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Bericht ueber eine Reise nach Neu-Guinea unternommen in den Jahren 1872 und 1873 : Vortrag, gehalten am 25 November 1873 in der K.K. Geographischen Gesellschaft zu Wien / von Adolf Bernhard Meyer
Bib ID 2518249
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Meyer, A. B. (Adolf Bernhard), 1840-1911
 
Online Versions
Printer (Dresden : Wilhelm Baensch)
Description Wien : K.K. Geographische Gesellschaft, 1873 
31 p. ; 23 cm. 
Notes

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-508161848

Subjects Ethnology -- Papua New Guinea.  |  Papua New Guinea -- Description and travel.
Other authors/contributors Kaiserlich-Konigliche Geographische Gesellschaft (Austria)

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