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ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN TERRAE INCOGNITAE,
THE JOURNAL FOR THE HISTORY OF DISCOVERIES

VOLUMES 1-32, 1969 - 2000

ARTICLES LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY AUTHOR


Compiled and Edited by Eric W. Wolf

For Subject index, please click here



1. Abbass, D. K., "Horses and Heroes: The Myth of the Importance of the Horse to the Conquest of the Indies," 16, 1986, 21-41.

2. Abeydeera, Ananda, "In Search of the Garden of Eden: Florentine Friar Giovanni dei Marignolli's Travels in Ceylon," 25, 1993, 1-23.

3. Abeydeera, Ananda, "IThe Geographical Perceptions of India and Ceylon in the Periplus Maris Erythraei and in Ptolemy's Geography," 30, 1998, 1-25.

4. Adams, Kathleen M., "Distant Encounters: Travel Literature and the Shifting Images of the Toraja of Sulawesi, Indonesia," 23, 1991, 81-92.

5. Allaire, Bernard, and Donald Hogarth, "Martin Frobisher, the Spaniards and a Sixteenth-Century Northern Spy," 28, 1996, 46-57.

6. Alsop, J. D., "From Muscovy to Guinea: English Seamen of the Mid-Sixteenth Century," 19, 1987, 59-61.

7. Anderson, Paul, "Isla Fuerte on the Juan de la Cosas mappamundi of 1500," 16, 1984, 1-13.

8. Andrews, Kenneth R., "One Way to Peru: Elizabethan Ambitions in America South of Capricorn," 14, 1982, 61-75.

9. Athappilli, Andrew, "An Indian Prototype for Prester John," 10, 1978, 15-23.

10. Barman, Roderick J., "The Forgotten Journey: Georg Heinrich Langsdorff and the Russian Imperial Scientific Expedition to Brazil, 1821-1829," 3, 1971, 67-96.

11. Baron, Samuel H., "Herberstein and the English 'Discovery' of Muscovy," 18, 1986, 43-54.

12. Baron, Samuel H., "The Lost Jenkinson Map of Russia (1562) Recovered, Redated and Retitled," 25, 1993, 53-65.

13. Barr, William, "The 'Discovery' and Exploration of Ostrov Bol'shoy Begichev 1908," 16, 1984, 15-24.

14. Beall, Charles P., "Frisland: Myth or Reality?," 9, 1977, 81-88.

15. Bederman, Sanford H., "A Centennial Appraisal of Stefan Rogozinski's Polish Expedition to the Cameroons, 1883-1885," 17, 1985, 1-13.

16. Bederman, Sanford H., "The Last and not the Least: Lt. Boyd Alexander's Tragic African Journeys, 1904-07 and 1908-10," 32, 2000, 67-74.

17. Bederman, Sanford H., and Jack I. Biles, "The Sojourn of Rabbi Mordochai Abi-Serour in Timbuctoo and French Trans-Saharan Interests," 3, 1971, 45-58.

18. Bederman, Sanford H., "The 1876 Brussels Geographical Conference and the Charade of European Cooperation in African Exploration," 21, 1989, 63-73.

19. Ben-Arieh, Yehoshua, "Pioneer Scientific Exploration in the Holy Land at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century," 4, 1972, 95-110.

20. Black, Jeannette D., "Lawrence Counselman Wroth, 1884-1970 [Obituary]," 4, 1972, p. 125.

21. Boucher, Philip P., "A Colonial Company at the Time of the Fronde: The Compagnie de la Terre ferme de l'Amérique ou France équinoxiale," 11, 1979, 43-58.

22. Boucher, Philip P., "The Island Caribs: Present State of the Debate," 24, 1992, 55-63.

23. Boxer, C. R., "A Note on the Triangular Trade between Macao, Manila, and Nagasaki, 1580-1640," 17, 1985, 51-59.

24. Boxer, C. R., "Faith and Empire: The Cross and the Crown in Portuguese Expansion, Fifteenth-Eighteenth Centuries," 8, 1976, 73-88. A commentary by Ursula Lamb appears on p. 89.

25. Boxer, C. R., "Sailing Orders for the Portuguese East-Indiamen of 1640 and 1646," 12, 1980, 37-48.

26. Boxer, C. R., "The Sailing-Orders for the Manila Galleons of 1635-36," 4, 1972, 7-17.

27. Bridges, Roy C., "The Historical Role of British Explorers in East Africa," 14, 1982, 1-21.

28. Brunelle, Gayle K., "Competition and Casualty in Rouennais Trade with the New World," 21, 1989, 41-53 .

29. Buisseret, David, "Archival Research Opportunities in Discovery History at the Newberry Library," 13, 1981, 35-36.

30. Bullock, R. A., "Towards an Understanding of the Exploration of the Kenyan Hinterland by Coastmen, 1850-1880," 17, 1985, 69-87.

