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Encyclopedia of exploration, 1800 to 1850 : a comprehensive reference guide to the history and literature of exploration, travel and colonization between the years 1800 and 1850 / Raymond John Howgego
Bib ID 3122537
Format BookBook
Author
Howgego, Raymond John, 1946-
 
Description Potts Point, N.S.W. : Hordern House, 2004 
xi, 690 p.; 29 cm. 
ISBN 1875567399
1875567429
11875567437
1875567445
Notes

Includes bibliographies and indexes.

Subjects Discoveries in geography - Encyclopedias.  |  Explorers - Encyclopedias.  |  Voyages and travels - Encyclopedias.

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