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Download The History of the Discovery and Conquest of the Canary Islands: Translated from a Spanish Manuscript, Lately Found in the Island of Palma. With an ... of the Ancient Inhabitants by George Glas ePub
  • ISBN 1402172699
  • ISBN13 978-1402172694
  • Language English
  • Author Juan de Abreu Galindo
  • Publisher Adamant Media Corporation (November 30, 2005)
  • Pages 394
  • Formats doc lrf lit mbr
  • Category History
  • Subcategory Europe
  • Size ePub 1914 kb
  • Size Fb2 1518 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 181

This Elibron Classics edition is a facsimile reprint of a 1764 edition by R. and J. Dodsley; T. Durham, London.

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With An Enquiry Into the Origin of the Ancient Inhabitants. to Which is Added, a Description of the Canary Islands, Includi. Authors: Abreu De Galindo, Juan De. Categories: Nonfiction.

of the Ancient Inhabitants by George Glas Paperback – 30 Nov 2005. This book tells in detail the historical facts of the discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands which I found quite facinating. by Juan de Abreu Galindo (Author). Great text on the history of the Canary Islands, reveals the truth surrounding the culture of the native people, as well as their probable survival and assimilation into Spanish culture. However, it took me considerable time to read it, as there were considerable spelling mistakes . the letter "f" was substituted for "s" . divifion" instead of division and "fettling affairs" vice "settling affairs".

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Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at ww. orgottenbooks. This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Books by George Glas No trivia or quizzes yet. Juan de Abreu de Galindo George Glas1 janar 1764. Shtoje te "Lista e dëshirave".

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translated from a Spanish Manuscript, lately found in the Island of Palma

translated from a Spanish Manuscript, lately found in the Island of Palma. Four engraved maps (1 folding). THE natives of Fuertaventura were. Page 196 The best sort is that of the darkest colour, and of a form exactly round; the more it abounds with white spots or scabs, the more valuable

With an Enquiry Into the Origin of the Ancient Inhabitants. Page 196 The best sort is that of the darkest colour, and of a form exactly round; the more it abounds with white spots or scabs, the more valuable. This weed grows in the Canary, Madeira, and Cape de Verd Islands, and on the coast of Barbary; but the.

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Translated from a Spanish Manuscript, Lately Found in the Island of.

Translated from a Spanish Manuscript, Lately Found in the Island of Palma. of the Ancient Inhabitants by George Glas. by Juan de Abreu Galindo.

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Iriar
This contemporary account of the mysterious pre-Spanish Canary Islands is one of my most valuable finds. It is a difficult read, but most rewarding!!
Yanki
The reason for the confusion over f and s is that this book is (as stated) a facsimile reprint of a 1764 edition. At the time of the original publication, that's how letters and words were printed. No typos here just old time type.
Coidor
This book tells in detail the historical facts of the discovery and conquest of the Canary Islands which I found quite facinating. However, it took me considerable time to read it, as there were considerable spelling mistakes i.e. the letter "f" was substituted for "s" i.e. "divifion" instead of division and "fettling affairs" vice "settling affairs". This was very disconcerting. I just dont understand why a book printed in English should have such mistakes!!!