Cannibal encounters : Europeans and Island Caribs, 1492-1763 / Philip P. Boucher.

When the natives of Hispaniola first told Christopher Columbus of their feared enemies to the east - using the Arawak word caniba or carib - the admiral considered two possible explanations. Either these fierce warriors were soldiers of the nearby Great Khan (Spanish can) or they were cannibals. Eur...

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Main Author: Boucher, Philip P., 1944-
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Published: Baltimore : John Hopkins University Press, ©1992.
Series:Johns Hopkins studies in Atlantic history and culture.


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Call Number: F1505.2.C3