Recent Literature in Discovery History, 2003

Fred Musto

 African-American Exploration in West Africa: Four Nineteenth-Century Diaries.  Edited by James Fairhead, et al.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003.  440 p.

Ala’i, Cyrus.  “The Traditional Cartography of Islamic Classical Societies.”  Portolan  no. 54 (Autumn 2002): 9-19.

Allen, Benedict.  “In Search of the True Explorer.”  Geographical Magazine  74  (December 2002): 54- 59.

Altuna, Elena Maria.  El discurso colonialista de los caminantes, siglos XVII-XVIII.  Ann Arbor, MI: Centro de Estudios Lierarios Antonio Cornejo Polar (CELACP), Latinoamericana Editores, 2002.  250 p.

Arbel, Benjamin.  “Maps of the World for Ottoman Princes? Further Evidence and Questions Concerning ‘The Mappamondo of Hajji Ahmed.’”  Imago Mundi  54 (2002): 19-29.

Arcangues, Michel d’.  Dictionnaire des explorateurs des pôles.  Paris: Séguier, 2003.  693 p.

Arciniegas, Germán.   Why America?: 500 Years of a Name: the Life and Times of Amerigo Vespucci.  Trans. by Harriet De Onís.  2nd ed.  Bogotá: Villegas Editores, 2002.  509 p.  (Translation of Amerigo y el Nuevo mundo. Orig. pub.: New York: Knopf, 1955.)

Ash, Eric H.  “’A Note and a Caveat for the Merchant:’ Mercantile Advisors in Elizabethan England.”  Sixteenth Century Journal  33, no. 1 (2002): 1-31.

Bartish, Tim.  “Harbors to Canyons: The Role of the Great Lakes Boatbuilders in the Exploration of the Colorado Plateau.”  Inland Seas  54, no. 4 (2002): 285-296.

Bawlf, R. Samuel.  The Secret Voyage of Sir Francis Drake, 1577-1580.  New York: Walker, 2003.  369 p.  (Orig. pub. as Sir Francis Drake’s Secret Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America, AD 1579.  Salt Spring Island, B.C.: Sir Francis Drake Publications, 2001.)

Bayliss, Richard.  “Sir John Franklin’s Last Arctic Expedition: A Medical Disaster.”  Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine  95, no. 3 (2002): 151-153.

Beardsley, Martyn.  Deadly Winter: the Life of Sir John Franklin.  Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press, 2002.  272 p.

Beckey, Fred W.  Range of Glaciers: The Exploration and Survey of the Northern Cascade Range.  Portland: Oregon Historical Society Press, 2003.  527 p.

Beckham, Stephen Dow, and Robert M. Reynolds.  Lewis & Clark: From the Rockies to the Pacific.  Portland, OR: Graphic Arts Center Pub., 2002.  144 p.

Beckham, Stephen Dow, et al.  The Literature of the Lewis and Clark Expedition: A Bibliography and Essays.  Portland, OR: Lewis & Clark College, 2003.  315 p.

Bederman, Sanford H.  “The British Lieutenant’s Woman.”  Mercator’s World  8 (January/February 2003): 46-51.  (Olive Macleod and Boyd Alexander in early twentieth-century central Africa.)

Benson, Guy Meriwether, et al.  Lewis and Clark: The Maps of Exploration, 1507-1814. Charlottesville, VA: Howell Press, 2003.  88 p.

Blashford-Snell, John, and Richard Snailham.  East to the Amazon: In Search of Great Paititi and the Trade Routes of the Ancients.  London: John Murray, 2002.  235 p.

Bolaños Cárdenas, Alvaro Félix.  “The Requirements of a Memoir: Ulrich Schmidel’s Account of the Conquest of the River Plate, 1536-54.”  Colonial Latin American Review  11,  no.2  (2002): 231-250.

Boreal Ties: Photographs and Two Diaries of the 1901 Peary Relief Expedition.  Edited by Kim Fairley Gillis and Silas Hibbard Ayer.  Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2002.  232 p.

Bouvier, Virginia M.  “Maps and Myths: Charting an Empire in Spanish California.”  Journal of the West  40, no.4 (2001): 81-92.

Brown, Anthony J.  “Double Vision: The Voyage Narratives of Flinders, Baudin, and Peron. The Brock Lecture of 2001.”  South Australian Geographical Journal  100 (2001): 49-60.

Brown, Robert.  Nature’s Investigator: The Diary of Robert Brown in Australia, 1801-1805.  Comp. by T. G. Vallance, D. T. Moore & E. W. Groves.  Canberra: ABRS, 2002.  66 p.

