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Spanish map of the Dominguez-Escalante expedition in the Four Corners area, 1770s. Photograph of a document
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Natives bring provisions to the shipwrecked crew of Columbus, 1492. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cuban natives greet landing party; chief addresses Columbus on the immortality of the soul. Hand-colored woodcut
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Columbus landing at Hispaniola, 1492.
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Columbus gives hawk's bells to natives after landing in the Caribbean, 1492.
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Columbus's hospitable reception by Guacanagari, Caribbean chief, after shipwreck of Santa Maria, 1492. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of America from the Spanish atlas executed at Messina 1582 by Joan Martines. Lithograph
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Map of the U.S. in 1819, with New Spain. Color halftone
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Map of Peru and South America from the Cabot map of the world, 1544. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map, Isthmus of Panama, 1744,from Oexmelin's Histoire. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map showing Lewis and Clark's route across Louisiana Territory. Hand-colored map
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Map of the U.S. 1810-1812, with boundary disputes of Spain & Great Britain. Printed color halftone
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Map of the U.S. in 1792, showing colonial claims on Oregon Territory. Printed color halftone
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Map of territorial growth of the U.S. from 1783-1867. Printed color lithograph
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Jesuit missionaries addressing Native Americans in California. Hand-colored woodcut
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Mission in California, with padres, Spanish soldiers, and Native Americans. Woodcut
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Spanish missionary Father Garzes instructing Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
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Native Americans under instruction in a Spanish mission. Hand-colored woodcut
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Columbus taking possession of the New World for Spain, 1492. Color lithograph
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Map of the Louisiana Purchase as understood in 1803, later modified by treaty. Printed color halftone
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Isthmus of Panama map from Prevost's Voyages, 1754 (in French). Hand-colored woodcut
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Landing of Columbus on the island of Guanahane in 1492. Color lithograph
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Seizure of Spanish treasure ships by English fleet of Francis Drake. Hand-colored woodcut
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Dona Marina, native interpreter for Cortes in conquest of Aztec Mexico. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cruelty of Spanish encomienda system on a sugar plantation, Santo Domingo. Hand-colored woodcut
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Bananas and other fruit trees of Hispaniola, from Benzoni's sketch, 1572. Hand-colored
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Spanish soldier aiming an arquebus in the New World, late 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Spanish conquerors destroying idols in Aztec Mexico. Hand-colored woodcut
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Exploring a tropical rain forest, such as in Central or South America. Hand-colored woodcut
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Columbus encountering an iguana ashore in the New World. Hand-colored woodcut
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New World geography according to a mapmaker of 1540. Hand-colored woodcut
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Zebulon Pike's route across western territory to Colorado, 1805-6. Hand-colored woodcut
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Maps of North American colonies, 1700s, before and after the French & Indian War. Color lithograph
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Natives working in the Spanish mines of Mexico, from De Bry. Hand-colored engraving
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Mistreatment of natives used as slaves by the Spanish in Mexico, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Spanish mission settlement in North America, a typical arrangement. Hand-colored woodcut
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Inca city of Cusco in Peru, 1556, after Spanish conquest. Hand-colored woodcut
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Isabella, the settlement founded by Columbus on Hispaniola, 1493. Hand-colored woodcut
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Native massacre of the Spaniards at La Navidad, Columbus' settlement, 1492. Hand-colored woodcut
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Balboa's discovery of the Pacific Ocean, 1513. Hand-colored woodcut
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Balboa discovering the Pacific Ocean, 1513. Hand-colored woodcut
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New World map after Magellan's passage around Cape Horn in 1519. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cortes' fleet sailing to conquer Mexico. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of Hispaniola, 1534, from cartography of Peter Martyr and Oviedo. Hand-colored woodcut
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Balboa raising his sword to claim the Pacific Ocean for Spain, 1513. Hand-colored woodcut
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Balboa's first embarkation on the Pacific Ocean (South Sea), 1513. Hand-colored woodcut
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Quoniambec, a Patagonia native described as a giant by explorers. Hand-colored woodcut
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Possibly the earliest engraving of an American buffalo, 1558 (first mentioned by Cabeza de Vaca). Hand-colored woodcut
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Spanish conquistador in armor on horseback, New Spain, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Eastern portion of De Soto's route across southeastern North America, 1539. Hand-colored woodcut
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Early explorers coming ashore along the Florida coast. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of De Soto expedition's route across southeast North America, 1539-1542. Hand-colored woodcut
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House of Cortes in Mexico City, built by native labor in the 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Church and Hospital of Jesus, founded by Cortes in Mexico City, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of Cortes' landing area in Mexico, 1519. Hand-colored woodcut
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Tenochtitlan, capital city of Aztec Mexico, an island connected by causeways to land, 1520s. Hand-colored woodcutfrom Ramusio
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Native American woman approaching hut in the hills near Pachuca, Mexico, where Mass is celebrated. Hand-colored engraving
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Pizarro orders the Inca ruler Atahualpa to be led instantly to execution, 1533. Hand-colored woodcut
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North America at the close of the French and Indian war, 1760s. Printed color lithograph
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North America at the close of the Revolution - Treaty 1783. Printed color lithograph
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Seaport of Callao de Lima, Peru, circa 1620. Hand-colored woodcut
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Busy port of Santo Domingo on Hispaniola, early 1700s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cortes met by Toltec dignitaries on arriving in Teotihuacan with his army, 1519. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration
