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Under södra hemisferens himmel, eller slafhandeln i den femte verldsdelen : romantiserad berättelse från lifvet i Oceanien / Svenskt original af Thure Malmgren
Bib ID 6302097
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Malmgren, Thure, author
 
Printer Uddevalla : Bohusläns Boktryckeri-Aktiebolag
Description Stockholm : Looström, 1879 
248 pages ; 21 cm 
Full contents
  • förra delen. På Nya Holland
  • andra delen. Bland Söderhafsöarne.
 
Notes

Frontispiece.

Text in Swedish.

Subjects Blackbirding -- Islands of the Pacific.  |  Blackbirding -- Queensland.  |  Contract labor -- Islands of the Pacific.  |  Contract labor -- Queensland.  |  Slave trade.  |  Australian
Also Titled

Half title: Slafhandeln i den femte verldsdelen

Slafhandeln i femte verldsdelen

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