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The ... Solomon Islands / by R. C. Laycock (35 years resident of the Solomons)
Bib ID 6535206
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Laycock, R. C., author
 
Edition Second edition. 
Printer Sydney : G. A. Jones (Sydney) Pty Lt. Print
Description Noumea. Nouvelle Calédonie : Librairie Ed. Pentecost. Editeurs, [1941?] 
32 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 22 cm 
Subjects Solomon Islands -- Description and travel.  |  Solomon Islands -- Social life and customs.  |  Solomon Islands -- Economic conditions.  |  Solomon Islands -- History.
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Pearls of the south seas : the Solomon Islands

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