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Jules Crevaux, during his exploration of French Guiana in 1878, carving his initials Featured Related Images Print

Jules Crevaux, during his exploration of French Guiana in 1878, carving his initials

KW1078093 Jules Crevaux, during his exploration of French Guiana in 1878, carving his initials on a tree on the banks of the Oyapock or Oiapoque River (engraving) by Spanish School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jules Crevaux, during his exploration of French Guiana in 1878, carving his initials on a tree on the banks of the Oyapock or Oiapoque River, South America in the 19th century. Jules Crevaux, 1847A?1882. French explorer. From AmA©rica Pintoresca, published 1884.); Ken Welsh; Spanish, out of copyright

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Embarkation of convicts for French Guiana, 1904. Artist: Unknown Featured Related Images Print

Embarkation of convicts for French Guiana, 1904. Artist: Unknown

Embarkation of convicts for French Guiana, 1904. France began transporting convicts to its colony of French Guiana in 1852. Amongst the more famous prisoners sent there were Alfred Dreyfus and Henri Charriere, who wrote Papillon, a famous account of his incarceration on, and escape attempts from, the notorious prison of Devil's Island. The transportation of convicts was ended in 1951. An illustration from Le Petit Journal, 3rd January 1904

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Terra Brasilis (Brazil). Miniature painting by Featured Related Images Print

Terra Brasilis (Brazil). Miniature painting by

Terra Brasilis (Brazil). Miniature painting by Antonio de Holanda. A coat of arms to north (French Guiana) and other to the south (current Argentina) are used to identify the domains of Spanish and Portuguese Crowns respectively. Renaissance art. Miniature Painting. SPAIN. Madrid. National Library. Date

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