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Laudonniere & Fort Caroline: History and Documents

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This classic historical resource remains the most complete work on the establishment of Fort Caroline, which heralded the start of permanent settlement by Europeans in North America.

America's history was shaped in part by the clash of cultures that took place in the southeastern United States in the 1560s. Indians, French,
and Spaniards vied to profit from European attempt
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Paperback, 216 pages
Published May 11th 2001 by University Alabama Press
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Lyra
Dec 03, 2010 Lyra rated it it was amazing
The Spanish and English weren't the only ones who attempted colonization of Florida. The French were here too. Fort Caroline was started at the same as St. Augustine. The documents are amazing on their own and this should be read just for that section.
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