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1 1848 History of Conquest of Peru: with a preliminary view of civilization of Incas by Prescott, William Hickling 153,758W 615 10:15
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1 Physical Aspect Of Country
2 Sources Of Peruvian Civilization
3 Empire Of Incas
4 Royal Family
5 Nobility
2
1 Orders Of State
2 Provisions For Justice
3 Division Of Lands
4 Revenues & Registers
5 Great Roads & Posts
6 Military Tactics & Policy
3
1 Peruvian Religion
2 Deities
3 Gorgeous Temples
4 Festivals
5 Virgins Of Sun
6 Marriage
4
1 Education
2 Quipus
3 Astronomy
4 Agriculture
5 Aqueducts
6 Guano
7 Important Esculents
5
1 Peruvian Sheep
2 Great Hunts
3 Manufactures
4 Mechanical Skill
5 Architecture
6 Concluding Reflections
2 Discovery Of Peru
1 Ancient & Modern Science
2 Art Of Navigation

3 Maritime Discovery

4 Spirit Of Spaniards
5 Possessions In New World
6 Rumors Concerning Peru
7 1524 - 5 Francisco Pizarro
1 His Early History
2 1st Expedition To South
3 Distresses Of Voyagers
4 Sharp Encounters
5 Return To Panama
6 Almagro's Expedition
8 1526 - 7 Famous Contract
1 2nd Expedition
2 Ruiz Explores Coast
3 Pizarro's Sufferings In Forests
4 Arrival Of New Recruits
5 Fresh Discoveries & Disasters
6 Pizarro On Isle Of Gallo
9 1527 - 8
1 Indignation Of Governor
2 Stern Resolution Of Pizarro
3 Prosecution Of Voyage
4 Brilliant Aspect Of Tumbez
5 Discoveries Along Coast
6 Return To Panama
7 Pizarro Embarks For Spain
3 Conquest of Peru
1 1528 - 31
1 Pizarro's Reception At Court
2 His Capitulation With Crown
3 He Visits His Birthplace
4 Returns To New World
5 Difficulties With Almagro
6 His 3rd Expedition
7 Adventures On Coast
8 Battles In Isle Of Puna
9 Peru At Time Of Conquest
10 Reign Of Huayna Capac
11 Inca Brothers
12 Contest For Empire
13 Triumph & Cruelties Of Atahuallpa
2 1532
1 Spaniards Land At Tumbez
2 Pizarro Reconnoitres Country
3 Foundation Of San Miguel
4 March Into Interior
5 Embassy From Inca
6 Adventures On March
7 Reach Foot Of Andes
3 1532
1 Severe Passage Of Andes
2 Embassies From Atahuallpa
3 Spaniards Reach Caxamalca
4 Embassy To Inca
5 Interview With Inca
6 Despondency Of Spaniards
4 1532
1 Desperate Plan Of Pizarro
2 Atahuallpa Visits Spaniards
3 Horrible Massacre
4 Inca A Prisoner
5 Conduct Of Conquerors
6 Splendid Promises Of Inca
7 Death Of Huascar
5 1533
1 Gold Arrives For Ransom
2 Visit To Pachacamac
3 Demolition Of Idol
4 Inca's Favorite General
5 Inca's Life In Confinement
6 Envoy's Conduct In Cuzco
7 Arrival Of Almagro
8 Immense Amount Of Treasure
9 Its Division Among Troops
10 Rumors Of Rising
11 Trial Of Inca
12 His Execution
13 Reflections
6 1533 - 4
1 Disorders In Peru
2 March To Cuzco
3 Encounter With Natives
4 Challcuchima Burnt
5 Arrival In Cuzco
6 Description Of City
7 Treasure Found There
7 1534 - 5
1 New Inca Crowned
2 Municipal Regulations
3 Terrible March Of Alvarado
4 Interview With Pizarro
5 Foundation Of Lima
6 Hernando Pizarro Reaches Spain
7 Sensation At Court
8 Feuds Of Almagro & Pizarros
8 1535 - 6
1 Escape Of Inca
2 Return Of Hernando Pizarro
3 Rising Of Peruvians
4 Siege & Burning Of Cuzco
5 Distresses Of Spaniards
6 Storming Of Fortress
7 Pizarro's Dismay
8 Inca Raises Siege
4 Civil Wars Of Conquerors
1 1535 - 7
1 Almagro's March To Chili
2 Suffering Of Troops
3 He Returns & Seizes Cuzco
4 Action Of Abancay
5 Gaspar De Espinosa
6 Almagro Leaves Cuzco
7 Negotiations With Pizarro
2 1537 - 8
1 1st Civil War
2 Almagro Retreats To Cuzco
3 Battle Of Las Salinas
4 Cruelty Of Conquerors
5 Trial & Execution Of Almagro
6 His Character
3 1539 - 40
1 Pizarro Revisits Cuzco
2 Hernando Returns To Castile
3 His long Imprisonment
4 Commissioner Sent To Peru
5 Hostilities With Inca
6 Pizarro's Active Administration
7 Gonzalo Pizarro
4 1540 - 2
1 Gonzalo Pizarro's Expedition
2 Passage Across Mountains
3 Discovers Napo
4 Incredible Sufferings
5 Orellana Sails Down Amazon
