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Amédée-François Frézier (1682 – October 26, 1773) was a French military engineer, mathematician, spy, and explorer who is best remembered for bringing back five specimens of Fragaria chiloensis, the beach strawberry, from an assignment in South America, thus introducing this New World fruit to the Old.

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Uniform title: Relation du voyage de la mer du Sud aux cotes du Chili, du Perou, et du Bresil, fait pendant les annees 1712, 1713 & 1714. English
by Frezier, Amedee Francois, 1682-1773
London : Printed for Jonah Bowyer ..., 1717
 
 
Uniform title: Relation du voyage de la mer du Sud aux cotes du Chili, du Perou, et du Bresil, fait pendant les annees 1712, 1713 & 1714. English
by Frezier, Amedee Francois, 1682-1773
London : Printed for Jonah Bower ..., 1717
 
 
Uniform title: Relation du voyage de la mer du Sud aux côtes du Chili, du Pérou, et du Brésil, fait pendant les années 1712, 1713 & 1714. English
by Frézier, Amédée François, 1682-1773
London : Printed for Jonah Bowyer ..., 1717
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