The Pageant of America: A Pictorial History of the United States - Vol. 1

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INDEX
Titles of books under author are in italics; titles of illustrations under producer are in quotation marks.
AA, Pieter vander, Zee en Land-Reysen,79, 153, 189; Englische na oost Indien,158.
Abbey, E. A., "Playing. Bowls on Bowling Green", 232.
Abnaki Indiansn, on map, 225.
Acadia, De Monts' grant and colony, 294; St. Croix and Port Royal, 294, 295; Order of Good Cheer, 295; ceded to England, 325.
Acadiensis, 294.
Accau, Michel, route on map, 315.
Adaes. See Pilar.
Adam of Bremen, Historia, 73; on Vinland, 73.
Adams, Herbert, "Narváez", 141.
Africa, Portuguese voyages, 90-93; Mauro's map, 91.
Agamenticus, on map, 225.
Agua Caliente, on map, 341.
Aguayo, Marquis of, presidio at Adaes, 337.
Ailly, Pierre d', Imago Mundi, Columbus' copy, 98.
Alabama, Mobile, 327.
Alamán, L., Disertaciones sobre la República Mejicana, 340.
Alamo Mission, 337.
Alarcón, Hernando de, route on map, 126; voyage, 146.
Albanel, Charles, route on map, 315; exploration, 315, 316.
Albany, Hudson Bay, on map, 315.
Albany, N. Y., Fort Orange, view, 229.
Albemarle, George Monck, Duke of, Carolina grant, 263; career, 264; portrait, 264.
Albuquerque, Alphonso de, route on map, 93.
Alda, José Garnelo, "Landing of Columbus", 107.
Algonquin Indians, burying ground, 32; on maps, 225, 298.
Allard, Carolus, Orbis Habitabilis, 124, 137, 195, 227, 281, 292.
Altham, John, in Maryland, 256.
Alvarado, Pedro de, in Mexico, 135.
Alvarez Cabral. See Cabral.
America, discovery as adventure, 65, 66; phases of early development, 66-68; unfolding in search for route to Indies, 111; development of geography, 111, 116, 117, 122, 188; Vespucci's Mundus Novus, 114; origin of name, 115. See also Discovery; and regions by name.
American Antiquarian Society, material from, 10.
American Fur Company, Fort Huron, 48.
American Museum of Natural History, New York, material from, 139, 140, 146.
Amidas, Philip, voyage, 160.
Amsterdam, power, 227; view ( 1690), 227.
Amusements, Indian games, 24; of plains Indians, 47.
Andrews, W. S., Illustrations of West Indies, 278.
Anglo-Saxons, as sea-wolves, 70.
Anian, Strait of. See Strait.
Anna, Oglethorpe's ship, 270.
Antelope, Indian hunting, 37.
Anza, Juan Bautista de, routes on map, 341; at San Francisco, 343; portrait, 343.
Apalache, on map, 332.
Arabella, Winthrop's ship, 211.
Archer's Hope, Va., on map, 187.
Architecture, Indians and, 2, 12; Peruvian, 139. See also Houses.
Archives of the Indies, Seville, material from, 151, 154, 335, 337.
Arcos y Megalde, Santiago, "Philip receiving an Embassy", 153.
Arellano, Tristan de, route on map, 126.
Argall, Samuel, explorations, 180; with the Chickahominies, 180; and Pocahontas, 183.
Argall's Gift, Va., on map, 187.
Arizona, Kino's exploration, 340.
Ark, Maryland ship, 256.
Armada, effect of defeat, 66; English preparation, 165; defeat, 167-169.
Arms of Amsterdam, 229.
Arthurs, Stanley M., "First Women at Jamestown", 177; "Landing of Stuyvesant," 234.
Asao, on map, 332.
Ashe, Thomas, on Charleston, 267.
Ashley, Anthony, Lord (Earl of Shaftesbury), Carolina grant, 263; career, 265; portrait, 265.
Ashley (and Cooper) Rivers, map, 268.
Astrolabe, 104.
Atacapa, on map, 332.
Atahualpa, portrait, 138; capture and death, 138, 141.
Atlantic Ocean, development as highway, 66.
Austerfield, Eng., old church, 194.
Axacan, on map, 332.
Ayala, Juan Manuel de, route on map, 341.
Ayllon, Lucas Vasquez de, settlement on map, 125; route on map, 126; attempt, 127.
Azilia, proposed colony, 270; map, 271.
Aztecs, Cortés conquest, 128-131, 135, 136; Tenochtitlan, 131, 132; worship and sacrifice, 132, 133; music, 133; artisans, 133; government, 134; warfare, 134, 135.
Azurara, Gomes Eannes de, Chronique de Guinea, 89.
BACKMAN, J., "Baltimore", 261.
Bacon, Nathaniel, rebellion, 192.
Bacqueville de la Potherie, Sieur de, Amérique Septentrionale, 291.
Badges, Indian, 53.
Baffin, William, voyage, 122.
Bahama chanel, plate-fleet route and Huguenot menace, 149, 153.
Bahia del Espíritu (La Bahia), on map, 332, 336; mission and presidio, 336.
Baker, Walter, "Chateau de Longueuil", 312; "Basilica, Quebec," 330.
Balaca, Ricardo, "Departure of Columbus", 103.
Balboa, Vasco Nuñez, discovery of the Pacific, 116; beheaded, 136.
Ball and racket, Indian game, 47.
Baltimore, Benedict Calvert, 4th Lord, 260.
Baltimore, Cecil Calvert, 2d Lord, portrait, 257; and Maryland, 257; and Puritans, 259.
Baltimore, Charles Calvert, 3d Lord, as proprietary, 260; portrait, 260.
Baltimore, Charles Calvert, 5th Lord, proprietary restored, 260.

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