books

Books about Pelsaert:

booksOngeluckige Voyagie, Van't Schip Batavia, Nae Oost-Indien, Uyt-Gevaren Onder De E. F. Pelsaert (Dutch Edition)... by Francisco Pelsaert (Aug 31, 2012)

booksJahangir's India: The Remonstranite of Francisco Pelsaert by W. H. Moreland and P. Geyl (Jun 2011)

booksJahangir's India: the Remonstrantie of Francisco Pelsaert by W.H. & Geyl, P. Moreland (1972)

booksOngeluckige Voyagie, Van't Schip Batavia, Nae Oost-Indien, Uyt-Gevaren Onder de E. F. Pelsaert - Primary Source... by Francisco Pelsaert (Feb 22, 2014)

booksOngeluckige Voyagie, Van't Schip Batavia, Nae Oost-Indien, Uyt-Gevaren Onder De E. F. Pelsaert (Dutch Edition)... by Francisco Pelsaert (Mar 15, 2010)

booksOngeluckige Voyagie, Vant Schip Batavia, Nae Oost-Indien (1648) (Chinese Edition) by Pelsaert, Francois published... (Sep 10, 2010)

booksVoyage to Disaster. The Life of Francisco Pelsaert covering his Indian Report to the Dutch India Company and the... by Henrietta DRAKE-BROCKMAN (1963)

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Wiki information Pelsaert:

Francisco Pelsaert
Sailor, Person, Person Or Being In Fiction, Deceased Person

Francisco Pelsaert was a Dutch merchant who worked for the Dutch East Indies Company, who became most famous as the commander of the ship Batavia, which ran aground in the Houtman Abrolhos off the coast of Western Australia in June 1629.

Pelsaert Group
Location

The Pelsaert Group is the southernmost of the three groups of islands that make up the Houtman Abrolhos island chain. Nominally located at 28°54′S 113°54′E / 28.900°S 113.900°E, it consists of a number of islands, the largest of which are Gun...