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Jarrolds London 1964. 1st edition. This is the true account of possibly the most remarkable overland journey across the North American continent in the history of exploration. In the course of eight years, from 1528 to 1536, Cabeza de Vaca-one of the foremost Spanish explorers of the New World - altogether travelled more thai five thousand miles, virtually all of them through country never before seen by white men. Treasurer of the original expeditionary cavalcade that had bravely set forth from Spain in I527, Cabeza de Vaca hacked his way up the peninsula of Florida and sailed by horse-hide boat across the Gulf of Mexico to the coast of central Texas; then, with three companions, he crossed the and plains on foot to the Rio Grande; thence trekked over the Sierra Madre mountains to the Gulf of California, and southward to Mexico City. Original dust jacket over black cloth covered end boards. Jacket nicked otherwise clean, tight good condition. 289pp. 215 x 130 mm