Complete bibliography of books and pamphlets published by the Hakluyt Society


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Bibliography Explanation 1st Series I 1st Series II 2nd Series I 2nd Series II 3rd Series Extra Series

Publications of the Hakluyt Society
1847 - 2011


First published (to the year 1995) in Compassing the Vaste Globe of the Earth: Studies in the History of the Hakluyt Society, edited by R. C. Bridges and P. E. H. Hair, Hakluyt Society, 1996. Updated to the present by R. C. Bridges & R. J. Howgego

© Hakluyt Society 1996


To keep the down-load time of this bibliography within reasonable limits, the different Series are located on separate pages. The divisions into Part I and Part II have been introduced solely to reduce file size and have no bibliographical significance.


An introduction to the Hakluyt Society's publications, an outline of previous lists and the bibliographical conventions applied in compiling the current list are given here.
This section contains the first part of the First Series publications, Nos. 1 - 50 (1847 - 1873).
This section contains the second part of the First Series publications, Nos. 51 - 100 (1874 - 1899).
This section contains the first part of the Second Series publications, Nos. 1 - 90 (1899 - 1944).
This section contains the second part of the Second Series publications, Nos. 91 - 190 (1945 - 2000).
This section contains the Third Series publications, Nos. 1 - 22 (1999 - present).
This section lists all volumes in the Extra Series, as well as Occasional Booklets and Talks in Annual Reports.

Bibliography Explanation 1st Series I 1st Series II 2nd Series I 2nd Series II 3rd Series Extra Series