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Primary sources Pigafetta, Antonio (1906), Magellan's Voyage around the World, Arthur A. Clark (orig. Primer viaje en torno del globo Retrieved on 2009-04-08)
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Magellan (Francis Guillemard, Antonio Pigafetta, Francisco Albo, Gaspar Correa) [2008] Viartis ISBN 978-1-906421-00-7 Maximilianus Transylvanus , De Moluccis insulis , 1523, 1542 Nowell, Charles E. ed. (1962), Magellan's Voyage around the World: Three Contemporary Accounts, Evanston: NU Press The First Voyage Round the World, by Magellan , full text, English translation by Lord Stanley of Alderley , London: Hakluyt, [1874] – six contemporary accounts of his voyage Secondary sources Bergreen, Laurence (2003), Over the Edge of the World: Magellan's Terrifying Circumnavigation of the Globe, William Morrow, ISBN 978-0-06-093638-9 , lay summary Guillemard, Francis Henry Hill (1890), The life of Ferdinand Magellan, and the first circumnavigation of the globe, 1480–1521 , G. Philip, retrieved 8 April 2009 Hildebrand, Arthur Sturges (1924), Magellan, New York: Harcourt, Brace & Co, ISBN 978-1-4179-1413-5 Joyner, Tim (1992), Magellan, Camden, Me.: International Marine Publishing, ISBN 978-0-07-033128-0 Nunn, George E. (1932), The Columbus and Magellan Concepts of South American Geography Parr, Charles M. (1953), So Noble a Captain: The Life and Times of Ferdinand Magellan, New York: Crowell, ISBN 978-0-8371-8521-7 Parry, J.H. (1979), The Discovery of South America, New York: Taplinger Parry, J.H. (1981), The Discovery of the Sea, Berkeley: University of California Press, ISBN 978-0-520-04236-0 Parry, J.H. (1970), The Spanish Seaborne Empire, New York: Knopf, ISBN 978- 0-520-07140-7 Pérez-Mallaína, Pablo E. (1998), Spain's Men of the Sea: Daily Life on the Indies Fleets in the Sixteenth Century, trans. Carla Rahn Phillips, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, ISBN 978-0-8018-5746-1 , lay summary Roditi, Edouard (1972), Magellan of the Pacific, London: Faber & Faber, ISBN 978-0-571-08945-1 Schurz, William L. (May 1922), "The Spanish Lake", Hispanic American Historical Review, 5 (2): 181–194, doi : 10.2307/2506024 , JSTOR 2506024 . Thatcher, Oliver J. ed. (1907), "Vol. V: 9th to 16th Centuries" , The Library of Original Sources, University Research Extension Co, pp. 41–57, retrieved 8 April 2009 Wilford, John Noble (2000), The Mapmakers, New York: Knopf, ISBN 978-0-375- 70850-3 , lay summary Zweig, Stefan (2007), Conqueror of the Seas – The Story of Magellan , Read Books, ISBN 978-1-4067-6006-4 Cameron, Ian (1974). Magellan and the first circumnavigation of the world. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson. ISBN 029776568X . OCLC 842695 .
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Voyages: To the New World and Beyond We know the shape of the world today because ships of the mid-fiftennth to mid- eighteenth centuries, driven by wind and human muscle, were navigated into every last bay and estuary on Earth searching for new riches. First the take was spices and other
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exotic products of the Orient, then gold and ivory from Africa, followed by beaver pelts, coffee, and goods from the Americas, and finally luxurious sea otter pelts from the Northwest Coast of North America. The ships that made these voyages evolved over time and their navigators benefited from centuries of accumulated experience.
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