General history of the deeds of the Castilians in the islands and continent of the (western) ocean / written by Antonio de Herrera, chronicler-in-chief to His Majesty for the Indies and his chronicler for Castille. [ca. 1880]

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Herrera y Tordesillas, Antonio, d. 1625. General history of the deeds of the Castilians in the islands and continent of the (western) ocean / written by Antonio de Herrera, chronicler-in-chief to His Majesty for the Indies and his chronicler for Castille.

General history of the deeds of the Castilians in the islands and continent of the (western) ocean / written by Antonio de Herrera, chronicler-in-chief to His Majesty for the Indies and his chronicler for Castille. [ca. 1880]

Anonymous English translation, made sometime before 1880, of the exploits of the Spanish in the New World between 1492 and 1526, which comprise the first three Decades of Herrera's work of 1601.

6 v. ; 34 cm.

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