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Nanʾyō tanken jikki / Suzuki Keikun cho ; Mori Hisao kaisetsu
南洋探検実記 / 鈴木経勲著 ; 森久男解說
Bib ID 2865751
Format BookBook
Author
Suzuki, Keikun, 1854-1938
鈴木経勲, 1854-1938
 
Description Tōkyō : Heibonsha, 1980 
東京 : 平凡社, 1980 
ix, 286 p. : ill. ; 18 cm. 
Series

Tōyō bunko ; 391.

Notes

Originally published: Tōkyō: Hakubunkan, 1892.

Includes bibliographical references.

Originally published: 東京: 博文館, 1892.

Subjects Suzuki, Keikun, 1854-1938.  |  Islands of the Pacific -- Description and travel.
鈴木経勲, 1854-1938.
Other authors/contributors Mori, Hisao, 1949-
森久男, 1949-

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