Brunner, Kurt.  “Kartographische Ergebnisse der ersten deutschen Südpolar-Expedition 1901-1903.”  Kartographische Nachrichten  52, no. 3 (2002): 143-148.

Burningham, Nick.  “Experimental Archaeology: Reconstructing Duyfken.”  Nautical Research Journal  46, no. 4 (2001): 220-231. (Dutch ship, the first European vessel to reach Australia.)

Camp, Gregory S.  “Quest for Empire: Historical and Ideological Underpinnings for the Lewis and Clark Expedition.”  North Dakota History  69, no.1 (2002): 18-24.

Campbell, Claire.  “’Behold Me a Sojourner in the Wilderness;’ Early Encounters with the Georgian Bay.”  Michigan Historical Review  28, no. 1 (2002): 32-62. (An arm of Lake Huron and early travel route to the West.)

Caraci Luzzana, Ilaria.  The Puzzling Hero: Studies on Christopher Columbus and the Culture of His Age.  Roma: Carocci, 2002.  309 p.

Cardona Castro, Francisco-Luis.  Colón.  Madrid: Edimat Libros, 2002.  190 p.  (A brief biography of Columbus.)

Carlson, Laurie M.  Seduced by the West: Jefferson’s America and the Lure of the Land Beyond the Mississippi.  Chicago: Ivan R. Dee, 2003.  256 p.

Castañeda, Felipe.  El indio, entre el bárbaro y el cristiano: ensayos sobre filosofía de la Conquista en Las Casas, Sepúlveda y Acosta.  Bogotá: Ediciones Uniandes, Departamento de Filosofia: Alfaomega, 2002.  181 p.

Chaffin, Tom.  Pathfinder: John Charles Frémont and the Course of American Empire.  New York: Hill and Wang, 2002.  559 p.

Chardin, Jean (1643-1713).  Du bon usage du thé et des épices en Asie: Réponses à monsieur Cabart de Villarmont.  Texte établi, présenté et commenté par Ina Baghdiantz McCabe.  Paris: Inventaire, 2002.  217 p.

Codignola, L.  “North American Discovery and Exploration Historiography, 1993-2001: From Old-Fashioned Anniversaries to the Tall Order of Global History.”  Acadiensis  31, no. 2 (2002): 185-206.

Collier, Pete, and Rob Inkpen.  “The Royal Geographical Society and the Development of Surveying 1870-1914.”  Journal of Historical Geography  29, no. 1 (2003): 93-108.

Collingridge, Vanessa.  Captain Cook: A Legacy Under Fire.  Guilford, CT: Lyons Press, 2002.  376 p.  (First published as Captain Cook: Obsession and Betrayal in the New World, London: Ebury, 2002)

Colón, Fernando (488-1539).  Cuarto viaje colombino: la ruta de los huracanes, 1502-1504.  Edición de Luis Arranz Márquez.  Madrid: Dastin, 2002.  155 p. 

Cooper, Jack.  Zebulon Montgomery Pike Entered the San Luis Valley via Medano Pass January 27, 1807.  Monte Vista, CO: Words Plus, 2002.  43 p.

The Coronado Expedition: From the Distance of 460 Years.  Edited by Richard Flint and Shirley Cushing Flint. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2003.  338 p.

Crane, Nicholas.  Mercator: The Map Who Mapped the Planet.  New York: Holt, 2003.  348 p.

Crespí, Juan (1721-1782).  A Description of Distant Roads: Original Journals of the First Expedition into California, 1769-1770.  Edited and translated by Alan K. Brown.  San Diego: San Diego State University Press, 2001.  848 p.  (Translation of Diario y descripcion de los dilitados caminos.)

Crosby, Harry.  Gateway to Alta California: The Expedition to San Diego, 1769.  San Diego: Sunbelt Publications, 2003.  229 p.

Daniels, Roger.  “Provision Camp: The Lewis and Clark Expedition, March 31 to April 6, 1806.”  Columbia  16, no. 3 (2002): 22-29.

Davies, Surekha.  “Agency and Awareness in Cross-Cultural Encounters.”  Terrae Incognitae  34 (2002): 1-18.

Davis, Lawrence M., Charles L. Houck, and Clive Upton.  “’Sett Out Verry Eairly Wensdy:’ The Spelling and Grammar in the Lewis and Clark Journals.”  American Speech  75, no. 2 (2000): 137-148.

Day, Alan E.  Historical Dictionary of the Discovery and Exploration of Australia.  Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2003.

