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Title Old England on the Sea: The Story of Admiral Drake
Section Section II: Empire Writing & the Literature of Empire
Date ca. 1900
Document Type Printed Book
Place of Publication London
Publisher John. F. Shaw & Co
Library British Library
Reference 012803.g.55
Region Central America and the Caribbean, South America, South East Asia, Europe
Names Gordon Stables, Sir Francis Drake, John Hawkins (pp105-117, 121-139), Mary I (pp68-71, 97), Elizabeth I (pp118, 173, 214-216), Thomas Doughty (pp174-190)
Places West Indies (pp106-108), Dominica (p237), Cape Verde Islands (p124), Nombre de Dios (p147), Latin America, Darien (p147), Panama City (p164), Cartagena (pp246-253), Brazil (p185), Straights of Magellan (p192-193), Tierra del Fuego (p194), Peru (pp201-202), Philippines (p209), Spain, Cadiz (p293)
Topics children's literature, adventure, exploration, contents (pix), liat sea, privateering (pp105, 118), Spanish empire, exploitation of resources, gold (p160), sea battle (p120), religion, anti-Catholicism (pp30-31, 68-71, 197), trade, slavery, slave trade (pp107-108, 124-126), natural history (pp111-117, 179-180), tobacco (pp115-116), Portuguese empire (p124), colonial conflict (pp124, 152), love (p144), Maroons (pp162-166, 171), circumnavigation of the globe (p175), indigenous population (pp185, 194, 237-238), religion (p185), Golden Hind (p195), indigenous peoples, Native Americans (pp208-209), health and disease, yellow fever (p237), Cadiz raid (pp280-301), Spanish Armada (pp345-372)
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