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Arredondo's historical proof of Spain's title to Georgia; a contribution to the history of one of the Spanish borderlands, edited by Herbert E. Bolton ...

Main Author: Arredondo, Antonio de.
Other Authors: Brower, Robert Weldon. , Bolton, Herbert Eugene, 1870-1953., Ross, Mary. , Bolton, Herbert Eugene, 1870-1953.
Language(s): English ; Spanish
Published: Berkeley, Calif., University of California Press, 1925.
Subjects: Great Britain > Colonies > America.
Spain > Colonies > America.
Georgia > History > Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Note: The introduction. "The debatable land", by Herbert E. Bolton and Mary Ross, is also published separately.
Spanish text has title: Demostracion historiographica del derecho que tiene el Rey Catolico a el territorio que oy posee el Rey Britanico con el nombre de Nueva Georgia en las provincias y continente de la Florida...Havana y marzo 20 de 1742.
English and Spanish.
Physical Description: xviip., 1 l., 382 p., front., pl., map (part fold.) plan. 23 cm.
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