Dead Reckoning: Great Adventure Writing from the Golden Age of Exploration, 1800-1900.  Edited by Helen Whybrow.  New York: Norton, 2003.  566 p.

Deagan, Kathleen A., and José Maria Cruxent. Columbus’s Outpost among the Tainos: Spain and America at La Isabela, 1493-1498.  New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002.  294 p.

Delépine, Gracie.  Histoires extraordinaires et inconnues dans les mers australes: Kerguelen, Crozet, Amsterdam et Saint-Paul.  Rennes: Éditions Ouest-France, 2002.  230 p.  (French exploration of islands in the Indian Ocean.)

Deutsche am Amazonas: Forscher oder Abenteurer?: Expeditionen in Brasilien 1800 bis 1914.  Redaktion, Anita Hermannstädter. Berlin: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin—Preussischer Kulturbesitz, Ethnologisches Museum; Münster: Lit, 2002.  139 p.

DeVorsey, Louis.  “Mapping the World Below: Athanasius Kircher and His Subterranean World.”  Mercator’s World  8 (March/April 2003): 28-31.

______.  “Navigating Fisheating Creek.”  Mercator’s World  7 (September/October  2002): 38-45.  (George Henry Preble’s exploration of Lake Okeechobee, Florida, in 1842.)

Dickson, Peter W.  “A Secret First.”  Mercator’s World  7 (November/December 2002): 46-51.  (Waldseemuller’s 1507 world map and possible European pre-Columbian exploration of the west coast of the Americas.)

Digital Archive: Report upon the Colorado River of the West Explored in 1857 and 1858 by Lieutenant Joseph C. Ives; Geological Report with Maps by John S. Newberry.  Edited by Kevin C. McKinney. Denver: U.S. Geological Survey, 2002.  1 CD-ROM.  (Digital copy of the 1861 Ives Report, Senate Ex. Doc.  36th Congress, 1st session.)

Downes, Max.  First Visitors to Heard Island.  Kingston, Tasmania: Australian Antarctic Division, 2002.  70 p.

Dudley, Wade G.  Drake: For God, Queen, and Plunder.  Military Profiles.  Washington, D.C.: Brassey’s, 2003.  97 p.

Dugard, Martin.  Into Africa: The Epic Adventures of Stanley and Livingstone.  New York: Doubleday, 2003.  288 p.

Edinger, J. Raymond.  “Back on His River.”  Mercator’s World  7 (September/October  2002): 22-27.  (George Back, Arctic Land Expedition of 1833-34, and the exploration of Canada’s Back River.)

Edinger, Ray.  Fury Beach: The Four Year Odyssey of Captain John Ross and the Victory.  New York: Berkeley Books, 2003.  279 p.

Emersleben, Otto.  Marco Polo.  Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 2002.  150 p.

Emont, Bernard.  Marc Lescarbot: mythes et rêves fondateurs de la nouvelle-France: avec une biographie nouvelle de l’auteur.  Paris : Harmattan, 2002.  362 p.  (Author of Histoire de la Nouvelle-France, 1609.)

Estensen, Miriam.  The Life of Matthew Flinders.  Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin, 2002.  538 p.

Ewans, Martin.  European Atrocity, African Catastrophe: Leopold II, the Congo Free State and Its Aftermath.  London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2002.  284 p.

Faller, Lincoln.  “Captain Mission’s Failed Utopia, Crusoe’s Failed Colony: Race and Identity in New Not Quite Imaginable Worlds.”  Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation  43, no.1 (Spring 2002): 1-17.

Fernandez, Jose B., and Shannon L. Moore-Ross.  “The Indian in La Florida del Inca: Historical Truth or Consequences of Mestizaje?”  Secolas Annals  32 (2000): 66-74.

Finkelstein, Max.  Canoeing a Continent: On the Trail of Alexander Mackenzie.  Toronto: Natural Heritage/Natural History, 2002.  298 p.

Fleming, Fergus.  The Sword and the Cross: The Conquest of the Sahara.  London: Granta Books, 2003.  349 p.

Frank Kingdon Ward’s Riddle of the Tsangpo Gorges: Retracing the Epic Journey of 1924-25 in South-East Tibet.  Edited by Kenneth Cox.  Wappingers Falls, NY: Antique Collectors Club, 2001.  319 p.  (Orig. pub.: London: Edward Arnold, 1926.)

Garate, Donald T.  Juan Bautista de Anza: Basque Explorer in the New World, 1693-1740.  Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2003.  384 p.

