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Comme on dine partout / par Jacques Arago
Bib ID 6196820
Format BookBook
Author
Arago, J. (Jacques), 1790-1855
 
Description Paris : La Librairie curieuse de Bohaire, [1840?] 
202 p. ; 17 cm. 
Summary

... "Study of the eating habits of a number of different peoples of the world, including Aborigines of New South Wales, the Chinese, Papuans, Hawaiians and Brazilians ... Arago was the official artist on Louis de Freycinet's circumnavigation on the Uranie."

Notes

Library's SR copy has hand written "1842" in pen on title page.

Subjects Food habits - South America - Case studies.  |  Gastronomy.  |  Food habits - History.  |  Australian

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    Copy: SR hbk
    Petherick Reading Room (Australian Rare or Fragile)

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