The First Colonists: Documents on the Planting of the First English Settlements in North America, 1584-1590
David B. Quinn, Alison M. Quinn
North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources, Division of Archives and History, Jan 1, 1982 - History - 199 pages
Sicteenth-century narratives collected by richard Hakluyt and drawings of John White offer remarkable firsthand evidence of the first voyages and attempts at colonization by English men, women, and children.
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