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The narrative of a Japanese : what he has seen and the people he has met in the course of the last forty years / by Joseph Heco ; edited by James Murdoch
Bib ID 1593078
Format BookBook
Author
Heco, Joseph, 1837-1897
 
Description Yokohama : Yokohama Printing and Publishing Co., [ca. 1892] 
2 v. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Errata slip inserted.

Library's copy in William's collection has separate type-written index; newspaper cuttings tipped in.

Subjects Heco, Joseph, 1837-1897.  |  Translators -- Japan -- Biography.  |  Japanese Americans -- Biography.
Other authors/contributors Murdoch, James, 1856-1921

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