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Cortes marches out of Tenochtitlan to battle the army of Narvaez, 1519. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration
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Native house on Hispaniola, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut reproduction from Oviedo, edition of 1547
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Castilia del Oro (Gold Coast) of northeastern South America, as known from Wytfliet, 1597. Hand-colored woodcut
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Map of the western US before white settlement. Hand-colored woodcut
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Conquistadors burning natives, 1600s. Hand-colored woodcut of Champlain's drawing from his voyage to the West Indies and Mexico
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European claims in North America in 1733, when the last English colony, Georgia, was founded. Color lithograph
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Early map of Cuba, 1597. Hand-colored woodcut
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Natives of the Bahamas as described by early explorers of the New World. Hand-colored woodcut
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Natives of the Leeward Islands as described by early explorers of the New World. Hand-colored woodcut
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Taino from the mountains of Hispaniola as described by early explorers of the New World. Hand-colored woodcut
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Spanish adventurers preparing an expedition to the gold mines of Cuba, 1500s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Model of a Portuguese or Spanish navigator using an astrolabe, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Model of a Portuguese or Spanish navigator using an astrolabe, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Model of a Portuguese or Spanish navigator using an astrolabe, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Model of a Spanish conquistador, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Model of a Spanish conquistador, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Closup of a model of a Spanish conquistador, 1500s, Cabrillo National Monument, San Diego, California
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Ponce de Leon trying to identify the Fountain of Youth in Florida, 1513. Hand-colored woodcut
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Jesuit missionaries addressing Native Americans in California. Digitally modified hand-colored woodcut
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Spanish missionary Father Garzes instructing Native Americans. Hand-colored woodcut
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Dona Marina, native interpreter for Cortes in conquest of Aztec Mexico. Hand-colored woodcut
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Natives working in the Spanish mines of Mexico, from De Bry. Digitally modified hand-colored engraving
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Isthmus of Panama map from Prevost's Voyages, 1754 (in French). Woodcut
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Spanish soldier aiming an arquebus in the New World, late 1500s. Woodcut
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Natives working in the Spanish mines of Mexico, from De Bry. Engraving
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Isabella, the settlement founded by Columbus on Hispaniola, 1493. Woodcut
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Conquistadors burning natives, 1600s. Woodcut of Champlain's drawing from his voyage to the West Indies and Mexico
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Spanish punishing Indians for not attending church, 1600s. Woodcut of champlain's drawing from his voyage to the West Indies and Mexico
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Sketch of an American bison made about 1599 during Onate's expedition. Woodcut reproduction
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Native village beneath the volcano, Mount Mayon, Philippines, circa 1890. Hand-colored woodcut
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Harbor of Havana, Cuba, in the 1800s. Hand-colored engraving
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Sugar plantation in Cuba, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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Cuban sugar-planter with his staff and Spanish bodyguards, 1890s. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
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Port of Havana, Cuba, in early Spanish colonial times. Hand-colored woodcut from Montanus
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Imperial del Paseo, Havana, Cuba 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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General Juan Rius Rivera, insurgent leader in Pinar Del Rio, Cuba, 1896. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
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British naval invasion of Cartagena, Colombia, 1741. Hand-colored woodcut of a drawing by Gravelot
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Spanish horseman slaying infidels, bas-relief on the church of San Francisco, built by Franciscan missionaries in 1540, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Spanish horseman slaying infidels, bas-relief on the church of San Francisco, built by Franciscan missionaries in 1540, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Moon over the former monastery of St Francis, begun in 1540, now the regional museum, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Dome of the former monastery of St Francis, begun in 1540, now the regional museum, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Church and Convent of San Antonio, built by Spanish Franciscans between 1613-1673, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Church and Convent of San Antonio, built by Spanish Franciscans between 1613-1673, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe adorning the Temple of the Congregation, built in 1680, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Belltower of a Spanish colonial church, the Temple of the Congregation, in Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Bell and clock tower of the Church of Santiago in Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Architectural detail of the Church of Santiago in Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Dome of the former monastery of St Francis, begun in 1540, now the regional museum, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Street in the old Spanish colonial city of Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Bell atop the Government Palace, where Dona Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez helped start the revolution from Spain, Plaza de la Indpendencia, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Native woman with her burden passing the Government Palace where the Mexican revolution began, Plaza de la Independencia, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Courtyard of the Government Palace, where Dona Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez helped start the revolution from Spain, Plaza de la Indpendencia, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Courtyard of the Government Palace, where Dona Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez helped start the revolution from Spain, Plaza de la Indpendencia, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Memorial plaque to Dona Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez, who helped start the revolution from Spain, Plaza de la Indpendencia, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Dome of the former monastery of St Francis, begun in 1540, now the regional museum, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Dome of the former monastery of St Francis, begun in 1540, now the regional museum, Queretaro, Mexico. Digital photograph
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Belltower of the colonial-era church of San Francisco, San Miguel Allende, Mexico. Digital photograph

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