6 Despair Of Spaniards
7 Survivors Return To Quito
5 1541
1 Almagro Faction
2 Their Desperate Condition
3 Conspiracy Against Francisco Pizarro
4 Assassination Of Pizarro
5 Acts Of Conspirators
6 Pizarro's Character
6 1541 - 3
1 Movements Of Conspirators
2 Advance Of Vaca De Castro
3 Proceedings Of Almagro
4 Progress Of Governor
5 Forces Approach Each Other
6 Bloody Plains Of Chupas
7 Conduct Of Vaca De Castro
7 1543 - 4
1 Abuses By Conquerors
2 Code For Colonies
3 Great Excitement In Peru
4 Blasco Nunez Viceroy
5 His Severe Policy
6 Opposed By Gonzalo Pizarro
8 1544
1 Viceroy Arrives At Lima
2 Gonzalo Pizarro Marches From Cuzco
3 Death Of Inca Manco
4 Rash Conduct Of Viceroy
5 Seized & Deposed By Audience
6 Gonzalo Proclaimed Governor Of Peru
9 1544 - 6
1 Measures Of Gonzalo Pizarro
2 Escape Of Vaca De Castro
3 Reappearance Of Viceroy
4 His Disastrous Retreat
5 Defeat & Death Of Viceroy
6 Gonzalo Pizarro Lord Of Peru
5 Settlement Of Country
1 1545 - 7
1 Great Sensation In Spain
2 Pedro De La Gasca
3 His Early Life
4 His Mission To Peru
5 His Politic Conduct
6 His Offers To Pizarro
7 Gains Fleet
2 1547
1 Gasca Assembles His Forces
2 Defection Of Pizarro's Followers
3 He Musters His Levies
4 Agitation In Lima
5 He Abandons City
6 Gasca Sails From Panama
7 Bloody Battle Of Huarina
3 1547 - 8
1 Dismay In Gasca's Camp
2 His Winter Quarters
3 Resumes His March
4 Crosses Apurimac
5 Pizarro's Conduct In Cuzco
6 He Encamps Near City
7 Rout Of Xaquixa Guana
4 1548 - 50
1 Execution Of Carbajal
2 Gonzalo Pizarro Beheaded
3 Spoils Of Victory
4 Wise Reforms By Gasca
5 He Returns To Spain
6 His Death & Character
2 Inca Lands
by Hiram BINGHAM 1875 - 1956
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1 Crossing Desert
2 Climbing Coropuna
3 To Parinacochas
4 Flamingo Lake
5 Titicaca
6 Vilcanota Country & Peruvian Highlanders
7 Valley of Huatanay
8 Oldest City in South America
9 Last 4 Incas
10 Searching for Last Inca Capital
11 Search Continued
12 Fortress of Uiticos & House of Sun
13 Vilcabamba
14 Conservidayoc
15 Pampa of Ghosts
16 Story of Tampu-tocco, Lost City of 1st Incas
17 Machu Picchu
18 Origin of Machu Picchu
4 1572 History of Incas
by Sarmiento de Gamboa, Pedro 1532–1592
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1 Dedicatory letter to King Philip 2
2 Division of history
3 ancient division of land
4 Description of ancient Atlantic Island
5 1st inhabitants of world & principally of Atlantic Island
6 Inhabitants of Atlantic Island
7 fable of origin of these barbarous Indians of Peru, according to their blind opinions
8 Fable of 2nd age, & creation of barbarous Indians according to their account
9 ancient Behetrias of these kingdoms of Peru & their provinces
10 1st settlers in valley of Cuzco
11 How Incas began to tyrannize over lands & inheritances
12 fable of origin of Incas of Cuzco
13 road which these companies of Incas took to valley of Cuzco, & fables which are mixed with their history
14 Entry of Incas into valley of Cuzco, & fables they relate concerning it
15 difference between Manco Ccapac & Alcabisas, respecting arable land
16 Commences life of Sinchi Rocca, 2nd Inca
17 life of Lloqui Yupanqui, 3rd Inca
18 life of Mayta Ccapac, 4th Inca
19 life of Ccapac Yupanqui, 5th Inca
20 life of Inca Rocca, 6th Inca
4 1572 History of Incas
by Sarmiento de Gamboa, Pedro 1532–1592
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21 life of Titu Cusi Hualpa, vulgarly called Yahuar-huaccac
22 What happened after Ayarmarcas had stolen Titu Cusi Hualpa
23 How it became known that Yahuar-huaccac was alive
24 Yahuar-huaccac Inca Yupanqui commences his reign alone, after death of his father
25 Life of Viracocha, 8th Inca
26 provinces & towns conquered by eighth Inca Viracocha
27 Life of Inca Yupanqui or Pachacuti, 9th Inca
28 Coming of Chancas against Cuzco
29 second victory of Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui over Chancas
