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Contaduria 1,174- 1571
F0002 · Unidad documental compuesta · 1571
Parte de Manuscripts Collection

[i]Part of the official reports sent to Spain by Spanish colonial government officers. This one, written in Cuba, makes several references to Florida.[/i]

HMA0416 · Colección · 1579-1841

A collection of maps of Latin America, the Caribbean, and the coast of Africa published between 16th and 19th centuries. The collection documents the evolution of colonialism and trade in the “New World,” showing the shifting geographic borders of various empires and kingdoms, the expansion of Atlantic trade and sea shipping routes, and the movement of people and goods.

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F0004 · Unidad documental compuesta · 1594
Parte de The Robert Rogers map collection - 1594-1967

[Frankfurt] : De Bry, 1594. 1 map ; sheet 33.5 x 44 cm. Often called "The Benzoni map." From part IV of De Bry's Grand Voyages: Americae pars Quarta : Sive, insignis & admiranda historia de reperta primum Occidentali India a Christophoro Columbo. Shows Florida, the Caribbean area, and parts of Central and South America. Parts IV, V, and VI of the Grand Voyages reprint, with illustrations, Girolamo Benzoni's Historia del Mondo Nuovo (Venice, 1565). "The Milanese Benzoni spent 15 years exploring the Caribbean and Central America, and then returned to Europe with a favorable impression of the indigenous peoples but a decidedly negative opinion of the Spanish. Due to its grim, detailed account of the brutal treatment of African slaves and American Indians by the conquestidores, 'the Historia is considered one of the foundation stones of the Black Legend of Spanish cruelty to the Indian.' --First Images of America (I 108). Benzoni's anti-Spanish sentiment did not deter his readers: 'his book, quaintly illustrated with woodcuts, proved deservedly popular. ... it went through many editions, the most celebrated of which formed Parts Four, Five and Six of de Bry's Grands Voyages.' --Penrose, Travel and Discovery in the Renaissance p. 199. ... Latin and German editions of Part IV appeared in 1594, based on the translations of the Historia made by Urbain Chauveton (Geneva, 1578)." -- www.martayanlan.com. 1996-916-106