The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 576
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WE CAME NAKED AND BAREFOOT
THE JOURNEY OF CABEZA DE VACA ACROSS NORTH AMERICA
BY ALEX D. KRIEGER
EDITED BY MARGERY H. KRIEGER
FOREWORD AND AFTERWORD BY THOMAS R. HESTER
Krieger plots out the most probable route of the 2,800-mile journey of Cabeza de
Vaca from the Texas coast, where he was shipwrecked, to Mexico City. Thomas
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INVENTING THE WILD WEST
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