A description of the English province of Carolana
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- Coxe, Daniel, 1673-1739
CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. 35450
A description of the English province of Carolana : by the Spaniard call'd Florida and by the French la Louisiane : as also of the great and famous river Meschacebe or Missisipi, the five vast navigable lakes of fresh water, and the parts adjacent : together with an account of the commodities of the growth and production of the said province, and a preface containing some considerations on the consequences of the French making settlements there
- London : Printed for B. Cowse ..., 1722.
FC 02 0203 no. 35450
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- Document source
- Filmed from a copy of the original publication held by the Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
The province of Carolana, claimed by the author as proprietor under a grant from King Charles I, included the territory extending from the Atlantic Ocean to New Mexico, between the 30th and 36th parallels of latitude.
2 microfiches (95 fr.).
27 prelim. leaves, 122 p. ; 20 cm.