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Alejandro Malaspina

Portrait of a Visionary

by John Kendrick

  • 159 Want to read
  • 7 Currently reading

Published by McGill-Queen"s University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biography: general,
  • Geographical discovery & exploration,
  • Discovery And Exploration (General),
  • Biography & Autobiography,
  • Biography / Autobiography,
  • Biography/Autobiography,
  • Adventurers & Explorers,
  • Historical - General,
  • Biography,
  • Discoveries in geography,
  • Explorers,
  • Spain,
  • Spanish

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8079002M
    ISBN 100773518304
    ISBN 109780773518308

    Alejandro Malaspina: La Ame?rica imposible (Spanish Edition) by Manfredi, Dario and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at :// In , Italian-born Spanish naval officer Alejandro Malaspina set off to visit Spain's colonies in Asia and the Americas. For five years, he and his crew sailed the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, discovering, cataloguing and analyzing flora, fauna, seas, people and lands. The Malaspina Expedition, as it came to be called, anticipated the global spirit of cross-discipline synergy that defines

    Get this from a library! Voyages of enlightenment: Malaspina on the Northwest coast, [Thomas Vaughan; E A P Crownhart-Vaughan; Mercedes Palau Baquero] -- A concise narrative describing the remarkable scientific and artistic achievements of Alejandro Malaspina's expedition to the Northwest :// Alejandro Malaspina and James Cook In July , two ships of the Spanish Navy, Descubierta and Atrevida (Discovery and Daring), sailed from the port of Cadiz, Spain, at the start of a scientific voyage that was expected to circumnavigate the World and designed, initially at least, to build on, and surpass, the voyages of Captain James ://

    Not in Weinrich, Social Protest from the Left in Canada A Bibliography, though another poetry book of Wallace's, Hi, Sister, Hi, Brother!, is. A book of poetry. Joseph Sylvester Wallace (://?page=1. Biography of Alejandro Malaspina () Italian Navigator in the service of the Crown espanolanacido in Mulazzo (Liguria) in and died in Pontremoli in Alejandro Malaspina occupies a unique place in the history of exploration. He/She led what was the last great scientific expedition to the new world before the dissolution of the


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Malaspina arrived in Spain with a scientific background and an ardent interest in the philosophy of the Enlightenment. A skilled navigator, the Pacific voyage on which he sailed in was the last and most important of his career - a five-year scientific and political examination of the Spanish colonies in the Americas and the :// The thirst for knowledge and adventure have always been at the forefront of human imagination.

In this engrossing tale, John Kendrick takes us on a voyage across the Pacific via the Philippines, New Zealand, the infant British colony at Sydney Cove, and the Tonga Islands, chronicling the life of Alejandro Malaspina, an eighteenth-century Italian navigator in the service of ina ?id=qVmxMSH7ayYC.

John Kendrick University of Washington Press (October ) $ Alejandro Malaspina was an eighteenth-century officer in the Spanish Navy, whose sailing exploits rival those of his near-contemporary, Captain James Cook, and Get this from a library.

Alejandro Malaspina: portrait of a visionary. [John Kendrick] -- An independent scholar makes available to English readers for the first time the journals and letters of an 18th century Italian navigator in the service of Spain.

As thanks for his de los capitanes de navio D. Alejandro Malaspina y Don Jose de Bustamante y Guerra desde a Madrid, Imprenta de la viuda e hijos de Abienzo, £ - £ Buy Alejandro Malaspina: Portrait of a Visionary by Kendrick, John (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible  › Biography › Historical › Countries & Regions. About Alejandro Malaspina's scientific and politic expedition throughout american and asian spanish colonies, 18th century.

Contenu: Texte Alejandro Malaspina book espagnol. Alejandro Malaspina book l'expédition scientifique et politique d'Alejandro Malaspina dans les colonies espagnoles de l¿Amérique et de l¿Asie, au 18e :// Book Description. Among the voyages of exploration and surveying in the late 18th century, that of Alejandro Malaspina best represents the high ideals and scientific interests of the Enlightenment.

