America Bibliography Early : Bibliotheca americana; or, A chronological catalogue of the most curious and interesting books, pamphlets, state papers, &c. upon the subject of North and South America [electronic resource] : from the earliest period to the present, in print and manuscript; for which research has been made in the British Musæum, and the most celebrated public and private libraries, reviews, catalogues, &c. : with an introductory discourse on the present state of literature in those countries.; Rede, Leman Thomas,
America Civilization 16th Century : The Unsettlement of America [electronic resource] : translation, interpretation, and the Story of Don Luis de Velasco, 1560-1945 / Anna Brickhouse.; Brickhouse, Anna.
America Colonization History 18th Century : The Dutch in the Americas, 1600-1800 : a narrative history with the catalogue of an exhibition of rare prints, maps, and illustrated books from the John Carter Brown Library / by Wim Klooster.; Klooster, Wim.
America Commerce Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : An act prohibiting trade with the Barbada's, Virginia, Bermuda's and Antego. : Die Jovis, 3[o] Octobr. 1650. Ordered by the Parliament, that this Act be forthwith printed and published. Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.; England and Wales.
America Description And Travel Gazetteers : The American gazetteer [electronic resource] : exhibiting a full account of the civil divisions, rivers, harbours, Indian tribes, &c. of the American continent, also of the West India and other appendant islands, with a particular description of Louisiana / compiled from the best authorities, by Jedidiah Morse.; Morse, Jedidiah,
America Discovery And Exploration Biography Ealry Works To 1800 : The English hero: or, Sir Fran. Drake reviv'd. : Being a full account of the dangerous voyages, admirable adventures, notable discoveries, and magnanimous atchievements of that valiant and renowned commander. I. His voyage in 1572 to Nombre de Dios in the West Indies, where they saw a pile of bars of silver near seventy foot long, ten foot broad, and twelve foot high. II. His incompassing the whole world in 1577. which he perform'd in two years and ten months, gaining a vast quantity of gold and silver. III. His voyage into America in 1585 and taking the towns of St. Jago, St. Domingo, Carthagena and St. Augustine. Also his worthy actions, when Vice Admiral of England in the Spanish invasion, 1588. IV. His last voyage into those countries in 1595 with the manner of his death and burial. Recommended to the imitation of all heroick spirits. Inlarged, reduced into chapters with contents, and beautified with pictures / by R.B.; R. B.,
America Discovery And Exploration Dutch Exhibitions : The Dutch in the Americas, 1600-1800 : a narrative history with the catalogue of an exhibition of rare prints, maps, and illustrated books from the John Carter Brown Library / by Wim Klooster.; Klooster, Wim.