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APA Citation

Jouhanneaud, Paul.  (1856).  Album des voyages anciens et moderne.  Limoges :  Martial Ardant fréres

MLA Citation

Jouhanneaud, Paul.  Album des voyages anciens et moderne / par M. l'abbé Paul Jouhanneaud  Martial Ardant fréres Limoges  1856

Australian/Harvard Citation

Jouhanneaud, Paul.  1856,  Album des voyages anciens et moderne / par M. l'abbé Paul Jouhanneaud  Martial Ardant fréres Limoges

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  | title=Album des voyages anciens et moderne / par M. l'abbé Paul Jouhanneaud
  | author1=Jouhanneaud, Paul
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  | publisher=Martial Ardant fréres
  | language=French
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