Title: Plate 11 from Part IV of the Grands Voyages, first published in 1594 with German or Latin text.
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Title: Plate 11 from Part IV of the Grands Voyages, first published in 1594 with German or Latin text.
Physical Description: Photograph
Language: German
Creator: Bry, Theodor de,
Publisher: De Bry
Place of Publication: Frankfurt
Publication Date: 1594
 Subjects
Subject: Hurricane, 1495
Hispaniola 1490-1500
Engravings
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Summary: Shows Spaniards and Indians fleeing the coast in the wake of the storm. Christopher Columbus founded Isabella, on Hispaniola's north coast, in 1494. In June of the next year, a hurricane struck the short-lived settlement-flattening houses, killing Spaniards and Indians, and sinking three ships in the harbor. It was the first time Europeans experienced a hurricane. This engraving is the first printed picture of a hurricane.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00101781
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: History Miami
Holding Location: History Miami
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

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