English Views of the Indians of Peru

Bradley, Peter T.
September 1999
Seventeenth Century;Autumn99, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p143
Academic Journal
Presents information on the eyewitness descriptions of the Indians of Peru, both in native English writers and in the work of others translated into English in the 17th century. Theme of the pamphlets produced in Italian, German and French; Early chroniclers of the Indians; Representations in English of New World Indians; Personal observation of the Indians by John Narborough.


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