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The catalogue for an exhibition held to dedicate the Mendel Room in the Lilly Library. The Bernardo Mendel collection is of source material relating primarily to the discovery of the New World, the Spanish conquest and the independence movements in…

This catalogue describes an exhibition of materials relating to the Pacific Northwest between 1542 and 1846. The exhibited books are contemporary, or near contemporary, records of participants whose narratives fixed world attention on this vast and…

This catalogue describes an exhibition held to mark the quincentennial of the first Columbus voyage through materials from the collections of J.K. Lilly, Jr., Bernardo Mendel and Charles R. Boxer. These collections contain many books about European…

This catalogue describes an exhibition of materials documenting European and American voyages of scientific discovery from 1700 until 1850. Presented in three sections, the exhibition comprised materials charting exploration of the Pacific Ocean…

The modern age begins with European 'discovery' of America, which enormously expanded the known world and encouraged exploration, colonization, navigation, the knowledge of a new flora and fauna, and of meteorology, quite apart from its political and…

The modern age begins with the 'discovery' of America, which enormously expanded the known world and encouraged exploration, colonization, navigation, the knowledge of a new flora and fauna, and of meteorology, quite apart from its political and…
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