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Relacion de las Islas Filipinas = The Philippines in 1600 / by Pedro Chirino ; translated by Ramon Echevarria
Bib ID 2128032
Format BookBook
Author
Chirino, Pedro, 1557-1635
 
Description Manila : Historical Conservation Society, 1969 
xxxii, 495 p. ; 24 cm. 
Series

[Publication] / Historical Conservation Society ; xv

Historical Conservation Society. [Publication] ; xv.

Publication(Historical Conservation Society) ; 15.

Historical Conservation Society (Series) ; 15.

Notes

Text in English and Spanish.

Subjects Jesuits - Missions.  |  Missions - Philippines.  |  Philippines - History - 1521-1812.
Other authors/contributors Historical Conservation Society
Also Titled

The Philippines in 1600.

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