Pilgrims Before Plymouth

Pilgrims Before Plymouth

Title

  • Pilgrims Before Plymouth

Published Date

  • published 1940

Transcript

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

1. Jacksonville Historical Society Annual 1933-1934, p. 22.
(Note: Basanier's Notable History of Florida, typewritten
translation, p. 188 refers to one unmarried woman in the colony, and
later, p. 198, there is a reference to "four or five men who had their
wives with them,W).

2. Parkman, Francis. Pioneers of France in the New World. Little,
Brown, and Company, Boston, 1906. Pp. 34, 35.

3. Connor, Jeannette Tauber, Jean Ribaut. The Florida State Historical
Society, DeLand, 1927. Pp. 4-5.

4. Ibid. pp. 6-9.

5. Ibid. p. 12.

6. Basanier, M. The Notable History of Florida. First edition in Latin
published at the shop of William Auvray, Paris, 1586. Typewritten
translation of second edition (from the French, published at Paris
1853, p. 78).

7. Ibid. p. 79.

8. Ibid. p. 89.

9. Parkman, Francis. p. 55.

10. Ibid. p. 55.

11. Ibid. p. 56.

12. Description of the Illustration Drawn by Le Moyne in Florida, 1564,
and translated from the Latin of De Bry, and printed for William
Appleton, Boston, 1874. Typewritten copy, p. 9.

13. Parkman, Francis. P. 69.

14. Ibid. pp. 64-65.

15. Basanier, M. Notable History of Florida, p. 157.

16. Ibid. pp. 125-133.

17. Parkman, Francis, p. 75.