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Whit, Joannes
White, John
White, John ((colonist and artist))
With, Joannes
With, Johann
Withe, John
active 1585-1593
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Bry, Theodor de (1528-1598))
De Bry, Theodoor (ca. 1528-1597/1598.)
De Bry, Théodore (ca. 1528-1597/1598.)
Feyerabend, Sigmund (1528-1590))
Hariot, Thomas
Harriot, Thomas (1560-1621))
L'Écluse, Charles de (1526-1609))
Lemoyne de Morgues (1588))
Lessing J. Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress)
Lorant, Stefan (1901-1997)
National Gallery of Art (Stati Uniti)
Wechel (1593))
Admiranda narratio, fida tamen, de commodis et incolarvm ritibvs Virginiae, nvper admodvm ab Anglis, qvi a dn. Richardo Greinvile [...] in coloniam anno M.D.LXXXV. dedvcti svnt inventae, svmtvs faciente dn. Vvaltero Raleigh eqvestris ordinis [...] ex avctoritate serenissimae reginae Angliae
Amer. drawings of John White, 1964:, The
Americæ pars, nunc Virginia dicta : primum ab Anglis inuenta, sumtibus Dn. Walteri Raleigh, Equestris ordinis Viri, Anno Dn̄i. MDLXXXV regni Vero Sereniss. nostræ Reginæ Elisabethæ XXVII, hujus vero Historia peculiari Libro descripta est, additis etiam Indigenarum Iconibus
brief account of Ralegh's Roanoke colony of 1585, being a guide to an exhibition commemorating the three hundred fiftieth anniversary of the planting of the first English colony in what is now the United States of America and particularly describing the endeavours and accomplishments of the above-mentioned Ralegh, Thomas Hariot, John White, Richard Hakluyt, Theodore De Bry & Sir Francis Drake, A
Briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia
broyling of their fish over the flame of fier, The
[Chart of the east coast]
cheife Herowan, A
chief of Roanoke], [A
dances at their great feasts], [The
Diamond-back terrapin
Englishmen's arrival in Virginia], [The
Etliche Contrafeyt der Völcker, genannt Picten, die vorzeiten einen Kreyß in Engellandt inngehabt haben
flyer, The
forme of a fort w[hi]ch was made by Mr. Rolfe Lane in a parte of St. Johns Islande neare cap roje where we toke in salt the xxvith of May, 1585, The
Fort Raleigh.
Grands voyages de Théodore de Bry.
[How the chief ladies of the town of Dasamonquepeio dress and carry their children]
[How they build boats]
[How they cook their fish]
Indians fishing
manner of their attire and painting themselves when they goe to their generall huntings, or at their solemn feasts, The
[Map of the coast of Virginia in 1585]
Merveillevx et estrange rapport, tovtesfois fidele, des commoditez qvi trovvent en Virginia, des facons des natvrels habitans d'icelle, laqvelle a esté novvellement descovverte par les Anglis qve ... Richard Greinvile ... u mena en colonie lan 1585 ...
Narrative of the first English plantation of Virginia
New World the first pictures of America, The
old man in his winter clothes], [An
One of the wyves of Wyngyno
Portraits to the life and manners of the inhabitants, of that province in America, called Virginia
religious dance], [A
Sir Walter Raleigh and his colony in America. Including the charter of Queen Elizabeth in his favor, March 25, 1584, with letters, discourses, and narratives of the voyages made to America at his charges, and descriptions of the country, commodities, and inhabitants.
[Sitting around the fire]
Their manner of fishing in Virginia
Their sitting at meate
tomb of the weroans], [The
tombe of their Cherounes or cheife personages, [...], The
town of Pomeiock], [The
towne of Pomeiock and true forme of their houses, covered and enclosed some w[i]th matts, and some w[i]th barcks of trees All compassed about w[i]th smale poles stock thick together in stedd of a wall., The
[Village of Secotan]
Wahrhafftige Contrafacturen und Gebräuch der Innwohner der jenigen Landtschafft in America, welche Virginia ist genennet worden
Warrior] of Florida, [A
watercolor drawings of John White, from the British Museum. [Exhibition held at] National Gallery of art Smithsonian Institution Washington; the North Carolina Museum of art Raleigh; The Pierpont Morgan Library New York., The
weroans, or chieftain, of Virginia], [A
Wunderbarliche, doch warhafftige Erklärung, von der Gelegenheit vnd Sitten der Wilden in Virginia ...
wyfe of an Herowan of Pomeiooc, The