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Title A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia Theodor de Bry after John White
Author(s) de Bry, Theodorus
Section Section III: The Visible Empire
Date 1 Apr 1590
Document Type Printed Book
Library British Library
Reference G.6837
Region North America, East Asia, Europe
Names Theodorus de Bry (frontispiece), Sir Richard Greinuile Knight (frontispiece, 5, 32), Sir Walter Raleigh (frontispiece, 5, 32), Queen Elizabeth I (frontispiece)
Places Virginia, Secota, Roanoac, Pomeioock, Dasamonquepeuc, China (p31), Japan (p31), Persia, Iran (p31), Cyprus (p31), Greece (p31), Italy (p31), Spain (p31)
Topics exploration, Virginia, Native Americans, indigenous peoples, discovery, discovering Virginia, voyage, purpose of the voyage (pp1-2), trade, materials, environment, fabric, natural history, natural resources, local commodities, diet, food, silk, flax and hemp, trees, wood, wines, berries, animal skins, deer skins, metals, iron, copper, dyes, sugar, sugar canes, fruit, oranges, lemons (pp7-12, 31-33), diet, food, agriculture, local produce, wheat, grain, beans, bread, herbs, crops, corn, nuts, fruit, deer, squirrels, foul, turkey, fish (pp13-21, 31-33), architecture, buildings, building materials, construction materials, trees, stone, brick, limestone, clay (pp22-24), weapons (p24), Native Americans, threat to indigenous population (p24), Religion, God, Mantoac, Kewafowok (pp25-30), culture, culture comparisons (p31-33), index
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