The Discovery of New Spain in 1518 by Juan de Grijalva
Henry Raup Wagner
Cortes Society, 1969 - America - 208 pages
Of the accounts of the expedition.--The expedition.--Itinerary.--Distances from Espiritu Santo.--List of members.--Appendices: Provinciae. Itinerario. Letter of the Regimiento. Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo. Alonso de Santa Cruz. Francisco Lopez de Gomara. Bartolome de Las Casas. Francisco Cervantes de Salazar.
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