File:The Coronado expedition, 1540-1542.djvu

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English: "The Coronado expedition, 1540-1542"in digital .djvu format.
  • Book by George Parker Winship; pub. Washington, 1896.
  • History book about the Spanish colonial Coronado Expedition (1540–1542), traveling from central New Spain (Mexico) northward across southwestern North America through present day New Mexico to Kansas. Coronado was seeking the legendary/mythical Seven Cities of Gold.
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Author Winship, George Parker

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