Mexico: its geography, its people, and its institutions with a map, containing the result of the latest explorations of Fremont, Wilkes, and others. by Thomas J. Farnham

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StatementBy Thomas J. Farnham ...
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LC ClassificationsF1209 .F24
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Pagination80 p.
Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL22977900M
LC Control Number02004749

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