The Resource Knights of Spain, warriors of the sun : Hernando De Soto and the South's ancient chiefdoms, Charles Hudson

Knights of Spain, warriors of the sun : Hernando De Soto and the South's ancient chiefdoms, Charles Hudson

Label
Knights of Spain, warriors of the sun : Hernando De Soto and the South's ancient chiefdoms
Title
Knights of Spain, warriors of the sun
Title remainder
Hernando De Soto and the South's ancient chiefdoms
Statement of responsibility
Charles Hudson
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"This monumental work, a blending of archeology and history, is the most thorough study of De Soto's expedition produced since the 1930s. For the first time De Soto's journey can be laid on a map and tied to specific archeological sites"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
Cataloging source
DLC
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Hudson, Charles M
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
E125.S7
LC item number
H85 1997
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Soto, Hernando de
  • Soto, Hernando de (Eroberer)
  • Soto, Hernando de
  • Southern States
  • USA
  • Southern States
  • Indians of North America
  • Ontdekkingsreizen
  • Indianen
  • Entdeckung
  • Discovery and exploration, Spanish
  • Indians of North America
Summary URI
http://www.loc.gov/hlas/
Label
Knights of Spain, warriors of the sun : Hernando De Soto and the South's ancient chiefdoms, Charles Hudson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 483-554) and index
Contents
Ch. 1. Separate Worlds: Spain and the American Southeast in the Sixteenth Century. "Spaniards" "Indians" Early Spanish Exploration of North America -- Ch. 2. Hernando de Soto: The Man Who Would Be Marques of La Florida. Organization of the Expedition. Departure from San Lucar. Cuba. Final Preparations -- Ch. 3. La Florida. Base Camp. Horses, Dogs, Pigs. Juan Ortiz. Northward from Tampa Bay -- Ch. 4. Apalachee. Departure from Tampa Bay. The Swamp of Ocale. De Soto Leads a Contingent Northward. The Battle at Napituca. Anhayca, Principal Town of Apalachee -- Ch. 5. Winter, 1539-1540. The Bay of the Horses. Marcos and Perico. The Return to Tampa Bay. Apalachee Resistance. The Chief of Apalachee. Maldonado Reconnoiters the Gulf Coast -- Ch. 6. Cofitachequi. Capachequi. Toa. Ichisi. Ocute. The Wilderness of Ocute. Cofitachequi -- Ch. 7. Coosa. Joara. The Cherokee-Speaking Peoples. Chiaha. Coosa -- Ch. 8. Tascaluza. South from Coosa. Atahachi. Mabila. Attack. Counterattack. After the Battle -- Ch. 9. Chicaza -- Ch. 10. Winter, 1540-1541 -- Ch. 11. Quizquiz, Casqui, Pacaha. Quizquiz. The Mississippi River. Casqui. Pacaha. North from Pacaha -- Ch. 12. Utiangue. Quiguate. Coligua. Cayas. Tula. Utiangue -- Ch. 13. Winter, 1541-1542 -- Ch. 14. Guachoya. Anilco. Guachoya. Quigualtam. The Massacre at Anilco. The Death of De Soto -- Ch. 15. The River of Daycao. Chaguate. Naguatex. Aays. Guasco. The River of Daycao. Return to the Mississippi River. Aminoya -- Ch. 16. Winter, 1542-1543 -- Ch. 17. Flight down the Mississippi River. The Canoes of Quigualtam. The Mouth of the Mississippi River -- Ch. 18. To Mexico. The Gulf Coast. Panuco. Mexico City -- Ch. 19. After the Expedition. The Survivors. Isabel de Bobadilla vs. Hernan Ponce de Leon. The Decline of the Southeastern Chiefdoms. The Lost World of the Southeastern Chiefdoms. The Documentary Sources. History of Research on the De Soto Route. The U.S. De Soto Expedition Commission. Combining Archaeological and Historical Evidence. A More Accurate De Soto Route. Commissions and Controversies
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxii, 561 p.
Isbn
9780820318882
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
96024255
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)34824356
  • (OCoLC)ocm34824356
Label
Knights of Spain, warriors of the sun : Hernando De Soto and the South's ancient chiefdoms, Charles Hudson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 483-554) and index
Contents
Ch. 1. Separate Worlds: Spain and the American Southeast in the Sixteenth Century. "Spaniards" "Indians" Early Spanish Exploration of North America -- Ch. 2. Hernando de Soto: The Man Who Would Be Marques of La Florida. Organization of the Expedition. Departure from San Lucar. Cuba. Final Preparations -- Ch. 3. La Florida. Base Camp. Horses, Dogs, Pigs. Juan Ortiz. Northward from Tampa Bay -- Ch. 4. Apalachee. Departure from Tampa Bay. The Swamp of Ocale. De Soto Leads a Contingent Northward. The Battle at Napituca. Anhayca, Principal Town of Apalachee -- Ch. 5. Winter, 1539-1540. The Bay of the Horses. Marcos and Perico. The Return to Tampa Bay. Apalachee Resistance. The Chief of Apalachee. Maldonado Reconnoiters the Gulf Coast -- Ch. 6. Cofitachequi. Capachequi. Toa. Ichisi. Ocute. The Wilderness of Ocute. Cofitachequi -- Ch. 7. Coosa. Joara. The Cherokee-Speaking Peoples. Chiaha. Coosa -- Ch. 8. Tascaluza. South from Coosa. Atahachi. Mabila. Attack. Counterattack. After the Battle -- Ch. 9. Chicaza -- Ch. 10. Winter, 1540-1541 -- Ch. 11. Quizquiz, Casqui, Pacaha. Quizquiz. The Mississippi River. Casqui. Pacaha. North from Pacaha -- Ch. 12. Utiangue. Quiguate. Coligua. Cayas. Tula. Utiangue -- Ch. 13. Winter, 1541-1542 -- Ch. 14. Guachoya. Anilco. Guachoya. Quigualtam. The Massacre at Anilco. The Death of De Soto -- Ch. 15. The River of Daycao. Chaguate. Naguatex. Aays. Guasco. The River of Daycao. Return to the Mississippi River. Aminoya -- Ch. 16. Winter, 1542-1543 -- Ch. 17. Flight down the Mississippi River. The Canoes of Quigualtam. The Mouth of the Mississippi River -- Ch. 18. To Mexico. The Gulf Coast. Panuco. Mexico City -- Ch. 19. After the Expedition. The Survivors. Isabel de Bobadilla vs. Hernan Ponce de Leon. The Decline of the Southeastern Chiefdoms. The Lost World of the Southeastern Chiefdoms. The Documentary Sources. History of Research on the De Soto Route. The U.S. De Soto Expedition Commission. Combining Archaeological and Historical Evidence. A More Accurate De Soto Route. Commissions and Controversies
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xxii, 561 p.
Isbn
9780820318882
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
96024255
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)34824356
  • (OCoLC)ocm34824356

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