Cover image for El Dorado : being a narrative of the circumstances which gave rise to reports, in the sixteenth century, of the existence of a rich and splendid city in South America, to which that name was given, and which led to many enterprises in search of it ; including a defence of Sir Walter Raleigh, in regard to the relations made by him respecting it, and a nation of female warriors, in the vicinity of the Amazon, in the narrative of his expedition to the Oronoke in 1595
Title:
El Dorado : being a narrative of the circumstances which gave rise to reports, in the sixteenth century, of the existence of a rich and splendid city in South America, to which that name was given, and which led to many enterprises in search of it ; including a defence of Sir Walter Raleigh, in regard to the relations made by him respecting it, and a nation of female warriors, in the vicinity of the Amazon, in the narrative of his expedition to the Oronoke in 1595
Author:
Van Heuvel, J. A. (Jacob Adrien), 1787-1874.
Publication Information:
New York : J. Winchester [1844]

[©1844]
Physical Description:
viii, 165 pages : folded map ; 22 cm
General Note:
The author's name was originally Vanden Heuvel. He was authorized by act of legislature Feb. 8, 1832, to assume the name of Van Heuvel. cf. F. B. Hough, History of St. Lawrence and Franklin countries, p.417.
Language:
English
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Format :
Book