In which is told when the Armada sailed, and of the officers and persons who went in it.
The coming of the Governor to the Port of Xagua and with a pilot.
Our arrival in Florida.
Our entrance into the country.
The Governor leaves the ships.
Our arrival at Apalachen.
The character of the country.
We go from Aute.
We leave the Bay of Horses.
The assault from the Indians.
Of what befell Lope de Oviedo with the Indians.
The Indians bring us food.
We hear of other Christians.
The departure of four Christians.
What befell us among the people of Malhado.
The Christians leave the island of Malhado.
The coming of Indians with Andrés Dorantes, Castille, and Estevanico.
The story Figueroa recounted from Esquivel.
Our separation by the Indians.
Of our escape.
Our cure of some of the afflicted.
The coming of other sick to us the next day.
Of our departure after having eaten the dogs.
Customs of the Indians of that country.
Vigilance of the Indians in war.
Of the nations and tongues.
We moved away and were well received.
Of another strange custom.
The Indians plunder each other.
The fashion of receiving us changes.
Of our taking the way to the maize.
The Indians give us the hearts of deer.
We see traces of Christians.
Of sending for the Christians.
The chief alcalde receives us kindly the night we arrive.
Of building churches in that land.
Of what occurred when I wished to return.
Of what became of the others who went to Indias.