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BOOK
Author Salley, A. S. (Alexander Samuel), 1871-1961.
Title Narratives of early Carolina, 1650-1708 / edited by Alexander S. Salley, Jr.
Imprint New York : Scribner's, [1911]
[©1911]

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 MUSKINGUM STACKS  F272 .S16    TEMP UNAVAIL  NON-CIRC
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 MUSKINGUM STACKS  F272 .S16    TEMP UNAVAIL  NON-CIRC
Series Original narratives of early American history.
Subject Carolina.
South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
North Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
North Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Sources.
Description xi, 388 pages : illustrations.
Contents The discovery of New Brittaine, 1650.--Francis Yeardley's narrative of excursions into Carolina, 1654.--A relation of a discovery, by William Hilton, 1664.--A brief description of the province of Carolina, by Robert Horne (?) 1666.--A relation of a voyage on the coast of the province of Carolina, 1666, by Robert Sandford.--Letters of early colonists, 1670.--A faithful relation of my Westoe voyage, by Henry Woodward.--Carolina, or a description of the present state of that country, by Thomas Ashe, 1682.--An account of the province of Carolina, by Samuel Wilson, 1682.--Letters of Thomas Newe, 1682.--Journal of Elder William Pratt, 1695-1701.--Letter of Edward Randolph to the Board of trade, 1699.--Reverend John Blair's mission to North Carolina, 1704.--Party-tyranny, by Daniel Defoe, 1705.--The present state of affairs in Caroline, by John Ash, 1706.--A new description of that fertile and pleasant province of Carolina, by John Archdale, 1707.--From the history of the British empire in America, by John Oldmixon, 1708.
OCLC # 635356