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1953, Barnes & Noble
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Narratives of early Carolina, 1650-1708.
1953, Barnes & Noble
in English
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Narratives of early Carolina, 1650-1708
1946, Barnes & Noble
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Table of Contents

The discovery of New Brittaine, 1650.
Francis Yeardley's narrative of excursions into Carolina, 1654.
A relation of a discovery, by William Hilton, 1664.
A brief description of the province of Carolina, by Robert Horne (?) 1666.
A relation of a voyage on the coast of the province of Carolina, 1666, by Robert Sandford.
Letters of early colonists, 1670.
A faithful relation of my Westoe voyage, by Henry Woodward.
Carolina, or a description of the present state of that country, by Thomas Ashe, 1682.
An account of the province of Carolina, by Samuel Wilson, 1682.
Letters of Thomas Newe, 1682.
Journal of Elder William Pratt, 1695-1701.
Letter of Edward Randolph to the Board of trade, 1699.
Reverend John Blair's mission to North Carolina, 1704.
Party-tyranny, by Daniel Defoe, 1705.
The present state of affairs in Caroline, by John Ash, 1706.
A new description of that fertile and pleasant province of Carolina, by John Archdale, 1707.
From the history of the British empire in America, by John Oldmixon, 1708.

Edition Notes

Series
Original narratives of early American history
Genre
Sources.

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Library of Congress
F272 .S16

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OL7139311M
Internet Archive
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LC Control Number
11009548
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1496828

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