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Discoveries of the English, French and Dutch, in America Item Preview remove-circle Discoveries of the English, French and Dutch, in America by America. Publication date Oxford University Language English. Book . Discoveries of the English, French and Dutch in America: with Sir Francis Drakes [sic], Schouten's and LeMaire's voyage round the world. Publisher: London: Printed for T. Newbery, discovery meaning: 1. the process of finding information, a place, or an object, especially for the first time, or the. Learn more. Mundle, Rob: Great South Land: How Dutch Sailors found Australia and an English Pirate almost beat Captain Cook. (ABC Books, , ISBN ) Murdoch, Priscilla: Duyfken and the First .
Get this from a library! North and South America illustrated: from its first discovery to the present administration, giving an account of the early discoveries by the Northmen, Spaniards, Portuguese, . The Dutch were among the first European travelers to arrive and settle the New World. In this issue, we zoom in on the influence of the Dutch language on American English including names, words and . North and South America Illustrated: From Its First Discovery to the Present Administration; Giving an Account of the Early Discoveries by the French, English, Dutch, Etc., Etc. [Henry Howard Brownell] . The Major Differences in the Colonization of North and South America between the French, Spanish and English and Subsequent Civil Rights. Even in the twenty first century North .
Secondary sources also provide insight into Champlain’s explorations. Francis Parkman’s "Historic Handbook of the Northern Tour," published in , provides a survey in English of the French . The Discovery of America is a trilogy written by the German author and educator Joachim Heinrich Campe (). It was originally published in /82 as Die Entdekkung von Amerika - ein . French and Dutch Explorations In , Giovanni da Verrazano sailed up the east coast from present‐day North Carolina to Nova Scotia looking for a northwesterly passage to Asia. The same objective was . LC Rare Book and Special Collections Division. De Vries wrote one of the few surviving accounts of the early Dutch travelers to North America. His book includes detailed descriptions of the Indians who .