The geographical conceptions of Columbus : a critical consideration of four problems / by George E. Nunn.

; American Geographical Society of New York
New York : American Geographical Society, 1924.

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Other Authors American Geographical Society of New York.
Subjects Columbus, Christopher.
Early maps.
Series American Geographical Society research series ; no. 14.
Description 148 pages : maps (2 folded) ; 21 cm.
Copyright Date 1924.
Notes Issued also as thesis (Ph. D) University of California, 1924.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The determination of the length of a terrestrial degree by Columbus -- The route of Columbus on his first voyage as evidence of his knowledge of the winds and currents of the Atlantic -- Did Columbus believe that he reached Asia on his fourth voyage? -- The identity of Florida on the Cantino map of 1502.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)359854
(OCoLC)ocm00359854
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WorldCat Identities Nunn, George E. 1882-
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