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Author: U. P. (Uriah Pierson) James
Title: James's river guide: containing descriptions of all the cities, towns, and principal objects of interest, on the navigable waters of the Mississippi Valley
Publisher: Cincinnati, U.P. James
Subject (keywords, tags): Mississippi River -- Description and travel; Ohio River -- Description and travel
Contributor: New York Public Library
Format: txt
Size: 114 kb

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