CONQUISTA DE NUEVA TOLEDO (EL ALZADO DE CHARCAS).
La Paz, The Author, 1976. 550p., bibl., index, wrps Good Paperback "The title of discoverer of Chile is usually assigned to Diego de Almagro. De Almagro was Francisco Pizarro's partner, and he received command of the southern part of the Incan Empire (Nueva Toledo). He organized an expedition that brought him to central Chile in 1537, but he found little of value to compare with the gold and silver of the Inca. Left with the impression that the inhabitants of the area were poor, he returned to Peru, later to die in a Civil war." (Item ID: 18777)