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Memphis, Tennessee, USA aerial skyline view with downtown and Mud Island at dusk
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Memphis, Tennessee, USA at Hernando de Soto Bridge at dusk
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Memphis, Tennessee, USA at Hernando de Soto Bridge
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Secret burial of Hernando de Soto in the Mississippi River at night 1542. Painted by Rafael Monleon y Torres in 1887. Madrid Navy Museum, Spain
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Steamboats on Mississipi - Memphis, Tennessee. The river is the border between Tennessee and Arkansas
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Memphis, Tennessee, USA at Hernando de Soto Bridge
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De Soto's Discovery Of The Mississippi Artist Unknown Engraving
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Memphis, Tennessee, USA aerial skyline view with downtown and Mud Island
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Secret burial of Hernando de Soto in the Mississippi River at night 1542. Painted by Rafael Monleon y Torres in 1887. Exploradores Visitors Centre, Trujillo
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Hernando de Soto Bridge - Memphis Tennessee at night
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Secret burial of Hernando de Soto in the Mississippi River at night 1542. Painted by Rafael Monleon y Torres in 1887. Madrid Navy Museum, Spain
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Discovery of the Mississippi by De Soto, from a Painting by William H. Powell
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Hot Springs, Arkansas: June, 1941 An engraving of the Spanish explorer, Hernando De Soto, who discovered the Mississippi River and Hot Springs back in 1541
Hernando de Soto, (1496-1542), 1920s
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Hernando de Soto portrait. 19th Century engraving. First European documented as having crossed the Mississippi River
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Bradenton, FL, Florida, South Florida Museum and Planetarium, Statue of Hernando De Soto
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Spanish soldiers lower the wrapped body of Hernando De Soto into the Mississippi River. A soldier holds a torch as a priest reads from the Bible
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Hernando de Soto (1492-1542)
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One of the men following Hernando de Soto (ca 1496-1542), who decided to stay with the Creek Indians. North America, 16th century
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The DeSoto Bridge Spans the Mississippi River In Memphis, Tennessee
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