APA Citation

Gorges, F. (1658). America painted to the life: The true history of the Spaniards proceedings in the conquests of the Indians, and of their civil wars among themselves, from Columbus his first discovery to these later times : as also of the original undertakings of the advancement of plantations into those parts, with a perfect relation of our English discoveries, shewing their beginning, progress, and continuance, from the year 1628 to 1658 ... : more especially, an absolute narrative of the north parts of America, and of the discoveries and plantations of our English in Virginia, New-England, and Berbadoes. London: Printed for Nath. Brook ....

Chicago Style Citation

Gorges, Ferdinando. America Painted to the Life: The True History of the Spaniards Proceedings in the Conquests of the Indians, and of Their Civil Wars Among Themselves, From Columbus His First Discovery to These Later Times : As Also of the Original Undertakings of the Advancement of Plantations Into Those Parts, With a Perfect Relation of Our English Discoveries, Shewing Their Beginning, Progress, and Continuance, From the Year 1628 to 1658 ... : More Especially, an Absolute Narrative of the North Parts of America, and of the Discoveries and Plantations of Our English in Virginia, New-England, and Berbadoes. London: Printed for Nath. Brook ..., 1658.

MLA Citation

Gorges, Ferdinando. America Painted to the Life: The True History of the Spaniards Proceedings in the Conquests of the Indians, and of Their Civil Wars Among Themselves, From Columbus His First Discovery to These Later Times : As Also of the Original Undertakings of the Advancement of Plantations Into Those Parts, With a Perfect Relation of Our English Discoveries, Shewing Their Beginning, Progress, and Continuance, From the Year 1628 to 1658 ... : More Especially, an Absolute Narrative of the North Parts of America, and of the Discoveries and Plantations of Our English in Virginia, New-England, and Berbadoes. London: Printed for Nath. Brook ..., 1658.

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