Herbert E. Bolton and the Historiography of the Americas

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Appendix: Chrono-
Bibliography of the History
of the Americas
1553

Münster Sebastian. A Treatyse of the Newe India. Trans. Richard Eden. London: Edward Sulton, 1553.

1568

Thevet Andrewe. The New Found Worlde or Antarctike. London: Henry Bynneman, 1568.

1582

Hakluyt Richard. Divers Voyages Touching the Discouerie of America and the Ilands Adiacent vnto the Same, Made First of All by Our Englishmen and afterward by the Frenchmen and Britons. London: Thomas Woodcocke, 1582.

Popelinière Lancelot Voisin Sieur de La. Les Trois Mondes. Paris: Pierre L'Huillier, 1582.

1757

Burke Edmund. An Account of the European Settlements in America. 2 vols. London: R & J. Dodsley, 1757. (Over the years, numerous editions were published.)

1776

Young W. A. The History of North and South America, with an Account of the West Indies and American Islands, to Which Is Prefized a Candid and Impartial Enquiry into the Present Disputes. 2 vols. London: W. Lane, 1776.

1777

Robertson William. The History of the Discovery and Settlement of America. 2 vols. Dublin: Messrs. Whitestone, 1777; Edinburgh: W. Strahan, 1777. (Numerous editions followed.)

1786-1789

Alcedo Antonio de. El diccionario geográfico histórico de las Indias Occidentales o América. 5 vols. Madrid: Imprenta de B. Cano, 1786- 1789.

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