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[Map of part of Virginia sent by Don Pedro de Zuniga to Philip III of Spain], 1608

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 1
Identifier: id226791

Scope and Contents

"The Zúñiga Map"

Only known map of the seventeenth century rendering of James Fort. Sent by Pedro de Zúñiga y de la Cueva (October 1631), Spanish ambassador at the court of James I. of England to his king, Philip III of Spain


no scale given

19 cm x 25.5 cm

Gift of the Library of Congress, Washington DC, February 25, 1937 (Mss.Acc. 1937.146)

Subject/Index Terms: Virginia--History--Maps.


  • Creation: 1608

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From the Collection: 25.00 Linear Feet

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections Research Center Repository