Thomas Hariot's Virginia, by Theodore de Bry.
|Location||Call Number||Status||Consortium Loan|
|E12 .M3 no.15||Available||Request|
Mullen Library stacks
|F229 .H27 1966||Available||Request|
Marymount Main stacks
|F229 .H282 1966||Available||Request|
Indians of North America -- Virginia.
Roanoke Colony (N.C.)
Virginia -- Description and travel.
Virginia -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
March of America facsimile series, no. 15.
33 pages, 28 plates (including map) 29 cm.
English edition of part 1 of de Bry's collection "America."
Original t.p. reads: A briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia; of the commodities and of the nature and manners of the naturall inhabitants. Discouered by the English colony there seated by Sir Richard Greinuile ... in ... 1585 ... This fore booke is made in English by Thomas Hariot ... Francoforti ad Moenvm, Typis Ioannis Wecheli svmtibvs vero Theodori de Bry, Anno CD D XC ...
Plates 1-23 have title: The trve pictvres and fashions of the people in that parte of America novv called Virginia, discowred by Englishmen sent thither in the years of Our Lorde 1585 ... Translated out of Latin into English by Richard Hacklvit. Diligentlye collected and draowne by Ihon White ... now cutt in copper and first published by Theodore de Bry ... The last 5 plates have title: Som pictvre, of the Pictes which in the olde tyme dyd habite one part of the great Bretainne ...
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