The discoveries of John Lederer, with unpublished letters by and about Lederer to Governor John Winthrop, Jr., and an essay on the Indians of Lederer's Discoveries by Douglas L. Rights and William P. Cumming. Edited with notes by William P. Cumming.
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Mullen Library stacks
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|F229 .L48 1958||Available||Request|
Cumming, William Patterson, 1900-
Winthrop, John, 1606-1676.
Indians of North America -- North Carolina.
Indians of North America -- Virginia.
North Carolina -- Description and travel.
Virginia -- Description and travel.
xi, 148 p. maps (part fold.) facsim. 24 cm.
With reproduction of t.p.: The discoveries of John Lederer, in three several marches from Virginia, to the west of Carolina, and other parts of the continent: begun in March 1669 and ended in September 1670. Together with a general map of the whole territory which he traversed. Collected and translated out Latine from his discourse and writings, by Sir William Talbot, Baronet. London, Printed by J.C. for S. Heyrick, 1672.
"Bibliographical data": p. 127-128. "Writings about Lederer": p. 129-135.
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