Navy and South America,1807-1823 correspondence of the Commanders-in-Chiefon the South American Station

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Statementedited by Gerald S. Graham and R. A. Humphreys.
SeriesPublications of the Navy Records Society -- vol. 104
ContributionsGraham, Gerald S. 1903-1988., Humphreys, R. A. 1907-, Navy Records Society.
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Pagination394p.,ill.,24cm
Number of Pages394
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