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_Derroteros de la Mar del Sur_
Dear neteros:

Please take notice that the fourth issue of "Derroteros de la Mar del Sur" was already published. It is published by the joint effort of three institutions: Thalassa, Asociacion de Historia Maritima y Naval Iberoamericana, whose General Secretariat was in Lima, Peru; the Centro di Studi Malaspiniani, from Mulazzo, Italy; and the Patronato del Faro a Colon, at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

  • Articles

    - Christon I. Archer, "Los viajes de Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra, 1775 y 1779"

    - Eric Beerman, "Manuel Quimper: un marino limeņo en la costa oeste de Canada"

    - Peter T. Bradley, "La Armada del Mar del Sur en el siglo XVII"

    - Enrique Cardenas de la Peņa, "Bodega y Cuadra en San Blas de Nayarit"

    - Gilberto Harris Bucher, "El almirante Manuel Blanco Encalada y los montes del Maule, 1848"

    - William Lofstrom, "Paita y Cobija, dos puertos menores sobre el Pacifico"

    - Jorge Ortiz Sotelo, "America y Oceania en el juego de las potencias maritimas, siglos XVIII y XIX"

    - Freeman M. Tovell, "Peruvian Bodega y Quadra: in Canada an enduring legacy"

    Each number includes a list of recently published books and articles on maritime and naval Latin American History, as well as a section on recent events and news about the same topics.

    Derroteros de la Mar del Sur is published once a year. Articles are accepted in Spanish, Portuguese, English or French. There are still some copies of the three previous issues at 15 dollars a piece. Yearly subscription is also 15 dollars. Distribution is by surface mail. Those interested should send a message to find out the best way to make their payments.

    Jorge Ortiz Sotelo
    Asociacion de Historia Maritima y Naval Iberoamericana

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