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Lectures and Papers, circa 1565-1994 (continued)
“Ireland and America, 1500-1640,” America and Ireland, 1500-1800 conference, Society of St. Brendan, Ennis, Ireland, 1986-1989 See also Container 158, same heading
(2 folders)
Opening remarks, Conference on Captain John Smith, Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Va.
“Quinn on Quinn,” American Historical Association meeting, Chicago, Ill.
(2 folders)
1987
“America in the Elizabethan Imagination and in Reality,” Fulbright lecture tour, Boston University, Boston, Mass., and University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn.
“Bermuda in the Columbian Era,” Bermuda Maritime Museum banquet, Southampton, Bermuda, 1987-1988
BOX 107 “England, Spain, and America under Elizabeth I and Philip II,” Fulbright lecture tour, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fla.
“Publicists and Explorers: Influences of Hakluyt and Purchas on Geographical Exploration in the Seventeenth Century,” Fulbright lecture tour, University of California, Los Angeles, Calif.
“Richard Hakluyt's America: A Northeastern View,” Connecticut Historical Society and University of Connecticut, Hartford, Conn.
1988
“Bermuda in the Columbian Era,” John Carter Brown Library, Providence, R.I.
“North America--A Last Resort?” Europe and the Settlement of the Americas: From Columbus to the Puritans, Advanced Seminar in North American History, Sestri Levante, Italy, 1987-1988, undated
1989
“Columbus and the North,” Myth and Reality symposium, 1992 Quincentenary Programs, University of California, Los Angeles, Calif.
“The English Claim to North America”
1990
After dinner address, Seventh Conference of Irish Historians in Britain, York, England, 1989-1990
Comments as chair of session on Early English Colonization: The Lessons of Failure, American Historical Association conference, New York, N.Y.
“Thomas Harriot: The Making of the Scientist,” Liverpool Society for the History of Science and Technology, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England, 1989-1990
“Thomas Harriot and the Problem of America,” Oriel College, University of Oxford, Oxford, England, 1990-1991
BOX 108 1991
“The Atlantic World in 1492,” Crosscurrents of Culture symposium, New York University, New York, N.Y., 1990-1991
“European Impressions of America: Late Fifteenth Century to Early Sixteenth Century,” New York University, New York, N.Y.
“Richard Hakluyt and The Ideology of Elizabethan Imperialism,” Seminar in Comparative Social and Cultural History, Cambridge, England
1992
“Columbus: An Assessment,” Toronto, Canada
“Editing Hakluyt's ’Discourse of Western Planting,'” Editing Exploration Texts, Twenty-eighth Annual Conference on Editorial Problems, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 1991-1993
“Who Did Discover America Then? Columbus in Perspective,” Society for Nautical Research, London, England, 1992-1993
1993, “Investors in the Roanoke Colonies,” Roanoke Decoded symposium, Fort Raleigh, N.C., 1991-1993
(3 folders)
Undated
“America in World History”
“Colonies”
“The English Contribution to the Discovery of America”
“The Future of Irish History”
BOX 109 Historical study, several lectures on
“Irish and Amerindians: Some Indications of English Attitudes”
Roanoke colonies, N.C.
“Sir Walter Raleigh and the British Empire”
BOX 110-167 Writings, circa 1351-1994
Drafts, correspondence, and research material, pertaining to Quinn's writings.
Arranged alphabetically by type of publication. Articles, poetry, and reviews are arranged chronologically therein by date of publication. Books, contributions to encyclopedias and atlases, obituaries, and pamphlets are arranged alphabetically by title. Unpublished and unidentified manuscripts are arranged alphabetically by title or subject.
BOX 110 Articles
1932, “Descriptions of Ards Peninsula by William Montgomery of Rosemount in 1683 and 1701,” Irish Booklover (reprinted in 1972 in Irish Booklore), circa 1600-1694, 1931-1932, 1945-1946, 1970-1972, undated
(6 folders)
1935
“Anglo-Irish Ulster in the Early Sixteenth Century,” Proceedings and Reports of the Belfast Natural History and Philosophical Society, 1933-1934, circa 1351-1550, 1934-1935
BOX 111 “Edward IV and Exploration,” Mariner's Mirror, 1452-1483, 1934, undated
1937, “Ormond Papers, 1480-1535,” in Calendar of Ormond Deeds, edited by E. Curtis, 1480-1671, 1934, undated
(4 folders)
BOX 112 1941
“Bills and Statutes of the Irish Parliaments of Henry VII and Henry VIII,” Analecta Hibernica, 1498-1543, 1934-1941, undated
(4 folders)
“The Early Interpretation of Poyning's Law, 1494-1534,” Irish Historical Studies
“Guide to English Financial Records for Irish History, 1461-1558,” Analecta Hibernica, 1936-1941
(2 folders)
“The Irish Pipe Roll of 14 John, 1211-1212,” with Oliver Davies, Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 1941-1942
1942
“Information about Dublin Printers, 1556-1573, in English Financial Records,” Irish Booklover
