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The Brazil of to-day

a book of commercial, political and geographical information on Brazil; impressions of voyage, descriptive and picturesque data about the principal cities, prominent men and leading events of our days, with illustrations and statistics.
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Lanneau & Despret, printers , Nivelles
Br
ContributionsRaposo, Louis
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF2508 .D53
The Physical Object
Pagination628, [8] p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13520289M
LC Control Number08026464

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