This volume is a translation of the noted Ensayo Cronologico, or Chronological Essay on the General History of Florida, Containing the Discoveries and principal events which came to pass in this Vast Kingdom, touching the Spanish, French, Swedish, Danish, English, and other Nations, as between themselves and with the Indians whose Customs, Characteristics, Idolatry, Government, Warfare, and Stratagems are described; and the Voyages of some Captains and Pilots through the Northern Sea in search of a passage to the Orient, or the Union of that land with Asia. As this inclusive title indicates, the book is a detailed history of international exploration and colonization of the North American continent and its waters. It is organized in chronological form, and covers the period from 1512 through 1722.
Manucy, Albert C.
"Barcia’s History of Florida,"
Florida Historical Quarterly: Vol. 31
, Article 7.
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