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Jörundur hundadagakongur : ævintýri hans og æviraunir / Davies Rhys
Bib ID 6073611
Format BookBook
Author
Davies, Rhys, 1903-1978
 
Uniform Title Sea urchin. Icelandic
Description Reykjavík : Bókfellsútgáfan H.F., 1943 
279, [1] p. : ill., ports. ; 25 cm. 
Notes

"Hersteinn Pálsson íslenzkaðl."

Translation of Sea urchin : adventures of Jorgen Jorgensen.

"Heimildir": p. [280].

Subjects Jorgenson, Jorgen, - 1780-1841.  |  Adventure and adventurers - Biography.  |  Convicts - Tasmania - Biography.  |  Iceland - History - 19th century.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Hersteinn Pálsson, 1916- tr

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