The New World: Embracing American History

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Hurlbut, Kellogg, American Subscription Publishing House, 1862

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THE SETTLEMENT OF THE ISTHMUS AND DISCOVERY OF THE PACIFIC
89
Fernando MagellanHis Voyage to the Southwest Winters at Port St Julian the Patagonians Dis
97
The Mexican Aboriginestheir Origin and Appearancetheir Government Theology Manners
105
The March toward Mexico Spirited Resistance of the Tlascalans Success of the Spaniardstheir Dis
115
Tuprincipled Scheme of Cortes His Treacherous Seizure of Montezuma Burning of the Aztec
128
Religious Zeal of Cortes Discontent of the Mexicans Dangerous Position of the Spaniards Trans
132
Cortes prepares to leave the City Death of Montezuma The Noche Triste or Miserable Night Great
142
The Campaign against Mexico renewed Iztapalapan and other Cities taken by Storm Great Accessions
150
General Assault on the City Artful Device of the Besieged Defeat of the Spaniardstheir Losses Ter
159
Terrible Sufferings and Mortality of the Besieged Obstinnte Resistance of Guatemozin Courage
164
Arrival at Honduras Usurpation in Mexico Obsequies and Masses performed for CortesHis Retum
172
Commencement of the First Revolution Iturrigaray Hidalgo First Outbreak Insurgeous Defeated
181
Espousal of the Cause of Independence by Iturbide Proclamation at Iguala Union with the Revolution
185
Annexation of Texas to the United States Indignation of Mexico Slidells Commission Preparations
193
Movements of Santa Anna His Plans Thwarted by Valencia Battle of Contreras Seizure of San
203
Summary of Naval Operations Colonel Kearneys Proceedings in New Mexico Events in California
209
Second Voyage of Pizarro and Almagrotheir Sufferings Fresh Discoveries Return of Almagro
216
Pizarro lands at TumbezMarches Southward and founds San Miguel Proceeds in Quest of the Inca
227
Execution of Challcuchima Indian Hostilities Entrance of the Spaniards into Cuzco More Treasure
238
Mission of Hernando His Fate Expedition of Gonzalo Pizarro Discovery of and Voyage down
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