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Author: U. P. (Uriah Pierson) James
Title: James' river guide : containing descriptions of all the cities, towns, and principal objects of interest on the navigable waters of the Mississippi Valley ... with full tables of distances, and many interesting historical sketches of the country
Publisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : U.P. James
Subject (keywords, tags): Mississippi River -- Description and travel; Ohio River -- Description and travel
Contributor: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Format: txt
Size: 114 kb

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