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Title Captain Bartholomew Sharp's South Sea Waggoner
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1684
Document Type Manuscript, Map
Library British Library
Reference MSS Sloane 44
Notes A chart of South America, containing 135 large scale maps and drawings of the western coast from Acapulco to Cape Horn. Each drawing has a brief description with bearings and distances, and sometimes instructions for anchoring and the navigation of rivers. This volume appears to be the work of celebrated seventeenth century map-maker, William Hack. Originally presented to Charles II, 1684.
Region South America, North America, Central America and the Caribbean
Names Bartholomew Sharp, William Hack, Charles II
Places Latin America, Popayan, Colombia, Guiana, Brazil, Chile, Peru, Florida, West Indies, Straights of Magellan, South Seas, South Pacific Ocean, Mexico, Acapulco (f4), Guamalula (f6), Guatimala, Guatemala, Quicara (f27), Panama (f33), Bay of Panama, Perle Islands, Isle of Gorgona (f43), Isle of Plate (f53), Port of Hillo (f97), Port of Hilo, Port of Arica (f98), Juan Fernandez (f134)
Topics charts, plans, maps, cartography, exploration, navigation
Copyright THE BRITISH LIBRARY BOARD. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. LICENCE NO: 5475