Godard, Philippe, et Tugdual de Kerros.  Louis de Saint Aloüarn, lieutenant des vaisseaux du roy: un marin Breton à la conquête des terres australes.  Saint-Jacques-de-la-Lande: Portes du larges, 2002.  362 p.

Goren, Haim.  “Sacred, But Not Surveyed: Nineteenth-Century Surveys of Palestine.”  Imago Mundi  54 (2002): 87-110.

Grafe, Ernest, and Paul Horsted.  Exploring with Custer: The 1874 Black Hills Expedition.  Custer, SD: Golden Valley Press, 2002.  285 p. 

Gregory, Steve.  “Lewis & Clark.”  American Heritage  54 (February/March 2003): 21-27.

Guirado, Maria Cecilia.  Relatos do descobrimento do Brasil: as primeiras reportagens.  Lisboa: Instituto Paget, 2001.  305 p.

Hains, Brigid.  The Ice and the Inland: Mawson, Flynn, and the Myth of the Frontier.  Carlton South, Vic.: Melbourne University Press, 2002.  219 p.

Hanke, Lewis.  The Spanish Struggle for Justice in the Conquest of America.  New introduction by Susan Scafidi and Peter Bakewell; previously unpublished personal and professional reminiscence by the author.  Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 2002.  (Orig. pub.: Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1949.)

Hare, John.  “Surviving the Sahara.”  National Geographic  202 (December 2002): 54-77.  (British explorer Hanns Vischer’s 1906 journey between Lake Chad and Tripoli.)

Hart, Jonathan.  Columbus, Shakespeare, and the Interpretation of the New World. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.  231 p.

Hayes, Derek.  Historical Atlas of Canada: Canada’s History Illustrated with Original Maps. Vancouver: Douglas & McIntyre; Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2002.  272 p.

______.  “Strait to Cathay: Jacques Cartier and the French Claim to North America.”  Mercator’s World  7 (November/December 2002): 26-33.

Hearn,  Chester G.  Tracks in the Sea: Matthew Fontaine Maury and the Mapping of the Oceans.  Camden, ME: International Marine/McGraw-Hill, 2002.  278 p.

Heat Moon, William Least.  Columbus in the Americas.  Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley, 2002.  182 p.

Heintze, Beatrix.  Afrikanische Pioniere: Trägerkarawanen im westlichen Zentralafrika (ca. 1850-1890).  Frankfurt am Main: Lembeck, 2002.  319 p.

Hendrix, James P., Jr.  “A New Vision of America: Lewis and Clark and the Emergence of the American Imagination.”  Great Plains Quarterly  21, no. 3 (2001): 211-232.

Hofstra, Warren R.  “Richard E. Byrd and the Legacy of Polar Exploration.”  Virginia Magazine of History and Biography  110, no. 2 (2002): 137-152

Hogan, David W.  The U. S. Army and the Lewis and Clark Expedition.  Washington, DC: Center of Military History, U. S. Army, 2002.  13 p.

Hoogvliet, Magriet.  “The Medieval Texts of the 1486 Ptolemy Edition by Johann Reger of Ulm.”  Imago Mundi  54 (2002): 7-18.

Hooker, Brian.  “Discovered But Not Revealed: Magellan’s ‘Unfortunate Islands.’”  Mercator’s World  7 (November/December 2002): 22-25.

Horwitz, Tony.  Blue Latitudes: Boldly Going Where Captain Cook Has Gone Before.  New York: Henry Holt, 2002.  480 p.

Hossard, Nicolas.  Aimé Bonpland, 1773-1858: médecin, naturaliste, explorateur en Amérique du Sud; à l’ombre des arbres.  Paris: Harmattan, 2001.  237 p.

Howgego, Raymond J.  Encyclopedia of  Exploration to 1800: A Comprehensive Reference Guide to the History and Literature of Exploration, Travel and Colonization from the Earliest Times to the Year 1800.  Sydney: Hordern House, 2003.  1168 p.

Huntington, Tom.  “The Lewis and Clark Expedition.”  American History  38 (April 2003): 16-20.

Hyland, Paul.  Raleigh’s Last Year.  London: HarperCollins, 2002.  288 p.

Jeffers, H. Paul.  Roosevelt the Explorer: T. R.’s Amazing Adventures as a Naturalist, Conservationist, and Explorer.  Lanham, MD: Taylor Trade Pub.: Distributed by National Book Network, 2002.  297 p.

Jenkinson, Clay.  A Lewis and Clark Chapbook: Lewis and Clark in North Dakota. Bismarck, N.D.: North Dakota Humanities Council, 2002.  40 p.

