America -- Discovery and exploration -- Maps -- Early works to 1800. : An historical & geographical description of the great country & river of the Amazones in America. : Drawn out of divers authors, and reduced into a better forme; with a mapp of the river, and of its provinces, being that place which Sr Walter Rawleigh intended to conquer and plant, when he made his voyage to Guiana. / Written in French by the Count of Pagan, and dedicated to Cardinall Mazarine, in order to a conquest by the Cardinals motion to be undertaken. And now translated into English by William Hamilton, and humbly offered to his Majesty, as worthy his consideration.
America -- Discovery and exploration -- Norse -- Congresses. : Approaches to Vínland : a conference on the written and archaeological sources for the Norse settlements in the North-Atlantic region and exploration of America : the Nordic House, Reykjavík, 9-11 August 1999 : proceedings / edited by Andrew Wawn and Þórunn Sigurðardóttir.
America -- Discovery and exploration -- Pre-Columbian -- Early works to 1800. : An attempt to shew, that America must be known to the ancients : made at the request, and to gratify the curiosity, of an inquisitive gentleman: to which is added an appendix, concerning the American colonies, and some modern managements against them. By an American Englishman. Pastor of a church in Boston, New-England. [Five lines of quotations].
America -- Discovery and exploration -- Russian. : A Russian discovery of America / [selected and edited, with an introduction, biographical notes and commentary by Alexandr Nikoljukin ; translated from the Russian by Cynthia Carlile and Julius Katzer].
America -- Discovery and exploration -- Welsh -- Early works to 1800. : The Welch indians : Or, A collection of papers, respecting a people whose ancestors emigrated from Wales to America, in the year 1170, with Prince Madoc, (three hundred years before the first voyage of Columbus), and who are said now to inhabit a beautiful country on the west side of Mississipi. Dedicated to the Missionary Society by George Burder.