North American Exploration - Vol. 1

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Index
Acadia, 398
Actalecu, Martin de, 353
Adamnan, Saint, 16
Adam of Bremen, 48, 49, 50
Addye, Joseph, 308
adelantados (explorers), 243
Afonso V, King, 142
Africa, 140-41
Agnese, Battista, 114
Aguilar, Gerónimo de, 401-2
Aide, 312-14
Alaminos, Antón de, 194, 214-15, 217- 22, 225, 226
Alarón, Hernando de, 96, 101, 107, 274-76, 408
Aleut-Eskimo people, 15. See also Eskimo (Inuit) people
Alexander VI, Pope, 162
Algonquian Indians, 99-100, 122
Allfonce, Jean, 354
Alta Vela, 175
Alvarado, Diego de, 168, 223
Alvarado, Pedro de, 232, 402
Alvarez de Pineda, Alonso, 225, 226- 29, 234, 249-50
Amadas, Philip, 371, 372-73
Amadís de Gaula, 404
Amazon legend, 267, 268, 404-5
America: first mapping of, 138-39; map of ( 1690), 450
America (Bry), 362, 382
American East Coast: colonization efforts along, 387-90; early voyages to, 344-54; English exploration of, 368-71, 395-97; explorations ( 1632- 1668) of, 437; first Roanoke colony in, 371-79; fur trading of, 385-87; growth of fishing industry in, 357- 59; map of ( 1521-1605), 345; map of ( 1550), 361; permanent European settlement along, 397-99; southern settlements along, 359-68. See also North America
American Pacific Coast: beginnings of, 400-401; early exploration ( 1533- 1565) of, 406; map of exploration of ( 1579-1603), 414; Mendocine expeditions to, 408-19; private enterprise exploration of, 419-21; Spanish exploration into, 401-10. See also California; North America
American Southeast map ( 1590), 366
American West (Coronado exploration), 280
Anaximander, 411
Annals of Commerce, Manufactures, Fisheries, and Navigation (Macpherson), 25
Annals of Iceland, 56
Antilla legend, 131-34, 190-91, 267
Antonio (pretender to Portuguese throne), 372
Antonio de la Ascensión, Fray, 424, 426, 428, 438, 442
aperrear practice, 107, 108
Apian, Peter, 301; world map ( 1520) by, 301, 303
Arawak Indians, 213
Archer, Gabriel, 395
Arctic, 319, 323-24
Arnarson, Ingolf, 34
Arnold, Benedict, 25

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