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Alexandra Parma Cook and Noble David Cook present this recently discovered third book of a four-part chronicle that provides the most thorough and definitive record of the birth of modern Andean America. It describes with unparalleled detail the exploration of the Pacific coast of South America led by Francisco Pizarro and Diego de Almagro, the imprisonment and death of the Inca Atahualpa, the Indian resistance, and the ultimate Spanish domination.
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Of the province of Arma The sacrifices offered up by these Indians Of the province of Paucura Of the Indians of Peru Of the province of Picara Of the province of Carrapa Of the province of Quinbaya In which the subjected of the preceding chapter is continued Which touches upon the provinces in this great and beautiful valley, up to the city of Cali Of the situation of the city of Cali Of the villages and chiefs of Indians who are within the jurisdiction of this city of Cali In which the matter relating to the city of Cali is concluded In which the road is described from the city of Cali to that of Popayan Concerning the river of Santa Martha In which the account of the villages and chiefs subject to the city of Popayan is concluded In which an account is given of what there is between Popayan and the city of Pasto In which the account of what there is in this country is concluded, as far as the boundary of Pasto Of the notable fountains and rivers in these provinces Which contains the description and appearance of the kingdom of Peru from the city of Quito to the town of La Plata Of the villages and provinces between the town of Pasto and the city of Quito In which it is stated who were the Kings Yncas, and how they ruled over Peru Of other villages and buildings between Carangue and the city of Quito Of the situation of the city of San Francisco del Quito Concerning the villages beyond Quito as far as the royal palaces of Tumebamba Of the other villages between Llacta-cunga and Riobamba Which treats of what there is to be said concerning the other Indian villages Concerning the grandeur of the rich palaces of Tumebamba Concerning the road which leads from the province of Quito to the coast of the South Sea In which an account is given of certain things relating to the province of Puerto Viejo Treating of the question whether the Indians of this province were conquered by the Yncas or not How these Indians were conquered by Huayna Ccapac Religious practices How in ancient times the Indians of Manta worshipped In which the account of the Indians of Puerto Viejo is finished Of the wells which there are at the point of Santa Elena Concerning the foundation of the city of Guayaquil Of the island of Pena, and of that of La Plata How the city of Santiago de Guayaquil was founded Of the Indian villages between the buildings of Tumebamba and the city of Loxa Concerning the provinces between Tamboblanco and the city of San Miguel In which the narrative is continued down to the foundation of the city of San Miguel Concerning the road which the Yncas ordered to be made How these Yuncas were very superstitious Journal of Latin American Studies presents recent research in the field of Latin American studies in development….
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