A assortment comprising a large choice of bills of local peoples describing their preliminary encounters with ecu explorers, conquerors, and settlers.
• comprises forty two money owed through local peoples describing encounters with eu settlers and conquerors
• offers chronologies of vital occasions within the period of eu conquest
• deals a bibliography of annotated references to print and on-line sources
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