4 edition of The maritime enterprise of British America found in the catalog.
The maritime enterprise of British America
Bourinot, John George Sir
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Traces the maritime expansion of England through descriptions of a multitude of sea voyages from through Analyzes exploration, trading enterprise ventures and piracy and reveals how the attempts to create British settlements overseas resulted in the founding of the first New World colonies.
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