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Mappa Geographica exhibens Provincias, Oppida, Sacella &c quae Mensibus Novembri ac Decembri anni 1751 et ... anni 1752 peragravit ad Indorum Chilensium terras ...
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plate; vol. 2-3, preceding pt. 5
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Map showing the provinces, missions, towns, and shrines of the Jesuits in Chile between November 1751 and March 1752. Cartographic elements include location of rivers, compass rose, scale, some topographical details, and degrees of latitude and longitude. Decorative elements include animals such as cattle, horse, goats, sheep, llama, and a rhea. Also includes native American towns. Decorative cartouche includes a Jesuit monk [Havestadt?] holding a biretta and wearing a crucifix. Also includes altar with a picture of the Virgin and child.
Havestadt, Bernhard, 1714-1781
Chilidúgu sive Res Chilenses ... Tomus III
Source place of publication:
Monasterii Westphaliae [Münster]
Typis Aschendorfianis [sumptibus Bernardi Havestadt]
Havestadt, a German Jesuit who had lived in Chile for twenty years, compiled this treatise on the Araucanian Indian language in Germany after the expulsion of the Jesuits from the Spanish colonies.
Acquired before 1871.
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©John Carter Brown Library, Box 1894, Brown University, Providence, R.I. 02912
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