THE SPANISH CONQUEST IN AMERICA AND ITS RELATION TO THE HISTORY OF SLAVERY AND TO THE GOVERMENT OF COLONIES

London: James W. Parker and Son West Strand, 1855-1861. First edition. 8vo. xv, 528; vii, 526; viii, 584; viii, 510, 8 pages. Maps. Original green cloth. Bright fine set. Larned calls this “a standard work, written in a vein of philanthropic philosophy, not intended as a narrative of the annals of the conquest, but rather as a study of the causes and the results of the course of events.” Field 682: “The whole of this noble work is devoted to a history of the relations of the Indians of America to its Spanish invaders. Work: page 254. Item #62040

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