2 edition of Through cities and prairie lands. found in the catalog.
Through cities and prairie lands.
Mary Anne Duffus, Lady Hardy
|LC Classifications||E168 .H246|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 338 p.|
|Number of Pages||338|
|LC Control Number||02004148|
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That this is an entertaining book, there is no doubt. We expect as much from the writer, and are not disappointed. Through cities and prairie lands; sketches of an American tour Hardy, Lady Duffus New York: Worthington Co., xii, p., later edition, top edge a little dust-soiled, paperstock very browned; the casebinding is decorated generically.
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Through Cities and Prairie Lands: Sketches of an American Tour. Title: Through Cities and Prairie Lands: Sketches of an American Tour: Author: Hardy, Duffus, Lady.
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