31. Burstyn, Harold L., "Theories of Winds and Ocean Currents from the Discoveries to the End of the Seventeenth Century," 3, 1971, 7-31.

32. Campbell, Elia M., "Discovery and the Technical Setting, 1420-1520," 8, 1976, 11-18.

33. Cassidy, Vincent H., "More Fortunate Islands - And Some That Were Lost," 1, 1969, 35-39.

34. Cassidy, Vincent H., "New Worlds and Everyman: Some Thoughts on the Logic and Logistics of Pre-Columbian Discovery," 10, 1978, 7-13.

35. Chang, Kuei-Sheng, "The Ming Maritime Enterprise and China's Knowledge of Africa Prior to the Age of the Great Discoveries," 3, 1971, 33-44.

36. Charalambous, Demetrio, "Evidence of a Pre-Columbian Map of America," 28, 1996, 1-11.

37. Collins, R. D. J., "Abel Tasman in 1642: The Blok Fragment and the State Archives Copy Compared," 19, 1987, 63-68.

38. Cook, Harold J., "Ancient Wisdom, the Golden Age, and Atlantis: The New World in Sixteenth-Century Cosmography," 10, 1978, 25-43.

39. Cook, Warren L., "Tempest over Ancient America: Vermont Conference of 1977," 10, 1978, 81-85. For a review of the Conference Proceedings by Vincent H. Cassidy, see 12, 1980, 95-103.

40. Cuppage, Francis E., M. Peterson, J. Wagner, J. B. Miller, and V. Cherikoff, "James Cook's Eighteenth-Century Prevention of Scurvy by the Use of Indigenous Plants as Dietary Supplements," 26, 1994, 37-47.

41. Curtis, Francis, :British Charts and Surveys c. 1780-1820: the Rhetoric of Cultural Narrative," 29, 1997, 35-50.

42. David, Andrew, "James Cook's 1762 Survey of St. John's Harbour and Adjacent Parts of Newfoundland," 30, 1998, 63-71.

43. Dickson, Peter W. "Colon the Younger, the House of Braganza, and the Columbus-Perestrello Marriage of 1479," 31, 1999, 12-24.

44. Diffie, Bailey W., "Foreigners in Portugal and the 'Policy of Silence'," 1, 1969, 23-34.

45. Doerr, Albert E., revised by Oliver Dunn, "Drake's California Harbor: Another Look at William Caldeira's Story," 9, 1977, 49-59.

46. Doran, Michael F., "The Maritime Provenience of Iron Technology in West Africa," 9, 1977, 89-98.

47. Dunbar, G. S., "Societies for the History of Discoveries," 6, 1974, 65-71.

48. Dunn, Oliver C., "The Arquivo Historico da Marinha," 6, 1974, 73-76.

49. Dunn, Oliver, "Columbus's First Landing Place: The Evidence of the Journal," 15, 1983, 35-50.

50. Dunn, Oliver, "The Diario, or Journal, of Columbus's First Voyage: A New Transcription of the Las Casas Manuscript for the Period October 10 through December 6, 1492," 15, 1983, 173-231.

51. Dunn, Oliver, "Trouble at Sea: The Return Voyage of the Fleet of New Spain and Honduras in 1622," 11, 1979, 29-41.

52. Edwards, Clinton R., "The Discoveries of Mexico and the Meaning of Discovery," 17, 1985, 61-67.

53. Enterline, James, "Cryptography in the Yale Vinland Map," 23, 1991, 13-27, 2 ll. of errata laid in Vol. 24.

54. Fausett, David, "Historical and Literary Parallels in the Early Mapping of Australia," 26, 1994, 27-35.

55. Finlay, Robert, "The Treasure-Ships of Zheng He: Chinese Maritime Imperialism in the Age of Discovery," 23, 1991, 1-12.

56. Fischer, David, "Merchants Courtiers and the Sea Route to the Indies: The Case of Elizabethan England," 4, 1972, 111-118.

57. Fisher, Raymond H., "Dezhnev's Voyage of 1648 in the Light of Soviet Scholarship," 5, 1973, 7-26.

58. Fishman, Laura, "French Views of Native American Women in the Early Modern Era: The Tupinamba of Brazil," 26, 1994, 9-25.

