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1 de la Vega, Garcilaso & translated by Varner, John & Jeannette The Fabulous De Soto Story - the Florida of the Inca
Austin, TX The University of Texas Press 1951 First Thus Hard Cover Very Good Good- Brandt, Reese Signed by Translators & by Note Authors
xlv, 656 pp, white cloth covered boards w/dark brown lettering on the spine & emblem on the front cover, SIGNED by both of the translators on the half title page, endpaper maps of the route of De Soto's Army through La Florida 1539-1543, dj black-white-brown w/illustrated front panel. A history of the Adelantado, Hernando de Soto, Governor and Captain General of the kingdom of Florida, and of other heroic Spanish and Indian cavaliers, written by the Inca, Garcilaso de la Vega, an officer of His Majesty and a native of the great city of Cuzco, capital of the realms and provinces of Peru. The original in Spanish was published in 1605 by Pedro Crasbeeck at Lisbon under the title, La Florida del Ynca. Historia del Adelantado Hernando de Soto, Governador y capitan general del Reyno de la Florida, y de otros herocios cavalleros Espanoles e Indios. The author Garcilaso de la Vega was the first native of the Western Hemisphere to attain importance as a writer, born in Cuzco in 1539, the illegitimate son of a Spanish cavalier and an Inca princess. He tells what the Spanish were like over 450 years ago, what the horses they wrote were like, what the Indians were like, and what the country they explored was like. The first great classic of American History. The editors used the Madrid edition of 1723 and then collated their results iwth the Lisbon edition of 1605 to produce this volume in English. Lowman Printing Arts in Texas pg 68. dj chipped at top & two inch chip at bottom of the spine, dj creased down middle of the spine, dj small tears along the top & bottom edges. 
Price: 42.08 USD
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2 de la Vega, Garcilaso & translated by Varner, John & Jeannette The Florida of the Inca
Austin, TX The University of Texas Press 1962 3rd Printing Hard Cover Very Good+ No Jacket Brandt, Reese 
xlv, [3], 656 pp, tan cloth covered boards w/dark brown lettering on the spine & emblem on the front cover. A history of the Adelantado, Hernando de Soto, Governor and Captain General of the kingdom of Florida, and of other heroic Spanish and Indian cavaliers, written by the Inca, Garcilaso de la Vega, an officer of His Majesty and a native of the great city of Cuzco, capital of the realms and provinces of Peru. The original in Spanish was published in 1605 by Pedro Crasbeeck at Lisbon under the title, La Florida del Ynca. Historia del Adelantado Hernando de Soto, Governador y capitan general del Reyno de la Florida, y de otros herocios cavalleros Espanoles e Indios. The author Garcilaso de la Vega was the first native of the Western Hemisphere to attain importance as a writer, born in Cuzco in 1539, the illegitimate son of a Spanish cavalier and an Inca princess. He tells what the Spanish were like over 450 years ago, what the horses they rode were like, what the Indians were like, and what the country they explored was like. The first great classic of American History. The editors used the Madrid edition of 1723 and then collated their results iwth the Lisbon edition of 1605 to produce this volume in English. Tipped in letter from director of UT Press giving the book to previous owner as a gift. 
Price: 21.25 USD
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