Johnson, Donald S.  La Salle: A Perilous Odyssey from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico.  New York: Cooper Square Press, 2002.  262 p.

Jones, H. G.  “Teaching the Explorers: Contributions of One Baffin Family to History and Geography.”  Terrae Incognitae  34 (2002): 73-81.

Jones, Landon Y.  “Iron Will.”  Smithsonian  33 (August 2002): 96-107. (The life of William Clark after the Lewis and Clark Expedition)

Kalkstein, Molly E.  “The World According to Bowditch.”  Naval History  17 (April  . 2003): 42-45.

Kane, Daniel.  “The Inscrutable Father of Korean Cartography: Kim Chong-ho and His Maps.”  Mercator’s World  8 (January/February 2003): 30-37.

Keate, George (1729-1797).  An Account of the Pelew Islands.  Edited by Karen L. Nero and Nicholas Thomas.  London; New York: Leicester University Press, 2002.  406 p. 

Kelly, Kieran.  Hard Country, Hard Men: In the Footsteps of Gregory.  Rev. ed.  Sydney: Hale & Iremonger, 2002.  288 p.  (Australian explorer Charles Augustus Gregory.)

Kennedy, Pagan.  Black Livingstone: A True Tale of Adventure in the Nineteenth-Century Congo.  New York: Viking Penguin, 2002.  241 p.

Kim, Caroline.  “West by Northwest with the Corps of Discovery.”  Humanities  23 (November 2002): 4-6, 32-35.

Kolbert, Elizabeth.  “The Lost Mariner.”  New Yorker  78 (October 14, 2002): 206-211.  (Christopher Columbus.)

Krieger, Alex D.  We Came Naked and Barefoot: The Journey of Cabeza de Vaca across North America.  Edited by Margery H. Krieger.  Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003.

(Includes translations of Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca’s Relación y commentarios and of Fernández de Oviedo y Váldes’ Historia general y natural de las Indias, book 35, chapters 1-7.)

La Guérivière, Jean de.  Exploration de l’Afrique noire.  Paris: Editions du Chêne, 2002.  215 p.

Lamarche, Bruno.  “Théodore Monod et sa Majâbat al Koubrâ.”  La Géographie  no. 1504 (Mars 2002): 103-112.

Lambert, Katherine. ‘Hell with a capital H’: An Epic Story of Antarctic Survival. London: Pimlico, 2002.  208 p.  (Scott’s 1910-13 Terra Nova expedition, based on diaries of George Murray Levick.).

Lamborinchin, R.  “The Mysterious Expulsion of the Roy Chapman Andrews Expedition.”  Focus on Geography  47 (Fall 2002): 10-13.  (Mongolian explorer and paleontologist, and discoverer of dinosaur eggs in the 1930s.)

Larin, Veronique.  Louis Jolliet: le séminariste devenu explorateur.  Montreal: XYZ, 2002.  172 p.

Lawson, Russell M.  Passaconaway’s Realm: Captain John Evans and the Exploration of Mount Washington.  Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 2002.  157 p.

Layland, Michael F.  “A Country So Favorably Suited; Maury’s Ambitions for the Amazon.”  Mercator’s World  8 (March/April 2003): 46-53.

Lecoquierre, Bruno.  “Théodore Monod étonnant voyageur.” La Géographie  no. 1504  (Mars 2002): 53-72.

Lequenne, Michel.  Christophe Colomb contre ses mythes.  Grenoble: Jérôme Millon, 2002.  284 p.

Levere, Trevor H.  Science and the Canadian Arctic: A Century of Exploration, 1818-1918.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002.  454 p.  (Orig. pub.: 1993).

The Lewis and Clark Journals: An American Epic of Discovery: The Abridgement of the Definitive Nebraska Edition.  Edited with an introduction by Gary E. Moulton.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2003.  413 p.

Linant de Bellefonds, Louis Maurice (1880-1883).  Voyage aux mines d’or du pharaon: Composé de entre Nil et Mer Rouge, par Jean-Claude Goyon, un homme d’action dans l’Egypte du XIXe siècle, par Marcel Kurz, l’Etbaye, par Linant de Bellefonds.  Saint-Clément-de-Rivière: Fata Morgana, 2002.  275 p.

Livingstone, David.  The Life and African Explorations of Dr. David Livingstone: Comprising All His Extensive Travels and Discoveries: As Detailed in His Diary, Reports, and Letters, Including His Famous Last Journals: with Maps and Numerous Illustrations.  New York: Cooper Square Press, 2003.  643 p. (Orig. pub.: St. Louis: Valley Pub., 1874.)

