4 edition of expedition of Pedro de Ursúa & Lope de Aguirre in search of El Dorado and Omagua in 1560-1. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Translated from Fray Pedro Simón"s "Sixth historical notice of the conquest of tierra firme" by William Bollaert. With an introd. by Clements R. Markham.|
|Series||Works issued by the Hakluyt Society, 1st ser., 28, Works issued by the Hakluyt Society ;, 1st ser., no. 28.|
|Contributions||Bollaert, William, 1807-1876, tr., Markham, Clements R. Sir, 1830-1916, ed.|
|LC Classifications||G161 .H22 no. 28, E125.A35 .H22 no. 28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||liii, 237 p.|
|Number of Pages||237|
|LC Control Number||79162707|
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The novel Ursúa by William Ospina has become one of the main references concerning Pedro de Ursúa. The book provides details about the life of Ursúa and makes a general account of the events happening Born:Baztan, Navarra. ESPINOSA-OLIVARES-AGUIRRE expedition of Isidro Félix de Espinosa, Antonio de San Buenaventura y Olivares, and Pedro de Aguirre of resulted from a combination of Spanish presence on the Rio Grande, international considerations, and continued interest in missionizing the Tejas Indians.
In the early s, a cluster of three missions and a. Feb 8, - Tulio and Chel from "The Road to El Dorado." Setting: Seville, Spain and El Dorado (possibly in modern day Mexico).
Inspired by "The Man Who Would Be King" by Rudyard Kipling. English. El Dorado () (Region 2) It is the story of Pedro de Ursúa, the attractive and young captain of the expedition, winner of the black maroons of the Paraná.
It is the story of Lope de Aguirre, a Basque with delusions of grandeur who joined Ursúa's expedition to find what he had not found in his life: peace. It is the story of Elvira /5(12). Juan de Saavedra (.
in Valparaíso de Arriba, Cuenca, Spain – in Chuquinga, Peru) was a Spanish conquistador in Peru and Chile, and the discoverer of the site of Valparaíso, Chile.
Biography. Saavedra was a soldier in the command of Diego de Almagro.: In the first expedition to Chile, inAlmagro sent Saavedra to reconnoiter the coast of Chile, in the. Oct 6, - The gold raft representing the ancient Inca legend of El Dorado at the Museo del Oro in Bogota Cuida tu salud.
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Both failed as a result of native hostilities, bad weather, and lack of provisions. Pedro de los Ríos, the Governor of Panama, made an effort to recall Pizarro, but the conquistador resisted and remained in the south.
In Aprilhe reached northern Peru and found the natives rich with precious metals. trade that operated from the late 16th to early 19th centuries, carrying enslaved Africans, cash crops, and manufactured goods between West Africa, Caribbean or American colonies and the European colonial powers.
Diego de Almagro (–July 8, ) was a Spanish soldier and conquistador, famous for his role in the defeat of the Inca Empire in Peru and Ecuador and his later participation in a bloody civil war among the victorious conquistadors.
He rose from humble beginnings in Spain to a position of wealth and power in the New World, only to be defeated by his former.
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Perez sailed from Mexico on behalf of Spain, reaching the Pacific Northwest during the summer of. Expedition into New Mexico made by Antonio de Espejo,as revealed in the journal of Diego Perez de Luxan, a member of the party: Publication Type: Book: Authors: Pérez de Luxán, D: Place Published: Los Angeles, CA: Publisher: The Quivira society: Year: Keywords: Indians of North America – New Mexico, New Mexico.
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Born in Zacatecas, Mexico, in the mid-sixteenth century, Don Juan was the prominent son of an aristocratic silver-mining family.
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Dominguez-Escalante Expedition Father Silvestre Velez de Escalante. There are many locations on the Colorado Plateau bearing the name "Escalante" -- the Escalante Ruins of western Colorado, the town of Escalante, Utah, the Escalante River which runs through the town and the newly created Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
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With the exception of a twelve-year period from towhen the Spaniards were driven out of New Mexico by the Pueblo Revolt, Spain maintained its control over the frontier province until José Antonio Chávez de Vaca leads an expedition in to California but is denied entrance to Los Angeles by authorities.
Gregorio Montoya arrives in California from New Mexico in Wolfskill and Yount and 20 trappers leave New Mexico in September and arrive in California in February Collection C Southwest maps: Map of the route of the Dominguez-Escalante expedition ofdrawn in C lick here to search other Southwest maps descriptions.
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History 1. Discuss 2 Spaniard expeditions. Spanish became interest in expedition of Arizona in Antonio de Espejo led 9 soldiers and over a hundred Zunis in search of precious metals through the north central part of the state of Arizona, Eapejo traded with the Hopis and Claimed their territory for Philip II of Spain.
He found sliver and cooper deposits around Jerome. The title promises less than the book delivers, as Hoig also describes the expeditions of Chamuscado, Espejo, Castaño de Sosa, and Bonilla and Humaña.
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New Vessel (), $ (p) ISBN Edición en inglés. Jugadores: Edad: 14+ Duración: min. Componentes: 6 Character cards, 9 Jungle cards, 56 Adventure cards, 2 Reference cards, 2 Playing pieces, 24 Health tokens, 24 Food tokens, 12 Ammo tokens, 2 Expedition leader tokens Legendary explorer Percy Fawcett marched deep into the Amazon in search of El Dorado.
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