BOX 113 “Parliaments and Great Councils in Ireland, 1461-1586,” Irish Historical Studies, 1941-1942
1943, “Government Printing and the Publication of the Irish Statutes in the Sixteenth Century,” Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, 1942-1943
1945
“Agenda for Irish History: Ireland from 1461 to 1603,” Irish Historical Studies
“Sir Thomas Smith (1513-1577) and the Beginnings of English Colonial Theory,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 1555-1585, 1940-1945
(4 folders)
1947, “Edward Walshe's ’Conjectures' Concerning the State of Ireland, [1522],” Irish Historical Studies, 1946-1947
1949, “Preparations for the 1585 Virginia Voyage,” William and Mary Quarterly
1951, “Some Spanish Reactions to Elizabethan Colonial Enterprises,” Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 1950
BOX 114 1952, “Christopher Newport in 1590,” North Carolina Historical Review, 1590-1591, 1951-1952
1954, preface to Black Gown and Redskins: Adventures and Travels of the Early Jesuit Missionaries in North America, 1610-1791, by Edna Kenton, 1955-1956
1956
“Exciting Old Records May Come to Light in New Survey,” South Wales Evening Post
“The Library as the Arts Faculty's Laboratory,” Twenty-third Conference of Library Authorities in Wales and Monmouthshire, Newport, 1956
“A Merchant's Long Memory,” Gower
1958
“Ireland and Sixteenth-Century European Expansion,” in Historical Studies I: Papers Read before the Second Irish Conference of Historians, edited by T. Desmond Williams, circa 1558-1630, 1955-1956
(3 folders)
“Local History in Perspective,” Morgannwg
1959
“Die Anfänge des Britischen Weltreiches bis zum Ende der Napoleonischen Kriege,” Historia Mundi: Eine Handbuch der Weltgeschichte, 1938-1939, 1954-1959
(2 folders)
“Notes by a Pious Colonial Investor, 1608-1610,” William and Mary Quarterly, 1958-1959
BOX 115 1960, “Edward Hayes, Liverpool Colonial Pioneer,” Transactions of the Historical Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, 1557-1613, 1958-1961, undated
(2 folders)
1961
“The Argument for the English Discovery of America between 1480 and 1494" Geographical Journal, 1480-1536, 1942-1962
(6 folders)
BOX 116 “Henry VIII and Ireland, 1509-1534,” Irish Historical Studies, 1507-1633, 1961-1962
“Simão Fernandes, a Portuguese Pilot in the English Service, circa 1573-1588,” Actas, Congresso Internacional de História Descobrimentos, 1575-1583, 1960, 1969
(2 folders)
1962, “The Voyage of Étienne Bellenger to the Maritimes in 1584: A New Document,” Canadian Historical Review
1963, “John White and the English Naturalists,” History Today
BOX 117 1964, “Sailors and the Sea,” in Shakespeare Survey, edited by Allardyce Nicoll, circa 1569-1607, 1958-1964
(2 folders)
1965
“England and the St. Lawrence, 1577 to 1602,” in Merchants and Scholars, edited by John Parker, 1961-1965
“Exploration and the Expansion of Europe,” Rapports, 1, Comité International des Sciences Historiques, XIIe Congrès International des Sciences Historiques, 1964-1965
“A Map of the Norse World,” New Statesman
1966
“Advice for Investors in Virginia, Bermuda, and Newfoundland, 1611,” William and Mary Quarterly, 1611, 1964-1966
“État Présent des Études sur la Découverte de l'Amérique au XVe Siècle,” Journal de la Société des Américanistes, 1965-1966
(3 folders)
BOX 118 “The First Pilgrims,” William and Mary Quarterly, circa 1584-1598, 1954-1966
(2 folders)
“The Munster Plantation: Problems and Opportunities,” Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society
“The Road to Jamestown,” in Shakespeare Celebrated, edited by Louis B. Wright, 1964, undated
“Les Toponymes Amérindiens du Canada Chez les Anciens Voyageurs Anglais, 1591-1602,” with Jacques Rousseau, Cahiers de Géographie de Québec, 1962-1966
1967
“Calendar of the Irish Council Book, 1 March 1581 to 1 July 1586,” Analecta Hibernica, 1586, 1964-1969, undated
(2 folders)
“John Cabot's Matthew,” Times Literary Supplement
“John Day and Columbus,” Geographical Journal
“Martin Pring at Provincetown in 1603?” with Warner F. Gookin, New England Quarterly, 1626, 1965-1967
1968
“La Contribution des Anglais à la Découverte de l'Amérique du Nord au XVIe Siècle,” in La Découverte de l'Amérique: Esquisse d'une Synthèse: Conditions Historiques et Conséquences Culturelles, edited by Manuel Ballesteros-Gaibrois, 1966
BOX 119 Foreword to Kinsale: The Spanish Intervention in Ireland at the End of the Elizabethan Wars, by John J. Silke, 1968, undated
1969
“A Contemporary List of Hariot References,” Renaissance Quarterly, circa 1587-1602, 1948-1968, 1975, undated
(3 folders)
“A List of Books Purchased for the Virginia Company,” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1623, 1968-1969, undated
“Thomas Hariot (1560-1621): An Original Practitioner in the Scientific Art,” Times Literary Supplement
1970
“Additional Sidney State Papers, 1566-1570,” Analecta Hibernica, 1566-1570, 1967-1970
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