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Tesis PUCV (UCC2625/222087)
Código Pedido: 910.983  CHA  2017
Autor: Channing Eberhard, Carmen de Jesús.
Título: Náufragos e imperios de ultramar: el naufragio de la Wager y el discurso británico en la representación de la Patagonia Occidental Insular, 1741-1768.
Características: 233 p. en Español.
Título/Grado: Magíster en Historia. Profesor guía: Urbina Carrasco, María Ximena.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Historia en Fondo Tesis 1 ejemplar.

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Tesis PUCV (UCC2462/221924)
Código Pedido: 343.83096  LAG  2014
Autor: Lagos Ossa, Daniela Fernanda.
Título: El objeto de salvamento: distinción entre nave hundida, varada y abandonada en contraste al resto náufrago.
Características: 52 h. en Español.
Título/Grado: Licenciado en Ciencias Jurídicas. Profesor guía: Barroilhet Acevedo, Claudio.
Derecho de Autor: Otorgado por el autor para publicar desde el 21.03.2018
Disponible en: Biblioteca Derecho en Fondo Tesis 1 ejemplar.

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Tesis PUCV (UCE6329/205826)
Código Pedido: 860.9  VAR  2014
Autor: Varela Varela, Eduardo Andrés.
Título: Los espacios como representación simbólica y su relación con el salvajismo español en los naufragios.
Características: cd. en Español.
Título/Grado: Licenciado en Educación. Profesor de Castellano y Comunicación. Profesor guía: Green, Bryan David.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Educación en Fondo Tesis 2 ejemplares.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCE6221/205718)
Código Pedido: 343.83096  PEU  2011
Autor: Peuriot Canterini, Luis Felipe.
Título: El salvamento maritimo.
Edición: Librotecnia; Santiago; Chile. 2a. ed.
Características: 381 p. en Español.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Derecho en Fondo Activo 1 ejemplar.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCE5605/205102)
Código Pedido: 910.452  JAM  1800
Autor: James, Isaac.
Título: Providence displayed: or, the remarkable adventures of Alexander Selkirk, of Largo, in Scotland Who lived four years and four months by himfelf, on the Island of Juan Fernandez.
Edición: Biggs and Cottle; Bristol; Reino Unido. 1a. ed.
Características: 194 p. en Inglés.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Budge en Fondo Restringido 1 ejemplar.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCE3615/203119)
Código Pedido: 983  LON  2011
Autor: Longeville Vowell, Richard. Toribio Medina, José.Consejo Nacional de las Culturas y las Artes.
Título: Memorias de un oficial inglés al servicio de Chile: 1821-1829.
Edición: Septiembre Ediciones; Santiago; Chile. 1a. ed.
Características: 127 p. en Español.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Budge en Fondo Restringido 1 ejemplar.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCE0528/200045)
Código Pedido: 910.452  BAS  2011
Autor: Bascuñán Edwards, Carlos. Eichholz C., Magdalena. Hartwig I., Fernando.
Título: Naufragios en el Océano Pacífico Sur.
Edición: Aguilar Chilena de Ediciones S. A; Santiago; Chile. Dirección de Archivos, Bibliotecas y Museos; Santiago; Chile. 2a. ed.
Características: t. en Español.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Budge en Fondo Restringido  volumenes.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCF9131/198650)
Código Pedido: 910.4  BYR  2012
Autor: Byron, John. Bulkeley, John. Cummins, John. Morris, Isaac. Campbell, Alexander.
Título: Cuatro relatos para un naufragio: Los protagonistas de la Wager en el Golfo de Penas en 1741.
Edición: Septiembre Ediciones; Santiago; Chile. 1a. ed.
Características: 281 p. en Español.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Historia en Fondo Activo 1 ejemplar.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCF4343/193868)
Código Pedido: 983.255  URZ  2010
Autor: Urzúa Duarte, Mauricio.
Título: Fragmentos de mar: Valparaíso, puerto de naufragios.
Edición: Puerto Alegre; Valparaíso; Chile.
Características: 156 p. en Español.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Budge en Fondo Restringido 1 ejemplar.

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Recurso: Película cinematográfica (UCG7636/187185)
Código Pedido:   ZEM  2004
Autor:
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Título: Náufrago / Cast away.
Edición: Universal Pictures; Ciudad de México; México.
