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Chronicle of the Narvaez Expedition Ebook Á ´ Eyltransferservices Á ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☃ Chronicle of the Narvaez Expedition ✐ Author Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk In 1526 Carlos I of Spain granted Pnfilo de Narvez a license to claim what is now the GuIn 1526 Carlos I of Spain granted Pnfilo de Narvez a license to claim what is now the Gulf Coast of the United States Pnfilo de Narvez set sail in 1527 to conuer and settle present day Florida Setting out with a crew of approximately 600 members ultimately only four members would survive the ill fated expedition The journey would Like the other reviewer mentions this is NOT the Narvaez expedition But it's actually the rarer and difficult to find of the Cabeza de Vaca chronicles about his second expedition in South America I hadn't been able to find this in English so I was thrilled to discover the misnomerIf you want the chronicle it's available for free online in lots of places I have read a couple versions in English from the internet and they were both fine If you want to really go deep I recommend the Andres Resendez A Land So Strange It gives lots of context for the expedition gone wrong

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1536 the four survivorslvar Nez Cabeza de Vaca Alonso del Castillo Maldonado Andrs Dorantes de Carranza and his enslaved Moor Estevanicofinally managed to rejoin Spanish countrymen in present day Mexico City Upon returning to Spain lvar Nez Cabeza de Vaca would receive considerable notoriety for his published account of the ordea Great book

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Chronicle of the Narvaez ExpeditionTake these four survivors from Spain to Hispaniola and Cuba and then onto Florida Sailing through a hurricane and other storms the expedition would finally land near Tampa Bay Suffering from Indian attacks and the effects of poor food and disease the crew of which there was now only eighty decided to sail from Florida to Mexico In 5 stars for a first hand account of early North American exploration and the trials tribulations and hardships endured as well as overcome Cabeza De Vaca tells one of the most fascinating mostly non fiction accounts of exploration on record Himself and his companions couldn't have done or survived what they did without such strong faith Worth the read trust me