The Boy's Hakluyt: English Voyages of Adventure and Discovery by Bacon and Hakluyt
Excerpt from The Boy's Hakluyt: English Voyages of Adventure and DiscoveryThis account of Richard Hakluyt and his narratives of English exploration and adventure, from the earliest records to the establishment of the English colonies in North America, has been prepared at the instance of Edwin D. Mead, the fine mainspring of the far-reaching system of historical study widely known as the Old South Work, for the instruction of young folk, by engaging methods, in genuine American history. The purpose of the book was to draw the youth of to-day to a source of American history of first importance, and a work of eternal interest and value.
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