnings. 1574-1606 12 Georgraphy of the Lowlands: Gabriel Salazar, 1620 213 Across the Ocean Sea: Martin Tovilla, 1630 554 Borderlands: Martin Tovilla, 1635 855 Coming of the Soldiers: Martin Tovilla. 1635 1166 The Lies of Friar Moran, 1636 1517 Between Two Worlds ,1653-1654 1588 The Rediscovery of the Manche Chol, 1676 1709 The Itinerary of Friar Joseph Delgado, 1677 18110 Collection and Removal, 1685-1700 18711 Raids of the Mosquito Zambo, 1704-1733 217Postscript and Further Readings, 1766-1733 221Appendices 223
Series Title: Latin America in translation/en traduccion/em traducao.
Responsibility: edited and translated by Lawrence H. Feldman.

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