Italian-born, Malaspina entered the Spanish navy in In September he and fellow-officer José Bustamante submitted a plan to the Ministry   The thirst for knowledge and adventure have always been at the forefront of human imagination. In this engrossing tale, John Kendrick takes us on a voyage across the Pacific via the Philippines, New Zealand, the infant British colony at Sydney Cove, and the Tonga Islands, chronicling the life of Alejandro Malaspina, an eighteenth-century Italian navigator in the service of ina  › Books › Biographies & Memoirs › Historical.

The present book is the revised and updated translation into English of my essay, “Alejandro Malaspina: Una biografía,” which is included in the volume, Alejandro Malaspina. La América imposible, edited by Blanca Sáiz. Obviously I must repeat some of the acknowledgments – already expressed in the foreword of the Spanish edition – of Una mañana soleada del treinta de junio deAlejandro Malaspina, joven oficial de la Armada española, indica las órdenes pertinentes para que las dos corbetas que componen los navíos de su expedición, la “Descubierta”, a su mando, y la “Atrevida”, comandada por el marino cántabro José de Bustamante, quien también nos dejó un muy interesante diario de aquella expedición /las-expediciones-cientificas/la-gran-expedicion-malaspina Alejandro Malaspina: Portrait of a Visionary John Kendrick University of Washington Press (October ) $ (pp) Alejandro Malaspina was an eighteenth-century officer in the Spanish Navy, whose sailing exploits rival those of his The Malaspina Expedition book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Among the voyages of exploration and surveying in the l Alejandro Malaspina: Portrait of a Visionary John Kendrick Montreal/Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, Victoria.

Book Reviews nj Malaspina had planned to publish a full account on his return, but he first attempted to depose the ruling corrupt administration in the hope of seeing it replaced with an administration   The Malaspina Expedition – book.

Journal of the Voyage by Alejandro Malaspina. Volume I: Cádiz to Panamá Among the voyages of exploration and surveying in the late 18th century, that of Alejandro Malaspina best represents the high ideals and scientific interests of the Enlightenment.

Italian-born, Malaspina entered the Spanish Among the voyages of exploration and surveying in the late 18th century, that of Alejandro Malaspina best represents the high ideals and scientific interests of the Enlightenment.

In July he sailed from C&#;&#;diz in the purpose-built corvettes, Descubierta and Atrevida. On board the Malaspina arrived in Spain with a scientific background and an ardent interest in the philosophy of the Enlightenment.

A skilled navigator, his Pacific voyage was the last and most important of his career - a five-year scientific and political examination of the Spanish colonies in the Americas and the Philippines. His appraisal of the British colonies at Sydney Cove and Tonga allowed him ?id=Kfz7oNMW-cwC. The Malaspina Expedition, The Journal of The Voyage by Alejandro Malaspina.

Volume I, Cadiz to Panama. by David, Andrew ; Felipe Fernandez-Armesto; Carlos Novi; Glyndwr Williams (editors) and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at ://   The purpose of this paper is to emphasize the figure of Alejandro Malaspina, the noble and debonair marine Captain who dreamt the dream of historical oblivion for so many years despite his great historical accomplishments on his voyages through the American lands, the Philippines and the Pacific would like to place Alejandro Malaspina in the historical, sociological and political Alejandro Malaspina by Dario Manfredi,available at Book Depository with free delivery ://.

Buy Alejandro Malaspina: Portrait of a Visionary from The thirst for knowledge and adventure have always been at the forefront of human imagination. In this engrossing tale, John Kendrick takes us on a voyage across the Pacific via the Philippines, New Zealand, the infant British colony at Sydney Cove, and the Tonga Islands, chronicling the life of Alejandro Malaspina, an One of Manfredi's several books about him is titled Italiano en España, español en Italia (or, an Italian in Spain, a Spaniard in Italy).

"About 40 years ago I found a book about Malaspina in a used book stall in Rome, and in four hours on the train to La Spezia [where he lives] I read it, and was fascinated."  Nautical historian Kendrick knows that Malaspina () was a Spanish navigator, commander, scientist, and loyal naval officer, because he was an assistant editor for the Hakluyt Society translation of his journal.

But here he focuses instead on the Spaniard's ideal for the future of America