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The Cosmographiae introductio of Martin Waldseemüller in facsimile, followed by the Four voyages of Amerigo Vespucci, with their translation into English; to which are added Waldseemüller's two world maps of 1507, with an introduction by Prof. Joseph

; Herbermann, Charles George, 1840-1916 ; Fischer, Joseph, 1858-1944 ; Wieser, Franz, Ritter von, 1848-1923 ; Burke, Edward
New York, The United States Catholic Historical Society, 1907.
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Other Authors Herbermann, Charles George, 1840-1916.
Fischer, Joseph, 1858-1944.
Wieser, Franz, 1848-1923.
Burke, Edward.
Subjects America -- Discovery and exploration.
America -- Early accounts to 1600.
America -- Names.
Early maps.
Geography.
Series Monograph series (United States Catholic Historical Society) ; v. 4.
Description vii, 30, ciii, 31-151 p. front., 2 fold. maps, diagrs. 23 cm.
Notes A reproduction of the so-called editio princeps, published at St. Dié, April 25, 1507, and containing in the dedication the Grecized form of the author's name (Martinus Ilacomilus) The translation of the Cosmographiae introductio is by Edward Burke; that of the Four voyages by Mario E. Cosenza.
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