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The natural and civil history of the French dominions in North and South America. With an historical detail of the acquisitions, and conquests, made by the British arms in those parts. Giving a particular account of the climate, soil, minerals, animals, vegetables, manufactures, trade, commerce, and languages. Together with the religion, government, genius, character, manners and customs of the Indians and other inhabitants. Illustrated by maps and plans of the principal places, collected from the best authorities, and engraved by T. Jefferys ...

Author/Creator:
Jefferys, Thomas, d. 1771.
Publication:
London, Printed for T. Jefferys, W. Johnston, J. Richardson, and B. Law and Co., 1761.
Format/Description:
Book
2 parts in 1 v. : maps, plans ; fol.
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Subjects:
Canada -- History -- To 1763 (New France).
Canada -- Description and travel.
West Indies, French -- Description and travel.
Louisiana -- Description and travel.
Mississippi River Valley -- Description and travel.
Contents:
Part 1. A description of Canada and Louisiana. Part 2. Part of the islands of St. Domingo and St. Martin, the islands of St. Bartholomew, Guadaloupe, Martinico, La Grenade, and the island and colony of Cayenne.
Notes:
Duplication of some page numbers in pt. I; cancellans slip mounted on p. 80 of pt. II. See Howes and Sabin as cited below.
Each part has separate title.
Penn Provenance:
Dechert, Robert (donor)
Penn Chronology:
1761.
Cited in:
Field, 775
Cox II, p. 129
Streeter Cat. I, 128
Howes, J-83
Sabin, 35964
Contributor:
Dechert Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
OCLC:
6150178