Los caminos espaņoles en La Florida

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Ann L. Henderson, Gary Ross Mormino
Pineapple Press, 1991 - History - 364 pages
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-- Florida served as one of the great meeting grounds of the planet, a place where peoples from Indian America, Latin America, Africa, the Caribbean, and Europe converged
-- Essays in both Spanish and English on the influence of the Spanish in Florida from the first explorers to the latest Hispanic migrations into Miami
-- Spanish and English on facing pages so that the book can serve in language instruction

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Spanish pathways in Florida, 1492-1992

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Fifteen Florida historians and archaeologists document the Spanish presence in Florida from first contact in the 16th century to the latest Hispanic migrations. The essays are in English and Spanish ... Read full review

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Ann Henderson has a Ph.D. in American civilization from George Washington University and has taught history at all levels. She served as a U.S. foreign service officer in Peru and Honduras and was executive director of the Florida Humanities Council.

Mormino is a professor of history at the University of South Florida.

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