59. Flint, Valerie I. J., "Columbus, 'El Romero,' and the So-Called Columbus Map," 24, 1992, 19-29.

60. Freibergs, Gunar, "Ad Orientem hiemalem: The Saga of a Circuitous Quest for the Origins of a 'very unusual post-Classical Construction'," 21, 1989, 1-7.

61. Fuller, Mary, "The Poetics of a Cold Climate, " 30, 1998, 41-53.

62. Fuson, Robert H., "The Diario de Colón: A Legacy of Poor transcription, Translation, and Interpretation," 15, 1983, 51-75.

63. Gainer, Kim Dian, "The Cartographic Evidence for the Columbus Landfall," 20, 1988, 43-68.

64. Gibson, Charles, "Conquest and So-Called Conquest in Spain and Spanish America," 12, 1980, 1-19.

65. Gibson, James R. "The Abortive First Russian Circumnavigation: Captain Mulovsky's 1787 Expedition to the North Pacific," 31, 1999, 49-60.

66. Giesecke, E. W., "Discovery of Humboldt Bay, California, in 1806 from the Ship O'Cain, Jonathan Winship, Commander," 29, 1997, 51-71 [30, 1998, 94-100 errata and update].

67. Goldstein, Thomas, "The Renaissance Concept of the Earth in its Influence upon Copernicus," 4, 1972, 19-51.

68. Goldstein, Thomas, "The Role of the Italian Merchant Class in Renaissance and Discoveries," 8, 1976, 19-27. A comment on the paper by Marvin B. Becker appears on p. 28.

69. Goodman, Edward J., "The Exploration and Mapping of the Arctic Coast of North America," 18, 1986, 55-72.

70. Goodman, Edward J., "The Search for the Mythical Lake Parima," 7, 1975, 23-30.

71. Gordon, Amy Glassner, "Confronting Cultures: The Effect of the Discoveries on Sixteenth-Century French Thought," 8, 1976, 45-56. A commentary by Thomas Tentler appears on p. 57.

72. Gordon, Amy Glassner, "Mapping La Popelinière's Thought: Some Geographical Dimensions," 9, 1977, 60-73.

73. Guitar, Lynn, "Franciscano Chicorano: a North American Indian in King Charles I's Court," 29, 1997, 1-9.

74. Hair, P. E. H., "A Note on Thevet's Unpublished Maps of Overseas Islands," 14, 1982, 105-116.

75. Hakulinen, Kerkko, and Olavi Heikkinen, "Finnish Exploration in Northern and Central Asia," 13, 1981, 1-16.

76. Harris, Lewis D., "Columbus' Easternmost Discoveries in Panama: A Geographical Appraisal," 16, 1984, 25-36.

77. Hébert, John R., "Mapping the Road to Santa Fé, 1825-1827," 7, 1975, 39-51.

78. Heckrotte, Warren, "The Discovery of Humboldt Bay: A New Look at an Old Story," 5, 1973, 27-41.

79. Hein, Jeanne, "Portuguese Communication with Africans on the Searoute to India," 25, 1993, 41-51.

80. Henige, David, "Edited...and not Precipitated: Three Recent Editions of Columbus' diario," 22, 1990, 93-104.

81. Henige, David, "Samuel Eliot Morison as Translator and Interpreter of Columbus' diario de a bordo," 20, 1988, 69-88.

82. Henige, David, "The Mutinies on Columbus' First Voyage: Fact or Fiction?," 23, 1991, 29-37.

83. Hess, Andrew C., "Piri Reis and the Ottoman Response to the Voyages of Discovery," 6, 1974, 19-37.

84. Hogarth, Donald D., "Resolution Island, Then and Now," 30, 1998, 26-40.

85. Hooker, Brian, "Identifying 'Davis's Land' in Maps," 21, 1989, 55-61.

86. Hooker, Brian, "The European Discovery of the Cook Islands," 30, 1998, 54-62.

87. Hopkins, Daniel, "Jens Michelsen Beck's Map of a Danish West Indian Sugar-Plantation Island: Land Administration, Speculation, and Fraud," 25, 1993, 99-114.

88. Huissen, Michael J., "England Encounters Japan: English Knowledge of Japan in the Seventeenth Century," 5, 1973, 43-59.