Lopes, Marilia dos Santos.  Da descoberta ao saber: os conhecimentos sobre África na Europa dos séculos XVI e XVII.  Viseu, Portugal: Passagem Editores, 2002.  319 p.

Lutz, Richard L.  Patagonia: At the Bottom of the World.  Salem, OR: Dimi Press, 2002.  206 p.

McCarthy, William J.  “The Fiesta de las Senas and Life Aboard Spain’s Pacific Galleons.”  Mains’l Haul: A Journal of Pacific Maritime History  38, no. 1-2 (2002): 20-29.

Malaurie, Jean.  Ultima Thule: Explorers and Natives of the Polar North.  New York: Norton, 2002.  384 p. 

Martinic Beros, Mateo.  “The ‘S. Anton or Sanson’ Islands, First Cartographic Mention of the Falkland Islands in the 16th Century.”  Falkland Islands Journal  8, no. 1 (2002): 24-31.  (1522 map naming S. Anton islands; suggests islands named after one of  Magellan’s ships.)

Matuozzi, Robert N.  “Richard Byrd, Polar Exploration, and the Media.” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography  110, no. 2 (2002): 209-236.

Menzies, Gavin.  1421: The Year China Discovered America.  New York: William Morrow, 2003.  552 p.

Mikkelsen, Ejnar.  Two Against the Ice.  South Royalton, VT: Steerforth Press, 2003.  206 p.  (Orig. pub.: London: R. Hart-Davis, 1957.)

Monina, Giancarlo.  Il consenso coloniale: le societa geografiche e l’Istituto coloniale italiano: 1896-1914.  Roma: Carocci, 2002.  285 p.

Monteith, P.  “Exploring Terra Australis – What Happened when Two Explorers whose Nations Were Battling for Supremacy, Met on the Other Side of the World.”  History Today  53 (January 2003): 48-55. (Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin.)

Morettin, Eduardo Victorio.  “Producao e formas de circulacao do tema do descobrimento do Brasil: uma analise de seu percurso e do filme descobrimento do Brasil (1937), de Humberto Mauro.”  Revista Brasileira de Historia  20, no. 39 (2000): 135-165.

Morris, Larry E.  “After the Expedition.”  American History  38 (April 2003): 44- 58.  (Fate of the members of the Lewis & Clark expedition.)

Mountford, Kent.  Closed Sea: The Discovery and History of Barnegat Bay [New Jersey].  Harvey Cedars, NJ: Down the Shore Pub., 2003.  207 p.

Murgatroyd, Sarah P.  The Dig Tree: The Story of Bravery, Insanity, and the Race to Discover Australia’s Wild Frontier.  New York: Broadway Books, 2002.  355 p.  (Orig. pub.: Melbourne, Vic.: Text Pub. Co., 2002.)

Murphy, David Thomas.  German Exploration of the Polar World: A History, 1870-1940.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2002.  273 p.

Nader, Helen.  “Desperate Men, Questionable Acts: The Moral Dilemma of Italian Merchants in the Spanish Slave Trade.”  Sixteenth Century Journal  33, no. 2 (2002): 401-422.

Neal, Katherine.  “Mathematics and Empire, Navigation and Exploration: Henry Briggs and the Northwest Passage Voyages of 1631.”  Isis  93, no. 3 (2002): 435-453.

Neill, Anna.  British Discovery Literature and the Rise of Global Commerce.  Houndsmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave, 2002.  229 p.

Newitt, M. D. D.  East Africa. Portuguese Encounters with the World in the Age of the Discoveries.  Aldershot, Eng.; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2002.  192 p. 

Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, Álvar.  The Narrative of Cabeza de Vaca.  Edited, translated, and with an introduction by Rolena Adorno and Patrick Charles Paultz.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2003.  204 p.

Odell, George H.  La Harpe’s Post: A Tale of French-Wichita Contact on the Eastern Plains.  Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2002.  369 p.

Olson, Wallace M.  Through Spanish Eyes: The Spanish Voyages to Alaska, 1774-1792.  Auke Bay, AK: Heritage Research, 2002.  576 p.

Padrón, Ricardo.  “Charting Empire, Charting Difference: Gómara’s Historia general de las Indias and Spanish Maritime Cartography.”  Colonial Latin American Review  11, no. 1 (2002): 47-69.

