Title: Fort Caroline National Memorial, Florida. 1991
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Title: Fort Caroline National Memorial, Florida. 1991
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Publication Date: 1991
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fom feucWism and dreaming of empire. Spain, th tually captured by the Spanish,Tevealing the p &0 df-the
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sails on the horizon, Ri It had a i of 'dition
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Admiral Gaspard de. Coligny, to make a proposal to the crown'. The tine. Ribault sailed down the coast soo.kiN,- to attack the pan-
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'dition, commanded by Jban; Ribault, left south., Seizing the OpOortunity, Men6aoez,
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