A Pictorial History of America; embracing both the northern and southern portions of the New World

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WESTERN

S.G.

GOODRICH.

AMERICA.

Pizarro in Cuzco.

The Temple of Tolomeco.

PICTORIAL HISTORY

AMERICA; EMBRACING BOTH THE

NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN PORTIONS

OF THE BY

S.

NEW WORLD, G.

GOODRICH.

HARTFORD: PUBLISHED BY J844.

E.

STRONG

ETI7

Gfc

STEREOTYPED BY

GEORGK A N. ENGf.AN D

.

CURTIS,

TYPB AND STEI1EOTYPE FOUNDRY, BOSTON.

CONTENTS, GEOGRAPHICAL VIEW OF AMERICA. CHAPTER

PAGE

I.

Geographical Description of North and South America,

.

.

.

.

11

DISCOVERY OF AMERICA BY THE NORTHMEN. CHAPTER

II.

Account of the alleged Discovery of America by the Northmen,

.

.

21

DISCOVERIES AND CONdUESTS OF THE SPANIARDS. CHAPTER

III.

State of Geographical Science Efforts of the Spaniards and Portuguese Proceedings of Columbus,

CHAPTER

27

IV.

Columbus discovers America,

37

CHAPTER Various Discoveries of Columbus

in

America

V. Return

CHAPTER

to Spain,

.

.

46

VI.

Second Voyage of Columbus to America His Third Voyage His Fourth Voyage His return to Spain and his Death Sufferings of the 57

Natives,

CHAPTER Spanish Discoveries on the Continent

CHAPTER Final Conquest of Mexico

VIII.

Death of Cortez

Guatimala,

CHAPTER Discovery of the South Sea

.

.

...

CHAPTER Empire

67

76

IX.

Conquest of Peru,

Historical Sketch of the Peruvian in

VII.

Proceedings of Cortez,

86

X.

Proceedings of the Spaniards 99

Peru,

CHAPTER XL Conquest of Chili

Paraguay

Rio de

la Plata,

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Ill

CONTENTS.

VI

CHAPTER

XII.

...........

Proceedings in Venezuela and Guiana America,

Commercial Operations

in

South 121

BRAZIL. CHAPTER Discovery of Brazil

XIII.

Settlement and Progress,

CHAPTER

137

XIY. 145

Progress of the Colony,

CHAPTER

XV. 152

Progress of the Colony,

CHAPTER

XVI.

.......

Flourishing Condition of Brazil The Mines Present State of the country,

WEST

XVII.

Slaves and the Slave Trade,

CHAPTER

.

.

167

XVIII.

The Buccaneers,

175

CHAPTER St.

162

INDIES.

CHAPTER Porto Rico, Cuba, Jamaica, &c.

Policy of the Government

XIX. 188

Domingo,

SPANISH SETTLEMENTS. CHAPTER XX. 197

Peru,

CHAPTER

XXI. 20G

Peru, continued,

CHAPTER Peru, continued,

.

.

.

.

.

CHAPTER United Provinces

Banda

Oriental,

Chili

Colombia

Venezuela

.

.

.

.

.

.216

.......

CHAPTER Paraguay

XXII.

XXIII.

223

XXIV. 234

CHAPTER XXV. New

Grenada

Ecuador

Bolivia,

.

.

.

244

CONTENTS.

CHAPTER Texas

Mexico

Vll

XXVI.

PAGE 252

Central America,

BRITISH AMERICA, CHAPTER

&c.

XXVII. 262

Canada,

CHAPTER

XXVIII. 272

Canada, continued,

CHAPTER XXIX. 279

Canada, continued,

CHAPTER XXX. Nova

285

Scotia,

CHAPTER XXXI. Nova

Scotia, continued

Hudson

s

Bay

Territory

Russian America

295

Greenland,

UNITED STATES. CHAPTER

XXXII. 301

Florida,

CHAPTER

XXXIII. 313

Florida, continued,

CHAPTER .......... CHAPTER ............ CHAPTER .......... CHAPTER .......... CHAPTER ........... CHAPTER ......... XXXIV.

Florida, continued,

323

XXXV.

Virginia,

330

XXXVI.

Virginia, continued,

339

XXXVII.

Virginia, continued,

351

XXXVIII.

Massachusetts,

362

XXXIX.

Massachusetts, continued,

377

CONTENTS,

Vlli

CHAPTER

...... CHAPTER .....

Massachusetts continued

XL.

PAGE 387

Connecticut,

XLI.

New

England Colonies,

New

Hampshire

New

York,

.

.

-

396

.

407

CHAPTER XLIL Connecticut

Rhode

New Haven,

Island

.

.

CHAPTER ..... ....... XLIII.

CHAPTER New

Delaware

Jersey Pennsylvania Carolina Georgia,

XLIV.

.....

Maryland

.

.

.

413

.

North

and

South

422

CHAPTER XLV. United Colonies of

New

England

Philip s

CHAPTER The

Charters of the

New

War,

.

.433

.

XLVI.

England Colonies revoked

Sir

Edmund Andros, 443

CHAPTER XL ........... CHAPTER .......... VII.

Massachusetts,

451

XLVIIL

Witchcraft in Salem,

CHAPTER ...... CHAPTER ..... CHAPTER .......

4GO

XLIX.

New

England,

.

.

471

L.

Indian

Wars

in the

South,

LI.

Collision with the

Canadian Indians,

CHAPTER ......... CHAPTER ..........

484

LII.

Same

subject continued,

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