Características: 2 DVD; 170 mins; color; Formato 16:9 Widescreen; NTSC 1, 3, 4. en Inglés, Español y Portugués.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Curauma en Fondo Cultural 1 ejemplar.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCH6552/176041)
Código Pedido: 387  PON  1970
Autor: Ponti, Valery.
Título: Historia de las comunicaciones: transportes marítimos.
Edición: Salvat; Pamplona; España.
Características: 156 p. en Español.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCH1955/171456)
Código Pedido: 910.452  PER  1996
Autor: Pérez-Mallaína Bueno, Pablo Emilio.
Título: El hombre frente al mar: naufragios en la carrera de Indias durante los siglos XVI y XVII.
Edición: Universidad de Sevilla; Sevilla; España. 1a. ed.
Características: 197 p. en Español.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Historia en Fondo Activo 2 ejemplares.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCJ8024/157487)
Código Pedido: 910.4  BAU  1747
Autor: Baudier, Michael. Escalante, Bernardino de. Sa, Pedro de. Bernier, F. Bruton, William. Drake, Francis. Knight, Francis. Galvano, Antonio. Wolfe, John. Dunton, John. Phelps, Thomas. Pigafetta, Philippo. Froger, M. de. Le Maire, Jacobo. Boothby, Richard. Castle, William. Geare, Allen. Warren, George.
Título: The history of the court of the King of China. Written in french by seigneur Michael Baudier, of Languedoc / A discourse of the navigation which the portugueze do make to the realms and provinces of the east parts of the world, and of the knowledge which they have of the great things that are in the realm of China / Reflexions upon the idolatry of the Jesuits in China / A description of Siam / A full and true relation of the Great and wonderful Revolution that happened lately in the Kingdom of Siam in the East Indies / A relation of the late great revolution in Siam, and of the driving out of the french / Mr. F. Bernier's Voyage to Surat: containing the history of the late revolution of the Empire of the Great Mogol; together with the most considerable passages for five years following in that empire. to wich is added a letter to the lord Colbert, touching the extent of Indostan, the circulation of the gold and silver of the world. With an exact description of Dehli and Agra / Particular events or, the most considerable passages after the war, or five years, or thereabout in the empire of the Great Mogol / The voyage and travels of captain Robert Coverte / News from the East Indies: or, a voyage to Bengalla, one of the greatest kingdoms under the high and mighty Prince Pedesha Shassallem, usually called the Great Mogul. With the state and magnificence of the Court of Malcandy, kept by the Nabob, viceroy or vice king under the aforesaid Monarch. Written by William Bruton / A true relation of the unjust, cruel, and barbarous proceedings against the english at Amboyna, in the East Indies, by the netherlandish governor and counsil there / The discoveries of the world from their first original, unto the year of our lord 1555. Briefly written in the portugal tongue, by Antony Galvano, governor of Ternate, the chief island of the Molucas. Corrected, quoted, and now published in english. by Richard Hakluyt, sometime student of Christ Church, in Oxford / The world encompassed by sir Francis Drake. Offered now at last to publick view, both for the honour of the actor, but especially for the stirring up of heroick spirits, to benefit their country, and eternize their names by like noble attempts. Collected out of the notes of Mr. Francis Fletcher, preacher in this employment, and compared with divers others notes that went in the same voyage / A relation of seven years slavery under the Turks of Algier, suffered by an english captive merchant. Wherein is also contained all memorable passages, fights, and accidents, wich happened in that city, and at sea with their ships and gallies during that time. Together with a description of the sufferings of the miserable captives under that merciless tyranny. Whereunto is added a second book, containing a description of Algier, with its original, manner of government, increase, and present flourishing estate / The description of a voyage made by certain ships of Holland into the East Indies. With their adventures and success. Together with the description of the countries, towns, and inhabitant of the same. Who set forth on the second of April 1595, and returned on the fourteenth of august 1597. Translated out of dutch into english by W. P. To wich is added the Sea Journal, or Navigation of the Hollander into Java, & co / An addition to the Sea Journal or Navigation of the Hollanders into Java. Containing some description of the coast and harbours from Cape Bona Speranza to Java. With a description of the Kingdom and island of Bally; as also of the natives of the Cape of Good Hope, &c. To wich is added an exposition of certain words of the people of Madagascar, the Bay of Tongill, and of certain Malacca words used throughout all East India / A true Journal of the Sallee Fleet, with the proceedings of the voyage. Published by John Dunton, London mariner, master of the admiral, called the Leopard. Whereunto is annexed a list of Sallée captives names, and the places where they dwell, and a description of the three towns in a card / A true account of the captivity of Thomas Phelps at Machiness in Barbary and of his strange escape, in company of Edmund Baxter, and others; as also of the burning two of the greatest pirate ship belonging to that kingdom, in the river Mamora, upon the thirteenth day of June, 1685 / A report of the Kingdom of Congo, a region in Africa and the countries that border round about the same / A relation of a voyage made in the years 1695, 1696, 1697 on the coasts of Africa by a squadron of french man of war, under the command of M. de Gennes / The voyages of the Sieur Le Maire to the Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Senega, and Gambia / A brief discovery or description of the most famous island of Madagascar, or St. Laurence, in Asia, near unto the East Indies / A short discovery of the coast and continent of America, from the equinoctial northward; and of the adjacent isles / A commission for the well governing of our people inhabiting in Newfoundland; or, trafficking in Bays, Creeks, or fresh rivers there / Ebenezer: or a monument of thakfulness / Nova Francia: or, the description of that part of New France wich is one continent with Virginia / An impartial description of Surinam upon the continent of Guinea in America.
