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Chapter IV. Of how Friar Juan de Padilla and
Friar Luis remained in the country and the
army prepared to return to Mexico, . . 125
Chapter V. Of how the army left the settle-
ments and marched to Culiacan, and of
what happened on the way, . . . 129
Chapter VI. Of how the general started from
Culiacan to give the viceroy an account of
the army with which he had been in-
trusted, . . . . . . .182
Chapter VII. Of the adventures of Captain
Juan Gallego while he was bringing re-
enforcements through the revolted coun-
try, . .. . 185
ChapterVIII. Which describes some remark-
able things that were seen on the plains,
with a description of the bulls, . . .189
Chapter IX. Which treats of the direction
which the army took and of how another
more direct way might be found, if anyone
was to return to that country, . . . 143
TRANSLATION OF THE LETTER FROM MEINDOZA
TO THE KING, APRIL 17, 1540, . . 149
TRANSLATION OF THE LETTER FROM CORONADO
TO MENDOZA, AUGUST 3, 1540. THE AC-
COUNT GIVEN BY FRANCISCO VAZQUEZ
DE CORONADO, CAPTAIN-GENERAL OF THE
FORCE: WHICH WAS SENT IN THE NAME
OF HIS MAJESTY TO THE NEWLY DIS-
COVERED COUNTRY, OF WHAT HAPPENED
TO THE EXPEDITION AFTER APRIL 22 OF
THE YEAR MDXL, WHEN HE STARTED
FORWARD FROM CULIACAN, AND OF WHAT
HE FOUND IN THE COUNTRY THROUGH
WHICH HE PASSED, . . 159
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The translations included in the present volume are found, accompanied by an historical introduction and the Spanish text of Castañeda's narrative, in the editor's The Coronado expedition, 1540-1542 (U.S. Bureau of American enthology, 14th annual report, pt. I, Washington, 1896, p. 329-613) The narrative of Castañeda is from a Spanish ms. preserved in the New York Public library. Also published by A.S. Barnes & Co., New York, 1904, in the series called The trail makers. Introduction.--Itinerary of the Coronado expeditions, 1527-1547.--Translation of the narrative of Castañeda.--Translation of the letter from Mendoza to the king, April 17, 1540.--Translation of the letter from Coronado to Mendoza, August 3, 1540.--Translation of the Traslado de las nuevas.--Translation of the Relacion del suceso.--Translation of a letter from Coronado to the king, October 20, 1541.--Translation of the narrative of Jaramillo.--Translation of the report of Hernando de Alvarado.--Testimony concerning those who went on the expedition with Francisco Vasquez Coronado. 16565
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Winship, George Parker. The journey of Coronado, 1540-1542, from the city of Mexico to the Grand Canon of the Colorado and the buffalo plains of Texas, Kansas and Nebraska, as told by himself and his followers, book, 1922; New York. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth3161/m1/17/: accessed June 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .