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Da Ming Zhangzhou fu zhi [microform] : [34 juan / Zhou Ying deng xiu]
大明漳州府志 [microform] : [34卷 / 周瑛等修]
Bib ID 7247008
Format MicroformMicroform, BookBook [text]
Description [China] : [publisher not identified], [Zhengde 8 i.e. 1513] 
[China] : [publisher not identified], [正德8 i.e. 1513] 
26 volumes (on double leaves) : maps 
Notes

Zhangzhou zhi fu Chen Hongmo kan.

漳州知府陳洪謨刊.

Reproduction Microfilm. Taibei : Guo li zhong yang tu shu guan, 1978. 1 reel ; 35 mm. 
顯微影片本. 台北 : 國立中央圖書館, 1978. 1 reel ; 35 mm. 
Subjects Zhangzhou (China) -- History -- Sources.
漳州市 (Fujian Sheng, China) -- History -- Sources.
Other authors/contributors Zhou, Ying, 1430-1518
周瑛, 1430-1518

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