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Colonisation of Costa Rica, for the development of its rich mines of gold, silver, lead, copper, iron and coal, and for opening a new route between the Atlantic and Pacific ... With a map of the territory and route
Bib ID 436758
Format BookBook
Author
Buckingham, James Silk, 1786-1855
 
Description London, E. Wilson [etc., 1852] 
vi, 34 p. fold. map. 21 cm. 
Notes

Preface signed J. S. Buckingham. Issued in the interests of "The Atlantic and Pacific junction and Costa Rica colonisation company."

Subjects Costa Rica Colonisation Company.  |  Atlantic and Pacific Junction Company, London.  |  Costa Rica.

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