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The Ogowe Band: A Narrative of African Travel: Joseph H. Reading late Secretary and Treasurer of the Gaboon and Corisco Mission and Acting Commercial Agent for the U.S. of America

by Reading, Joseph H

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Philadelphia: Reading & Co., 1890. First edition. Hardcover. Very good in dark brown boards with fancy gilt work, lettering and the image of a Lion. Gilt lettering also on spine. Illustrated with maps and b/w photographs. 278 pp. The text is clean and pages are not torn or dirty., the binding is solid. We provide fast and reliable shipping service. Satisfaction guaranteed



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