Hernando de Soto: Trailblazer of the American Southeast

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 112 pages
Portrays Hernando de Soto as both a pirate and explorer who, while a failure in some ways, had a lasting influence through such actions as introducing pigs to the Americas.
 

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Contents

A Pirate
Seeking New Horizons
The Incas and Beyond
The Exploration of Florida
New Expeditions
The Effects of de Sotos Travels
De Sotos Legacy
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About the author (2002)

Jan Goldberg has written extensively in the vocational guidance area for many well-respected career publications and publishers. As a feature writer, she has contributed to top local and national magazines. She was named to the New York Public Library's List of Books for the Teen Age for the Year 2000 for her book, "What's Bad About Being Too Good?"

Series Codevelopers and Contributing Authors
Stephen E. Lambert is the director of career services at Plymouth State College in New Hampshire. He codeveloped this series with Julie DeGalan, a former administrator and career counselor at Plymouth State College.

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