30 Inca Yupanqui assumes sovereignty & takes fringe, without consent of his father
31 Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui rebuilds city of Cuzco
32 Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui rebuilds House of Sun & establishes new idols in it
33 Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui depopulates 2 leagues of country near Cuzco
34 Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui kills his elder brother named Inca Urco
35 nations which Pachacuti Inca subjugated & towns he took: & 1st of Tocay Ccapac, Sinchi of Ayamarcas, & destruction of Cuyos
36 other nations conquered by Inca Yupanqui, either in person or through his brother Inca Rocca
37 Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui endows House of Sun with great wealth
38 Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui conquers province of Colla-suyu
39 Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui sends army to conquer province of Chinchay-suyu
40 Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui plants mitimaes in all lands he had conquered
4 1572 History of Incas
by Sarmiento de Gamboa, Pedro 1532–1592
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41 Collas, sons of Chuchi Ccapac, rebel against Inca Yupanqui to obtain their freedom
42 Amaru Tupac Inca & Apu Paucar Usnu continue conquest of Collao & again subdue Collas
43 Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui nominates his son Tupac Inca Yupanqui his successor
44 How Pachacuti armed his son Tupac Inca
45 Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui sends son Tupac Inca Yupanqui to conquer Chinchay-suyu
46 How Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui visited provinces conquered for him by his captains
47 Tupac Inca Yupanqui sets out, a second time, by order of his father, to conquer what remained unsubdued in Chinchay-suyu
48 Death of Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui
49 life of Tupac Inca Yupanqui, 10th Inca
50 Tupac Inca Yupanqui conquers province of Antis
51 Tupac Inca Yupanqui goes to subdue & pacify Collas
52 Tupac Inca makes Yanaconas
53 Tupac Inca Yupanqui orders 2nd visitation of land, & does other things
54 Tupac Inca makes fortress of Cuzco
55 Death of Tupac Inca Yupanqui
56 life of Huayna Ccapac, eleventh Inca
57 They give fringe of Inca to Huayna Ccapac, 11th Inca
58 first acts of Huayna Ccapac after he became Inca
59 Huayna Ccapac conquers Chachapoyas
60 Huayna Ccapac makes a visitation of whole empire from Quito to Chile
4 1572 History of Incas
by Sarmiento de Gamboa, Pedro 1532–1592
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61 Huayna Ccapac makes war on Quitos, Pastos, Carangues, Cayambis, Huancavilcas
62 Chirihuanas come to make war in Peru against those conquered by Incas
63 What Huayna Ccapac did after the-said wars
64 life of Huascar, last Inca, & of Atahualpa
65 Huascar Inca marches in person to fight Chalco Chima & Quiz-quiz, captains of Atahualpa
66 battle between armies of Huascar & Atahualpa Huascar made prisoner
67 What Chalco Chima & Quiz-quiz did concerning Huascar & those of his side in words
68 cruelties that Atahualpa ordered to be perpetrated on prisoners & conquered of Huascar's party
69 News of Spaniards comes to Atahualpa
70 Spaniards come to Caxamarca & seize Atahualpa, who orders Huascar to be killed Atahualpa also dies
71 noteworthy how these Incas were tyrants against themselves, besides being so against natives of land
72 Summary computation of period that Incas of Peru lasted
3 1858 History of Peru by Beebe, Henry S 34,056W 137 2:17
1 1839 Election
1 Financial Crash
2 Condition of Town
3 Anecdote illustrative of scarcity of money
4 Hog Story
5 Establishment of Ninawa Gazette
6 Building of 1st Church
2 1840 Election
1 Bangs Enterprise
2 Erection of Stone Church
3 Donation of Bell
4 Visit of Messrs Van Buren & Paulding

