Sobre los Viajes Apocrifos de Juan de Fuca y Lorenzo Maldonado.

Madrid: Imprenta de Fortanet, 1881.

Royal octavo, 223pp. Original printed wrappers.

Checking their stories

Bound with "Ultima Teoria Sobre La Atlantida," a dissertation by the same author. Published for the "Cuarto Congreso Internacional de Americanistas," Ramo de Historia, Tema VI. The author examines the veracity of the adventures of Juan de Fuca (whose real name was Apostolos Valerianos, a Greek navigator) and Lorenzo Ferrer Maldonado (a Spanish mariner) who both claimed to have discovered the Northwest Passage from the Pacific to the Atlantic in the 16th century.

Bound with "Ultima Teoria Sobre La Atlantida," a dissertation by the same author. Published for the "Cuarto Congreso Internacional de Americanistas," Ramo de Historia, Tema VI. The author examines the veracity of the adventures of Juan de Fuca (whose real name was Apostolos Valerianos, a Greek navigator) and Lorenzo Ferrer Maldonado (a Spanish mariner) who both claimed to have discovered the Northwest Passage from the Pacific to the Atlantic in the 16th century.

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Hill, 1240; Howes, N216.

Condition Report: The wrappers browned and slightly worn, but a good copy.

Ref: #4505662

Condition Report