89. Icenogle, David, "The Romantic Adventurer as Explorer? The Case of Charles Chaillée-Long," 20, 1988, 21?42.

90. Johnson, Hildegard B., "The Role of Missionaries as Explorers in Africa," 1, 1969, 68-76.

91. Jones, H. G., "Ada Blackjack and the Wrangel Island Tragedy, 1921-1923," 31, 1999, 91-102.

92. Jones, Tom B., "The French Expedition to Lapland, 1736-37," 2, 1970, 15-24.

93. Joseph, Gilbert M., "John Coxon and the Role of Buccaneering in the Settlement of the Yucatán Colonial Frontier," 12, 1980, 65-84.

94. Juricek, John T., "English Territorial Claims in North America under Elizabeth and the Early Stuarts," 7, 1975, 7-22.

95. Kajdanski, Edward, "The Authenticity of Maurice Benyowsky's Account of his Voyage through the Bering Sea: The Earliest Description and the Earliest Drawings of St. Lawrence Island," 23, 1991, 51-79.

96. Kaups, Matti Enn, "Shifting Vinland - Tradition and Myth," 2, 1970, 29-60. For a rejoinder, see 3, 1971, 97-105.

97. Keegan, William F., "The Development and Extinction of Lucayan Society," 24, 1992, 43-53.

98. Keeler, Mary Frear, "The Boazio Maps of 1585-86," 10, 1978, 71-80.

99. Kellenbenz, Hermann, "The Role of the Great Upper German Families in Financing the Discoveries," 10, 1978, 45-59.

100. Kelley, James E., Jr., "Epistemology 101 for first Landfall Students: An Appreciation of an Important New Book [Review Article]," 24, 1992, 101-110.

101. Kelley, James E., Jr., "In the Wake of Columbus on a Portolan Chart," 15, 1983, 77-111.

102. Kelley, James E., Jr., "The Oldest Portolan Chart in the New World," 9, 1977, 22-48.

103. Kelsey, Harry, "Ruy López de Villalobos and the Route to the Philippines," 17, 1985, 29-45.

104. Kelsey, Harry, "The Planispheres of Sebastian Cabot and Sancho Gutiérrez," 19, 1987, 41-58.

105. Kley, Edwin J. van, "The Effect of the Discoveries on Seventeenth-Century Dutch Popular Culture," 8, 1976, 29-43.

106. Koeman, Cornelis, "The Chart Trade in Europe from its Origin to Modern Times," 12, 1980, 49-64.

107. Konvitz, Josef, "Changing Concepts of the Sea, 1550-1950," 11, 1979, 1-17.

108. Lamb, Ursula S., "Science by Litigation: A Cosmographic Feud," 1, 1969, 40-57.

109. Lamb, Ursula S., "The Sevillian Lodestone: Science and Circumstance," 19, 1987, 29-39.

110. Lamb, Ursula S., "The Spanish Cosmographic Juntas of the Sixteenth Century," 6, 1974, 51-64.

111. Lindsay, Robert O., "Henry IV and the Northeast Passage to the Indies," 2, 1970, 61-74.

112. Lindsay, Robert O., "Pierre Bergeron: A Forgotten Editor of French Travel Literature," 7, 1975, 31-38.

113. Longenbaugh, Dee, "Alaska's Own Cartographers," 31, 1999, 61-69.

114. Lorimer, Joyce, "Ralegh's First Reconnaissance of Guiana? An English Survey of the Orinoco in 1587," 9, 1977, 7-21.

115. Lorimer, Joyce, "The Location of Ralegh's Guiana Gold Mine," 14, 1981, 77-95.

116. Magnaghi, Russell M., "San Blas: Spanish Gateway to the North Pacific," 31, 1999, 42-48.

117. Magnaghi, Russell M., "Sassafras and its Role in Early America, 1562-1662," 29, 1997, 10-21

118. Masson, J. R., "Geographical Knowledge and Maps of Southern Africa Before 1500 A. D.," 18, 1986, 1-20.

119. McGuirk, Donald L., Jr., "The Depiction of Cuba on the Ruysch World Map," 20, 1988, 89-97.

120. McIntosh, Gregory C., "Martín Alonso Pinzón's Discovery of Babueca and the Identity of Guanahani," 24, 1992, 79-100.

121. Mitchell, Ken, "Science, Giants, and Gold: Juan de la Cruz Cano y Olmedilla's Maps Geográfico de la America Meridional," 31, 1999, 25-41.

122. Molander, Arne B., "A New Approach to the Columbus Landfall," 15, 1983, 113-149. A correction appears in 17, 1985, 47-49.