3 1841 Elections

4 1842 Elections
1 Resumption of work on Canal
2 Improvement in Business
3 1st arrival of Steamboats in Spring
5 1843 Elections
1 Revenue
2 Efforts for dividing County
6 1844 Elections
1 Special Charter
7 1845 Elections
1 Revenue
2 Return of Prosperity
8 1846 Elections
1 Establishment of "Beacon Light"
2 Name Changed to "Junction Beacon"
3 Formation of Hook & Ladder Company
9 1847 Election
1 Cemetery laid out
10 1848 Election
1 Completion of Canal
2 Effect on Peru
3 Diversion of Trade to La Salle
4 Establishment of "Peru Telegraph"
5 Erection of 1st Grain Ware House
6 Great Freshet
11 1849 Election
1 1st appearance of Cholera
12 1850 Elections
1 Project for a Rail Road to Aurora
2 Burning of National Hotel
3 Establishment of "Peru Democrat"
4 issue of $25,000 Bonds authorized on account of Peru & Rock Island Rail Road
5 United States Census
6 Incorporation of City
7 Territory embraced in City Limits
8 1851 Elections under Charter
9 Question of issuing Bonds on account of subscription to Stock of Chicago & Rock Island Rail Road decided unanimously in affirmative at Election
10 Resurvey of City
11 Issue of $40,000 of Bonds
12 Organization of Central Rail Road Company
13 Protest of Peru against place of crossing River
14 Peru & Grandetour Plank Road
13 1852 Elections
1 Reappearance of Cholera
2 Operations on Rail Road
14 1853 Elections
1 Resignation of Mayor & new Election
2 Issue of $10,000 eight per cent Market House Bonds
3 Opening of Chicago & Rock Island Rail Road to Peru
4 Establishment of "Peru Weekly Chronicle" & "Daily Chronicle"
5 E Higgins & Co's & McMillan & Co's Stores burnt
15 1854 Elections
1 Blue Ballot Question
2 Manner of Paying Interest on Bonds

3 Opening of Rail Road to Rock Island

4 Census
5 Completion of Market House & issue of $2,600 Bonds
16 1855 Elections
1 City indebtedness
2 Issue of $5,000 8% bonds
3 Resignation of Mayor
4 Establishment of "Peru Sentinel"
5 1856 Elections
6 Railroad Round House burnt
7 $20,000 bridge bonds authorized
8 Appropriations for damages for flooded stores
9 Extra Railroad dividend
10 HoffmanHouse burnt
11 Chair Factory burnt
12 Geo B Willis
13 Extension of City limits
14 Recorders Court
17 1857 Elections
1 Non-payment of interest on City bonds
2 Financial revulsion
3 Fitzsimmons & Beebe's Foundry & Machine Shop burnt
18 1858 Elections
1 Issue of $5,000 ten per cent interest bonds authorized
2 Rainy weather & bad roads
3 Revival of business
4 Census
5 Occupations
6 Schools, Churches
7 Business Houses
8 Grain Trade
9 Ice Trade
10 Coal Field
11 Peru Coal Shaft
12 Advantages for Manufacturing
13 City Debt
14 Review of Census
15 Bridge
16 Future
17 Moral & Intellectualview
18 List of Early Families
19 Character of Inhabitants
20 Unenviable Reputations
18 1858 Elections
21 Western Towns
22 Surrounding Country
23 Scene as viewed from Chamber's House
24 Salubrity of Climate
25 Water
26 Soil
27 Markets
28 Roads
29 Hogs & Cattle
30 Dairies
31 Sheep
32 Grass fatted meat
33 Horses
34 Choice of Markets
35 Scarcity of Timber
36 Morals & Society
37 Former difficulties of Emigrant
38 Present Condition
39 Early Settlers in Vicinity

40 Early French Settlements

18 1858 Elections
41 Buffalo Rock
42 Chronological glance at Illinois
43 Black Hawk War
44 Indian Creek Massacre
45 Cork War
46 Murder of Story
47 John Myers
48 Ninawa Titles
49 Col Kinney
50 A H Miller
51 Starved Rock
52 Deer Park
53 Sulphur Springs