Extractos de Historia de las Indias : Madrid, 1561.

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Casas, Bartolomé de las, 1474-1566. Extractos de Historia de las Indias : Madrid, 1561.

Extractos de Historia de las Indias : Madrid, 1561.

Excerpts from Las Casas' History of the Indies, dealing principally with the voyages of Columbus. Incomplete. Copied for H.H. Bancroft. The history has been printed several times, with varying volume divisions and under different titles, e.g., Historia de Yndias, Historia General de las Indias.

Originals : 101 p. ; 31 cm.Copies : partial microfilm reel (104 exposures) : negative (Rich. 393:19) and positive.

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