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MANN, FLORIAN A. Story of the Huguenots a Sixteenth Century Narrative Wherein the French, Spaniards and Indians were the Actors. By F. A. Mann. Pres of Will A. Kistler Company, Los Angeles, Cal., 1912. (c1898, 1912) [At head of title:] Florida Historical Tales. Author's Revised Edition, (Fourth Thousand). 12.8 x 18cm. $30.00 Bound original green cloth with black lettering on spine and front cover, color picture of palm trees on front cover, cloth with some wrinkles, picture is rubbed some, shelf wear, damp spots on rear cover, light foxing of endpapers, light dampstain on first few pages. Pagination: (1) title, (1) copyright, (1) dedication, (1) blank, 5-198pp text, (2)pp ads. This book tells the history of the French colony founded on the St. Johns River in Florida in 1564. The expedition was sponsored by Admiral Coligny who sought to provide a refuge for the French Huguenots. The story concludes with the Battle of Azala against the Spanish in 1566. (17006)
Title: Story of the Huguenots a Sixteenth Century Narrative Wherein the French, Spaniards and Indians were the Actors.
Publisher: Los Angeles, CA, 1912 1912
Size: 20th Century Books,|Church History,|General & Mis
Weight: 2.00 Item
Item Number: 17006
Keywords: 20th Century Books, Church History, General & Misc, Americana,