|Creator:||Sánchez, Francisco Miguel, Fray|
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Fray Francisco Miguel Sánchez, a Franciscan from the College of San Fernado at San Blas, accompanied an 1789 expedition to Nootka Sound to establish a mission.
The manuscript formerly belonged to Jose M. Linga. Given to the library by William Robertson Coe.
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The manuscript describes an 1789 Spanish expedition to the Northwest coast to determine the extent of Russian settlement and trade, as well as the activities of other nations in the region. Meetings with captains James Colnett, Robet Gray, William Douglas, and John Kendrick, and the seizure of the British ships Argonaut and Princess Royal, and the Portuguese ship Iphigenia, are recorded. The work also includes a vocabulary of the Nootka language and a description of the Nookta region and Indians.
1 v. (in a case) ; 20 cm.
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|Curatorial Area:||Yale Collection of Western Americana, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library|
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