Edición: Thomas Osborne; Londres; Reino Unido. 3a. ed.
Características: 961 p. en Inglés, Latín y Javanés.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCJ8019/157482)
Código Pedido: 910.4  GEM  1746
Autor: Gemelli Careri, John Francis. Rolamb, Nicholas. Merin, Juan Bautista. Ten Rhyne, William. Bolland, Richard. Pellham, Edward.
Título: A voyage round the world, by Dr. John Francis Gemelli Careri. In six parts, viz. I. of Turky. II. of Persia. III. of India. IV. of China. V. of the Philippine Islands. VI. of New Spain. Written originally in italian, translated into english / Travels through Europe in several letters to the counsellor Amato Danio / A relation of a journey to Constantinople; giving an account of divers occurrences; how far the King of Sweden's commission was executed there; as also of the State of the Turkish monarchy at that time, being a report made to the most potent prince, Charles Gustavus, king of the swedes, goths and vandals. By his faithful servant and subject Nicholas Rolamb, baron of Bystad, lord of Lanna, Broo, Biorkwiik, Beatalund and Traan-nos, his majesty's trusty senator, counsellor, and president of his court of justice of Gothia at Tonkioping, formerly Envoy Extraordinary to the Ottoman Porte. Translated from the copy printed in Swedish at Stockholm / A journey of John Baptist Merin, phil. & med. Doct. to the mines of Hungary; with an account of his observations made there, in relation to them, ans subterraneous passages in general / An account of the cape of Good Hope and the Hottentotes, the natives of that country / An account of the shipwreck of a Dutch Vessel, & co / The description of the Kingdom of Corea / God's power and providence, shewed in the miraculous preservation and deliverance of eight english men, left by mischance in Greenland, anno 1630. Nine months and twelve days. With a true relation of all their miseries, the shists and hardships they were put to, their food, &c. Such as neither heathen nor christian ever before endured. With a description of the chief places and rarities of that barren and cold country. Faithfully reported by Edward Pellham, one of the eight men aforesaid. As also with a map of Greenland / A draught of the Straights of Gibraltar, with some observations upon the currents thereunto belonging.
Edición: Henry Lintot and John Osborn, at the Golden Ball in Paternoster Row; Londres; Reino Unido. 3a. ed.
Características: 780 p. en Inglés.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCJ8018/157481)
Código Pedido: 910.4  NIE  1744
Autor: Nieuhoff, John. Smith, John. James, Thomas. Gellibrand, Henry. Iskowitz Backhoff, Feodor. Wagener, Zacarías. Colón, Fernando. Greaves, John. Selden, John. Borri, S.J., Christopher.
