Early Encounters in North America
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Early Encounters in North America is a full text collection of primary documents related to early encounters of North American Indian, European, American, and African peoples and cultures in North America, as well as descriptions of the natural features of North America at the time. The documents include: letters, diaries, memoirs, accounts of early encounters, as well as images. The collection is centered on present-day Canada and the United States with some limited coverage of Mexico.
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- Full Text? Yes
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