123. Molander, Arne B., "Columbus and the Method of Lunar Distance," 24, 1992, 65-78.

124. Nash, Gary B., "Perspectives on the History of Seventeenth-Century Missionary Activity in Colonial America," 11, 1979, 19-27.

125. Overton, John, "Exploration, Image and Illusion: Developing Views of the Nelson Colony, 1840-1865," 18, 1986, 73-93.

126. Pagden, Anthony, "The Forbidden Food: Francisco de Vitoria and José de Acosta on Cannibalism," 13, 1981, 17-29.

127. Parker, John, "Originasl Sources and Weighty Authorities: Some Thoughts on Revisionism and the Historiography of Discovery," 13, 1981, 31-34.

128. Parker, John, "The Columbus Landfall Problem: A Historical Perspective," 15, 1983, 1-28.

129. Parker, John, "Willard Glazier and the Mississippi Headwaters Controversy," 7, 1975, 53-63.

130. Parry, J. H., "Asia-in-the-West," 8, 1976, 59-71. A commentary by Charles Gibson appears on p. 71 .

131. Parry, J. H., "The Indies Richly Planted," 1, 1969, 11-22.

132. Parry, J. H., "The Navigators of the Conquista," 10, 1978, 61-70.

133. Peck, Douglas T., "Rethinking the Columbus Landfall Problem," 28, 1996, 12-35.

134. Peck, Douglas T., "The Cultural Image of the Prehistoric and Early Historic Island Caribs: The Controversy Revisited," 31, 1999, 1-11.

135. Phillips, Carla Rahn, "The Portraits of Columbus: Heavy Traffic at the Intersection of Art and Life," 24, 1992, 1-18.

136. Phillips, William D., Jr., "Christopher Columbus in Portugal: Years of Preparation," 24, 1992, 31-41.

137. Phillips, William D., Jr., "The Testimony of Empire: The Columbian Lawsuits," 32, 2000, 23-30.

138. Piveronus, Peter J., Jr., "John Rastell's Proposed Voyage to North America from Ireland, 1517-19," 3, 1971, 59-65.

139. Pohl, Frederick J., "Prince 'Zichmni' of the Zeno Narrative," 2, 1970, 75-86.

140. Postnikov, Alexei V. "Cartography and Boundary-Making on the Pamir (Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries)," 30, 1998, 72-93.

141. Postnikov, Alexei V. "The Search for a Sea Passage from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific via North America's Coast: On the History of Scientific Competition," 32, 2000, 31-54.

142. Power, Robert H., "The Discovery of Columbus's Island Passage to Cuba, October 12-27, 1492," 15, 1983, 151-172.

143. Quinn, David B., "'Virginians' on the Thames in 1603," 2, 1970, 7-14.

144. Quinn, David B., "Henri Quatre and New France," 22, 1990, 13-28.

145. Quinn, David B., "The English Contribution to Early Overseas Discovery," 8, 1976, 91-97.

146. Quinn, David B., "Turks, Moors, Blacks, and Others in Drake's West Indian Voyage," 14, 1982, 97-104.

147. Quinn, David B., and David R. Ransome, "Economic and Political Profit-Taking in the Aftermath of Thomas Cavendish's Circumnavigation of the Globe, 1588-1589," 29, 1997, 22-34.

148. Rebert, Paula, "George Engelmann of St. Louis and his Contributions to Western Geography," 32, 2000, 55-66.

149. Rebert, Paula, "Mapping the United States-Maxican Boundary: Coopersation and Controversy," 28, 1996, 58-71.

150. Reinhartz, Dennis, "In the Service of Catherine the Great: The Siberian Explorations and Map of Sir Samuel Bentham," 26, 1994, 49-60.

151. Reinhartz, Dennis, "Shared Vision: Herman Moll and his Circle and the Great South Sea," 19, 1987, 1-10.

152. Richardson, W. A. R. "East and South-East Asia: Cartographers' Attempts to Reconcile the Maps of Ptolemy and Martellus with Marco Polo's Travels and with Portuguese Charts," 32, 2000, 1-22.

153. Richardson, W. A. R., "Mercator's Southern Continent: Its Origins, Influence and Gradual Demise," 25, 1993, 67-98.

154. Richardson, W. A. R., "Piloting a Toponymic Course through Sixteenth-Century Southeast Asian Waters," 20, 1988, 1-20.

155. Sale, Kirkpatrick, "What Columbus Died Believing: The True Geographic Concepts of the Great Discoverer," 21, 1989, 9-16.

