THE JOURNEY OF FRANCISCO VAZQUEZ DE CORONADO 1540-1542. As Told by Pedro de Casteneda, Francisco Vazquez de Coronado, and others. Translated and edited by George Parker Winship with additional notes and an Introduction by Frederick Webb Hodge, director of the Southwest Museum at Los Angeles. The initials are by Fred Glauser and the illustrations by Arvilla Parker. Pedro DE CASTANEDA, Francisco Vazquez DE CORONODO, George Parker WINSHIP.

THE JOURNEY OF FRANCISCO VAZQUEZ DE CORONADO 1540-1542. As Told by Pedro de Casteneda, Francisco Vazquez de Coronado, and others. Translated and edited by George Parker Winship with additional notes and an Introduction by Frederick Webb Hodge, director of the Southwest Museum at Los Angeles. The initials are by Fred Glauser and the illustrations by Arvilla Parker.

San Francisco: The Grabhorn Press, 1933. First Edition Thus. Hardcover. Quarto, original green cloth titled in red "JOURNEY OF CORONADO" on spine. 550 copies printed. 134 pp + Notes, printed throughout in red & black, illustrated. Cloth at head of spine just starting to fray, otherwise a very good clean copy. Very Good. Item #303022

¶ An account by one of Francisco Coronado's soldiers in the 1540-42 expedition to explore the Southwest from Mexico City to the Grand Canyon and the Great Plains. Coronado explored the American Southwest, through Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma and as far north as present day Kansas.

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