North American Exploration - Vol. 2

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9. Spanish Penetration North of New Spain
1. David J. Weber, The Spanish Frontier in North America ( New Haven, 1992), 55.
2. Weber, The Spanish Frontier, 56.
3. Paul E. Hoffman, A New Andalucia and a Way to the Orient: The American Southeast during the Sixteenth Century ( Baton Rouge, 1990), 125.
4. Hoffman, A New Andalucia, 147-48.
5. Hoffman, A New Andalucia, 144.
6. Robert S. Weddle, Spanish Sea: The Gulf of Mexico in North American Discovery, 1500-1685 ( College Station TX, 1985), 252-59. For the Labazares expedition, see B. F. French, Historical Collections of Louisiana and Florida, Including Translations of Original Manuscripts Relating to Their Discovery, 2d ser., 1527-1702 ( New York, 1875), 236-38.
7. Hoffman, A New Andalucia, 156-57.
8. Weddle, Spanish Sea, 255, 260-61, 265.
9. Weddle, Spanish Sea, 255, 260-62.
10. Cited in Weddle, Spanish Sea, 267.
11. Weddle, Spanish Sea, 267-70. For a full account of the Luna expedition, see Herbert I. Priestley, Tristan de Luna, Conquistador of the Old South: A Study of Spanish Imperial Strategy ( 1934; reprint, Philadelphia, 1980), and Herbert I. Priestley, trans. and ed., The Luna Papers: Documents Relating to the Expedition of Don Tristan de Luna y Arellano for the Conquest of La Florida in 1559-1561, 2 vols. ( New York, 1971); also Charles Hudson, Marvin T. Smith, Chester B. DePratter, and Emilia Kelly, "The Tristán de Luna Expedition, 1559-1561," in Jerald T. Milanich and Susan Milbrath, eds., First Encounters: Spanish Exploration in the Caribbean and the United States, 1492- 1570 ( Gainesville, 1989), 129-34.
12. Weddle, Spanish Sea, 271-74.
13. Weddle, Spanish Sea, 275-76.
14. Hoffman, A New Andalucia, 181-85.
15. Hoffman, A New Andalucia, 180.
16. Weddle, Spanish Sea, 277-79.
17. Donald W. Meinig, The Shaping of America: A Geographical Perspective of 500 Years of History, vol. 1, Atlantic America, 1492-1800 ( New Haven, 1986), 26-27; Weddle , Spanish Sea, 289-94; Joseph Judge, "Exploring Our Forgotten Century," National Geographic Magazine 173 ( March 1988): 339, 341.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Maps ix
  • Introduction to Volume 2 1
  • 9 / Spanish Penetrations to the North of New Spain 7
  • 10 / Early French Exploration in the North American Interior 65
  • 11 / French Exploration in North America, 1700-1800 149
  • 12 / British Exploration of Rupert's Land 203
  • 13 British Exploration of the United States Interior 269
  • 14 / The Exploration of the Pacific Coast 328
  • Notes 397
  • Selected Bibliography 437
  • Contributors 445
  • Index 449
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