______.  “Mapping Plus Ultra: Cartography, Space, and Hispanic Modernity”  Representations  79  (2002): 28-60. (The cartographic revolution and the history of Western spatiality through Spanish documents c. 1492-1580.)

Peck, Douglas.  “Theory Versus Practical Application in the History of Early Ocean Navigation.”  Terrae Incognitae  34  (2002): 46-59.

Pelletier, Monique.  “The Working Method of the New Cartographers: The Gulf of Mexico and Spanish Sources, 1696-1718.”  Terrae Incognitae  34 (2002): 60-72.

Pflederer, Richard.  “Portolan Charts: A Vital Tool of the Age of Discovery.”  History Today  52 (May 2002): 20-27.

Phillips, Carla Rahn.  “Spaniards in Hawaii before Cook?  Myths, Legends, and History.”  Mains’l Haul: A Journal of Pacific Maritime History  38, no. 1-2 (2002): 10-18.

Picazo I Mutaner, Antoni.  “Los mitos de la cartografía y su influencia en el descubrimiento y la colonización de América.”  Cuadernos Americanos  92, (March/April 2002): 113-125.

Plimpton, George.  Ernest Shackleton.  New York: DK, 2003.  160 p.

Pool, Beekman H.  Polar Extremes: The World of Lincoln Ellsworth.  Fairbanks: University of Alaska Press, 2002.  311 p.

Postnikov, Alexey V.  “Russian Traditional Cartography of the Seventeenth Century and the Importance of Semen Ul’yanovich Remezov and His Drawing Books of Siberia.”  Portolan  53 (Spring 2002): 17-33.

Poupeney Hart, Catherine.  “Peregrinación por los mares del Norte, o la vindicación del criollo ( Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra, 1775).”  Colonial Latin American Review  11, no.1 (2002): 109-122.

Pratt, Alexander.  Lost Lands, Forgotten Stories: A Woman’s Journey to the Heart of Labrador.  Toronto: HarperFlamingo Canada, 2002.  262 p.

Randall, Hyman.  “The Corps of Re-Discovery.”  American History  38 (April 2003): 22- 34.

Ravneberg, Ronald L.  “The Hawkesworth Connection.”  Mercator’s World  8 (January/February 2003): 20-25.  (John Hawkesworth narrative of Cook’s voyages.)

Reid, John Phillip.  Contested Empire: Peter Skene Ogden and the Snake River Expeditions.  Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2002.  258 p.

Rela, Walter.  Portugal en las exploraciones del Río de la Plata.  Montevideo: Academia Uruguaya de Historia Maritima y Fluvial, 2002.  320 p.

Remesal, Antonio de.  Bartolomé de Las Casas (1474-1566) in the Pages of Father Antonio de Remesal.  Translated and annotated by Felix Jay.  Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen Press, 2002.  148 p.

Reyes Mazzoni, Roberto.  Cristóbal Colón en Honduras.  Obispado de Choluteca, Honduras: Ediciones Subirana: Centro de Publicaciones, 2002.  115 p.

Richards, R. W.  The Ross Sea Shore Party, 1914-17.  Bluntisham: Bluntisham Books, 2003.  44 p.  (Orig. pub.: Cambridge: Scott Polar Research Institute, 1962.)

Robinson, John W.  “Francisco Garces: Intrepid Missionary Explorer of Spanish California.”  Dogtown Territorial Quarterly  48 (2001): 4-21.

Ronda, James P.  “Counting Cats in Zanzibar, or, Lewis and Clark Reconsidered.”  Western Historical Quarterly  33, no. 1 (2002): 5-18.

Ronda, James P.  “Knowing Your “Place:” Lewis and Clark and the Invention of American Regionalism.”  Columbia  16, no. 1 (2002): 12-16.

Ross, Andrew C.  David Livingstone: Mission and Empire.  London, New York: Hambledon and London, 2002.  274 p.

Ross, Andrew.  “Dr. Livingstone, I Presume?”  History Today  52 (July 2002): 21-27.

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Sayre, Gordon.  “LePage du Pratz’s Fabulous Journey of Discovery: Learning about Nature Writing from a Colonial Promotional Narrative.”  In: Rosendale, Steven, ed. The Greening of Literary Scholarship: Literature, Theory, and the Environment.  Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2002. p. 26-41.  (Le Page du Pratz’s Histoire de la Louisiane, 1758.)

Schmidt, Benjamin.  Innocence Abroad: The Dutch Imagination and the New World, 1570-1670.  New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.  450 p.

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Shackleton, Jonathan, and John MacKenna.  Shackleton: An Irishman in Antarctica.  Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2002.  208 p.