Título: Voyages and travels into Brasil and the East Indies; their provinces, cities, living creatures, and products; the manners, customs, habits, and religion of the inhabitans with a particular account of all the remarcable passages that happened during the author's stay of nine years in Brasil; specially in relation to the revolt of the portugueses, and the intestine war carried on there from 1640 to 1649. As also a most ample description of the most famous city of Batavia in the East Indies. Both adorned with copper plates, done after the life. Translated from the dutch original / The true travels, adventures and observations of captain John Smith, into Europe, Asia, Africa and America from Anno Dom. 1593, to 1629 / Two journals: the first kept by seven sailers in Greenland; the second kept by seven other sailers at Spitzbergen, in the years 1633 and 1634 / A true and short account of forty two persons who perished by shipwreck near Spitzbergen in the year 1646 / An account of Iseland sent to monsieur de la Mothe de Vayer / A short journal of seven other seamen, who being left in 1634 at Spitzbergen, to pafs the Winter, died there in 1635 / An account of Greenland, sent to monsieur de la Mothe de Vayer / Captain Thomas James's strange and dangerous voyage in his intended discovery of the north west passage into the south sea, in the years 1631 and 1632. Wherein the miseries indured, both going, wintering, returning, and the rarities obferved, both philisophical and mathematical, are related at large. Published by his majesty's command. To which are added a plat or card for the failing in those seas: also divers litle tables of the author's of the variation of the compass, etc. With an appendix concerning longitude, By Mr. Henry Gellibrand, astronomy reader of Gresham College, London and an advice concerning the philosophy of these late discoveries, By W. W. Printed for Henry Lintot, and John Osborn, at the Golden Ball in Paternoster Row / An account of two voyages: the first, of Feodor Iskowitz Backhoff, the muscovite envoy, into China. The second, of Mr. Zachary Wagener, a native of Dresden in Misnia, thro'a great part of the world, as also in China. Translated from the high dutch original printed at Berlin. Printed for Henry Lintot and John Osborn, at the Golden Bal in Paternoster Row / The history of the life and actions of Adm. Christopher Columbus, and of his discovery of the West Indies, call'd the New World, now in possession of his catholic majesty. Written by his own Son D. Ferdinan Columbus / Pyramidographia: or, a description of the pyramids in Egypt. By John Greaves, professor of astronomy in the Univerfity of Oxford / A discourse of the roman foot and Denarius: from whence, as from from two principles, the measures and weights used by the ancients may be deduced / An account of Cochinchina in two parts. The first treats of the temporal state of that Kingdom. The second, of the spiritual.
Edición: Henry Lintot and John Osborn; Londres; Reino Unido. 3a. ed.
Características: 743 p. en Inglés y Latín.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCJ7324/156787)
Código Pedido: 940  JES  1942
Autor: Jesse, F. Tennyson.
Título: The saga of San Demetrio.
Edición: His Majesty's Stationery Office; Londres; Reino Unido. 1a. ed.
Características: 64 p. en Inglés.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Budge en Fondo Restringido 1 ejemplar.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCJ6865/156330)
Código Pedido: 980  NUÑ  1906
Autor: Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, Alvar.
Título: Relación de los naufragios de Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca, Adelantado y Gobernador del Río de la Plata. Ilustrado con varios documentos inéditos.
Edición: Librería General de Victoriano Suárez; Madrid; España. 3a. ed.
Características: 2 v. en Español.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Budge en Fondo Restringido  volumenes.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCJ6109/155575)
Código Pedido: 918.3  SER  1891
Autor: Serrano M., Ramón.
Título: Derrotero del Estrecho de Magallanes. Desde el canal de Chacao hasta el cabo de Hornos. Redactado conforme a los documentos más modernos por Ramón Serrano M., Capitán de Fragata.
Edición: Imprenta Nacional, calle de la Moneda n§ 112; Santiago; Chile. 1a. ed.
Características: xviii, 596 p. en Español.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Budge en Fondo Restringido 2 ejemplares.

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Recurso: Monografía (UCJ6098/155564)
Código Pedido: 910.4  RAY  1870
Autor: Raynal, F. E.
Título: Les naufragués ou vingt mois sur un récif des îles Auckland. Récit authentique. Par E. F. Raynal. Illustré de 40 gravures sur bois dessinées par A. de Neuville et acompagné d'une carte.
Edición: Librairie de L. Hachette et Cie.-, Boulevard Saint Germain, N§ 77; París; Francia. 1a. ed.
Características: 374 p. en Francés.
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Recurso: Monografía (UCJ6033/155499)
Código Pedido: 910.4  ANS  1776
Autor: Anson, George.
Título: A voyage round the world, in the years MDCCXL, I, II, III, IV.
Edición: W. Bowyer and J. Nichols et al; Londres; Reino Unido. 5a. ed.
Características: xx, 417 p. en Inglés.
Disponible en: Biblioteca Budge en Fondo Restringido 1 ejemplar.



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