WHAT THEY NEVER TOLD YOU ABOUT THE CORONADO EXPEDITION

@article{Flint2005WHATTN,
  title={WHAT THEY NEVER TOLD YOU ABOUT THE CORONADO EXPEDITION},
  author={R. Flint},
  journal={KIVA},
  year={2005},
  volume={71},
  pages={203 - 217}
}
Abstract The Coronado expedition is usually portrayed by historians and popularizers alike as a small army of Spanish knights in clanking armor dispatched by the king of Spain to look for gold. Thorough examination of the sixteenth-century documentary sources reveals that, instead, the expedition was very large and was not an army in any modern sense; its membership was not entirely or even predominantly Spanish; almost no one on the expedition possessed metal armor; the idea for the expedition… Expand
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