book chapter

Journal of the principal occurrences during the voyage of the frigate Santa Rosalia from El Callao de Lima to the Island of David, and thence to San Carlos de Chiloe, in the year 1770

voyage of captain don felipe gonzález in the ship of the line san lorenzo, with the frigate santa rosalia in company, to easter island in 1770-1 : preceded by an extract from mynheer jacob roggeveen's official log of his discovery of and visit to easter island, in 1772Cambridge • Published In 1908 • Pages: 83-111

By: Anonymous, Corney, Bolton Glanville.

Abstract
This source is an account of an early Spanish voyage to Easter ("David," "San Carlos") Island. Although the author is not identified with certainty, the translator-editor believes him to be Don Francisco Antonio de Agüera y Infanzon, the chief pilot. The discussion pertaining to Easter Island deals largely with relations between the natives and the Spanish travelers. Other topics covered include the statues, clothing, homes, and women.
Subjects
Weapons
Representative art
Visual arts
Behavior toward non-relatives
External relations
Sacred objects and places
culture
Rapa Nui
HRAF PubDate
2016
Region
Oceania
Sub Region
Polynesia
Document Type
book chapter
Evaluation
Traveler-5
Analyst
Betty Potash ; 1961
Coverage Date
1770
Coverage Place
Easter Island, Valparaíso, Chile
Notes
By an officer of said frigate
LCCN
09002602
LCSH
Easter Island