Noticias de Nutka

an account of Nootka Sound in 1792 by JosГ© Mariano MoziГ±o

Publisher: University of Washington Press in Seattle

Written in English
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Places:

  • Nootka Sound (B.C.),
  • British Columbia,
  • Nootka Sound.

Subjects:

  • Moziño, José Mariano, 1757-1820 -- Travel -- British Columbia -- Nootka Sound.,
  • Nootka Indians.,
  • Nootka language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.,
  • Natural history -- British Columbia -- Nootka Sound.,
  • Nootka Sound (B.C.) -- Discovery and exploration.

Edition Notes

Statementby José Mariano Moziño ; translated and edited by Iris H. Wilson Engstrand ; with a new foreword by Richard Inglis.
GenreGlossaries, vocabularies, etc.
ContributionsEngstrand, Iris Wilson.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF1089.N8 M6913 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationliv, 142 p., 24 p. of plates :
Number of Pages142
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1889342M
ISBN 100295971037
LC Control Number90050981

  José Mariano Mozino, Noticias de Nutka: Account of Nootka Sound in , translated and edited by Iris H. Wilson Engstrand (Seattle and London: University of Washington press and Vancouver and Toronto: Douglas & McIntyre, ), p. 7. Noticias de Nutka: An Account of Nootka Sound in Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, Seattle and London: University of . Francisco de Eliza y Reventa was born in El Puerto de Santa Maria, Spain, in and began his naval career as a marine guard in December He served in the Spanish expedition of against Algiers (Algeria) and in he was sent to America, where he later took part in the siege of Pensacola (Florida) during the War of American. Nootka Indians -- History. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Nootka Indians; History; Filed under: Nootka Indians -- History. A Journal Kept At Nootka.

Nicolás Toscano Liria, "Evocación de las "Noticias de Nutka" de José Moziño"()" Hemil García, "El idioma español en los Estados Unidos" Susan Walter, "Representaciones de la solidaridad femenina en La rampa () de Carmen de Burgos" 8) Literatura española s. XIX: Preside: Elizabeth Lewis. José Mariano Mociño was born on Septem , in Temascaltepec, Viceroyalty of New Spain (now Mexico). In botanical literature, Mociño is the generally accepted spelling. The owner of the name always signed it Moziño. On the title page of Noticias de Nutka, it is written Moziño Suarez de Figueroa. In his book Noticias de Nutka: An Account of Nootka Sound in , he writes about a creature that the natives knew about, and which they referred to as the Matlox. In his book, Mocino states that the Matlox was not a human or a bear, the two (known) species it sounds most like. Here is what Mocino said about the Matlox. ← Back to Book Main Page Table of contents from Raincoast Chronicles First Five. Foreword Bob Hunter Introduction Howard White NUMBER 1 Rum Running Ed Starkins B.C. Whaling: The Indians Jon Van Arsdell Noticias de Nutka Scott Lawrance Pender Harbour: A Steamer Stop Jackie Holecka George Bowerings "Captain Vancouver" Scott Lawrance Petroglyphs Scott .

Noticias de Nutka: An Account of Nootka Sound in McCllelland and Steward Ltd, Toronto/Montreal, Canad, pp. 27, Other fact s from ABC Bookworld – fast reference website. Monster Tracks Puzzle Explorer – Geographer Jasper(present site of), Alberta, January 7, Geographer and Explorer David Thompson reported the dis-. José Mariano Moziño Losada Suárez de Figueroa was born to Juan Antonio Mosiño and Manuela Losada in Temascaltepec, Mexico, in September He was a Mexican of pure Spanish ancestry, was first educated in his native town and in entered the Seminario Tridentino in Mexico City as a scholarship student. Noticias de Nutka: An Account of Nootka Sound in University of Washington Press. pp. xxxii. ISBN online at Google Books ↑ The Nootka Incident, pp. , Canadian Military Heritage ↑ McDowell, Jim (). José Narváez: The Forgotten Explorer. Spokane, Washington: The Arthur H. Clark Company. pp. – Noticias de Nutka; an account of Nootka Sound in by: Moziño, José Mariano, ? Published: () Scenes and studies of savage life by: Sproat, Gilbert Malcolm,

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This volume, long out of print, is now reissued in a new edition with the approval and support of the hereditary chiefs and elders of the Mowachaht, one of the Nuu-chah-nulth tribes. Included are Mozino's catalog of flora and fauna, his dictionary of the Nootka language, and reproductions of the drawings made by Atanasio Echeverria, the artists who accompanied the expedition.

Manuscript, possibly autograph, of Moziño's account of the Nootka expedition, later published as Noticias de Nutka. In twelve chapters, the work describes the discovery and locations of the Nootka and details their social life and customs, government, religious.

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The Nootka Crisis, also known as the Spanish Armament, was an international incident and political dispute between the Spanish Empire, the Kingdom of Great Britain, and the fledgling United States of America triggered by a series of events that took place during the summer of at the Spanish outpost Santa Cruz de Nuca, in Nootka Sound, present-day British.

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