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Title The Juan Pardo expeditions : explorations of the Carolinas and Tennessee, 1566-1568 / Charles Hudson ; with documents relating to the Pardo expeditions transcribed, translated, and annotated by Paul E. Hoffman ; afterword by David G. Moore, Robin A, Beck, Jr., and Christopher B. Rodning.
Imprint Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, ©2005.

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Description 1 online resource (xii, 366 pages) : illustrations, maps
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Pardo, Juan, active 16th century.
Pardo, Juan, active 16th century.
Catawba Indians -- History -- 16th century.
Explorers -- Southern States -- Biography.
America -- Discovery and exploration -- Spanish.
Southern States -- History.
America.
Southern States.
1500-1599
Genre Electronic books.
Biographies.
History.
Electronic books.
Biographies.
Contents Contents; Illustrations; Preface to 2005 Edition; Preface to First Edition; Part I The Juan Pardo Expeditions; 1 Early Spanish Exploration; 2 Juan Pardo's Two Expeditions; 3 The Indians; 4 The Foundations of Greater Florida; 5 The Failure of Greater Florida; Part II The Pardo Documents; The "Long" Bandera Relation: AGI, Santo Domingo 224; The "Short" Bandera Relation: AGI, Patronato 19, R. 20; The Pardo Relation: AGI, Patronato 19, R. 22 (document 1); The Martinez Relation: AGI, Patronato 19, R. 22 (document 2); Three New Documents from the Pardo Expeditions: AGI, Contratacin 2929 No.2, R. 7.
Part III AfterwordPardo, Joara, and Fort San Juan Revisited; Index; Errata; About the Authors.
Summary An early Spanish explorer's account of American Indians. This volume mines the Pardo documents to reveal a wealth of information pertaining to Pardo's routes, his encounters and interactions with native peoples, the social, hierarchical, and political structures of the Indians, and clues to the ethnic identities of Indians known previously only through archaeology. The new afterword reveals recent archaeological evidence of Pardo's Fort San Juan--the earliest site of sustained interaction between Europeans and Indians--demonstrating the accuracy of Hudson's route reconstructions. Charles Hudso.
Other Author Hoffman, Paul E., 1943-
Other Title Print version : Hudson, Charles M. Juan Pardo expeditions. Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, ©2005 0817351906