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Title Record of Sir Francis Drake's third voyage to the West Indies by Philip Nicholls, preacher, from the reports of Christopher Ceelie and Ellis Hixon and others who were on the voyage.
Author(s) Nicholls, Philip
Section Section I: Cultural Contacts, 1492-1969
Date 1573
Document Type Manuscript, Diary
Library British Library
Reference MSS Sloane 301
Notes Reviewed with additional notes by Sir Francis Drake, in his own hand. Formerly owned by Charles I, 1572-1573.
Region Europe, Central America and the Caribbean, South America
Names Sir Francis Drake, John Drake, Philip Nicholls, Christopher Ceelie, Ellis Hixon, John Hawkins, John Garrett
Places England, Plymouth, West Indies, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Nombre de Dios, Latin America, Panama, Darienne, Darian, Darien, Rio Grand, Venta Cruz
Topics journal, privateering, Spanish empire, indigenous housing (f5v), indigenous peoples, Native Americans, South American Indians, tribal relations, alliances with indigenous people against Spanish, colonial conflict, battle, military skirmish with Spanish and indigenous people (ff7v-9), exploitation of resources, treasure, gold, silver (f8), trade, supplies, natural history, mosquitoes (f11v), turtles, native fruit and vegetable garden (f14v), weapons, health and disease (ff9, 22v), dissection and anatomy (f17), religion, Christianity, evangelism (f18v), spies
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