2 edition of cruise of the "Portsmouth," 1845-1847 found in the catalog.
cruise of the "Portsmouth," 1845-1847
Joseph T. Downey
by Yale U.P
Written in English
This ed. originally published, YaleU.P., 1958.
|Statement||edited by Howard Lamar.|
|Series||Yale University library. Western historical series;no.4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||246|
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