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Slaughter, Thomas P.  Exploring Lewis and Clark: Reflections on Men and Wilderness.  New York: Knopf, 2003.  231 p.

Smith, J. L.  The First Kamchatka Expedition of Vitus Bering, 1725-1730.  Anchorage: White Stone Press, 2002.  131 p.

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Spruch, Grace Marmor.  “The Legend of Christopher Columbus.”  American Scholar  71, no. 4 (2002): 61-68.

Steinbacher-Kemp, Bill.  “John Wesley Powell: How a One-Armed Naturalist from Bloomington Became the Nation’s Greatest Explorer.”  Illinois Heritage  4, no. 1 (2001): 7-12.

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Talbot, Margaret.  “Searching for Sacagewea.”  National Geographic  203 (February 2003): 68-85.

Tamayo Arango, Alba Shirley.  Camino a la región de los Osos: exploración y colonización de la meseta norte de Antioquia.  Bogota: Ministerio de Cultura, 2002. 210 p.

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Taylor Hansen, Lawrence Douglas.  “El viaje de exploración de John Ross Browne a Baja California en 1867.”  Secuencia  53 (May/August 2002): 49-77.

Thompson, Brian.  Imperial Vanities: The Adventure of the Baker Brothers and Gordon of Khartoum.  London: Harper Collins, 2002.  271 p.

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Thrower, Norman J. W.  “The Lure of the Prize: The British Pursuit of the Spanish Treasure Galleons.”  Mercator’s World  8 (March/April 2003): 20-27.

______.  “Soldier, Scientist, and Map Maker: William H. Emory and the Mapping of the American Southwest.”  Mercator’s World  7 (November/December 2002): 34-39.

Tiley, Robert.  Australian Navigators: Picking Up Shells and Catching Butterflies in an Age of Revolution.  East Roseville, N.S.W.: Kangaroo Press, an imprint of Simon and Schuster Australia, 2002.  243 p.

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Troncarelli, Fabio.  Francis Drake: la pirateria inglese nell’età di Elisabetta.  Roma: Salerno, 2002.  344 p.

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Uecker, Jeffry.  “Picturing the Corps of Discovery: The Lewis and Clark Expedition in Oregon Art.”  Oregon Historical Quarterly  103, no. 4 (2002): 452-479.

Vaughan, Alden T.  “Sir Walter Raleigh’s Indian Interpreters, 1583-1618.”  William and Mary Quarterly  59, no. 2 (2002): 341-376.

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______.  “Shifting Rhetorics of Space in English-Canadian Exploration Literature.”  In: Steenman-Marcusse, Conny, ed. The Rhetoric of Canadian Writing.  Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002, p. 136-160.

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Warren, Bill.  “Map Maker on a Mission: Father Kino and the Myth of Insular California.”  Mercator’s World  7  (July/August 2002): 24-29.

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Werner, Louis.  “En Route to the Real Robinson Crusoe.”  Americas  54  (November/December 2002): 22-29.  (Alexander Selkirk and his stay on the Juan Fernández Archipelago in Chile.)

Weslawski, Jan Marcin and Joanna Legezynska.  “Chances for Arctic Survival: Greely’s Expedition Revisited.”  Arctic  55,  no. 4  (2002): 373-379

Westrem, Scott.  “Making a Mappamundi: The Hereford Map.”  Terrae Incognitae  34 (2002): 19-33.

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Winthrop-Young, Geoffrey.  “The Rise and Fall of Norse America: Vikings, Vinland and Alternate History.”  Extrapolation  43, no. 2  (2002): 188-203.

Wise, Kenneth.  “’A Certain Class of Persons Ambitious:’ Smoky Mountain Exploration and the Buckley-Clingman Controversy.”  Journal of East Tennessee History  72 (2000): 30-48.

Wood, W. Raymond.  “John Thomas Evans: An Overlooked Precursor to Lewis and Clark.”  North Dakota History  68, no. 2 (2001): 27-37.

______.  Prologue to Lewis and Clark: The Mackay and Evans Expedition. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2003.  234 p.

Wylie, John.  “Becoming-icy: Scott and Amundsen’s South Polar Voyages, 1910-1913.”  Cultural Geographies  9, no. 3 (2002): 249-265.

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Ziak, Rex.  In Full View: A True and Accurate Account of Lewis and Clark’s Arrival at the Pacific Ocean, and Their Search for a Winter Camp along the Lower Columbia River.  Astoria, OR: Moffitt House Press, 2002.  214 p.

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