156. Sánchez, Joseph P., "Cartography, Exploration and Spanish Colonial Perspectives on Nature and Curiosities in the New World," 26, 1994, 1-8.

157. Sanz, Carlos, "The Discovery of America - The Three Maps which Determined it, Promoted Knowledge of its Form and Fixed its Name," 6, 1974, 77-84.

158. Sealey, Neil E., "An Examination of the Geography of Three Major Contenders for Columbus's First Landfall in 1492," 23, 1991, 39-50.

159. Slessarev, Vsevolod, and Pirie Sublett, "The Vinland Caption Reexamined," 1, 1969, 58-67.

160. Smith, Roger C., "Vanguard of Empire: The Mariners of Exploration and Discovery," 17, 1985, 15-27.

161. Snyder, Martin D., "Bishop Geraldini's Itinerarium of 1522," 12, 1980, 21-35.

162. Solnick, Bruce B., "After Columbus: Castile in the Caribbean," 4, 1972, 119-124.

163. Solnick, Bruce B., "In the Beginning...," 1, 1969, p. 9.

164. Spann, Philip O., "Sallust, Plutarch, and the 'Isles of the Blest'," 9, 1977, 75-80.

165. Sparks, Carol, "England and the Columbian Discoveries: The Attempt to Legitimize English Voyages to the New World," 22, 1990, 1-12.

166. Stephenson, Richard A., "Comparative Cartography and Coastal Processes: Four Hundred Years of Change on the Outer Banks of North Carolina," 22, 1990, 29-39.

167. Stephenson, Richard W., "The Henry Harrisse Collection of Publications, Papers, and Maps Pertaining to the Early Exploration of America," 16, 1984, 37-55.

168. Stephenson, Richard W., "The Mapping of the Northwest Boundary of Texas, 1859-1860," 6, 1974, 39 50.

169. Stevens, Errol Wayne, "The Asian-American Connection: The Rise and Fall of a Cartographic Idea," 21, 1989, 27-39.

170. Super, John C., "Spanish Diet in the Atlantic Crossing, the 1570s," 16, 1984, 57-70.

171. Thrower, Norman J. W., "New Light on the 1524 Voyage of Verrazzano," 11, 1979, 59-65.

172. Thrower, Norman J. W., "William H. Emory and the Mapping of the American Southwest Borderlands," 22, 1990, 41-91.

173. Tilton, David W., "Latitudes, Errors and the Northern Limit of the 1508 Pinzón and Solís Voyage," 25, 1993, 25-40.

174. Tilton, David W., "Yucatán on the Peter Martyr Map?," 21, 1989, 17-25.

175. Tolmacheva, Marina, "Bertius and al-Idrisi: An Experiment in Orientalist Cartography," 28, 1996, 36-45.

176. Torodash, Martin, "Balboa Historiography," 6, 1974, 7-17.

177. Tuck, Patrick J. N., "Auguste Pavie and the Exploration of the Mekong Valley, 1886-95," 14, 1982, 41-60 .

178. Turner, Hilary Louise, "Christopher Buondelmonti and the Isolario," 19, 1987, 11-28.

179. Urness, Carol, "Dmitri Bragin's Voyage in the North Pacific," 2, 1970, 87-93.

180. Verhoog, Pieter, "Columbus Landed at Caicos," 15, 1983, 29-34.

181. Vigneras, L.-A., "Grenland, Vinland, and the Yale Map," 4, 1972, 53-93.

182. Vigneras, L.-A., "Is There a 'Verrazzano River' on Juan Vespucci's 1526 Mappemonde?," 7, 1975, 65-67.

183. Vigneras, L.-A., "The Projected Voyage of Juan de Agramonte to the Carolinas, 1511," 11, 1979, 67-70 .

184. Vigneras, L.-A., "The Voyage of Esteban Gómez from Florida to the Baccalaos," 2, 1970, 25-28.

185. Vigneras, L.-A., "The Voyages of Diogo and Manoel de Barcelos to Canada in the Sixteenth Century," 5, 1973, 61-64.

186. Villiers, John, "De um caminho ganhar almas e fazenda: Motives of Portuguese Expansion in Eastern Indonesia in the Sixteenth Century," 14, 1982, 23-39.

187. Walker, James V. "Mapping of the Northwest Boundary of the United States, 1800-1846: an Historical Context," 31, 1999, 70-90.

188. Wallis, Helen M., "R. A. Skelton: An Appreciation," 4, 1972, p. 126.

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