"An Old Portrait of Hernando de Soto (ca. 1500-1542). Engraving from Retratos de los Espanoles Illustres con un Epitome de sus Vidas, Madrid, Imprenta real, 1791." Florida's Centennial. Library of Congress, 1945.
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Prehistory, contact, and the Lost Colony: First part of a North Carolina history text for secondary students, covering the land, American Indians before contact with Europeans, Spanish exploration, the Roanoke colony, and the Columbian Exchange. (Page 3.3)
This engraving of Hernando de Soto, created in 1791, depicts the explorer in his armor, with his left hand on the handle of his sword.
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