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Confederation 1867

Howard, Richard

Confederation 1867

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Published by Clarke, Irwin; Cape .
Written in English


Edition Notes

One introductory sheet 8 reproductions of contemporary documents, 1 plastic replica of medallion, and 5 explanatory broadsheets in port-folio.

Statementwritten and compiled by Richard Howard.
SeriesCanadian series of Jackdaws, C1 one introductory sheet, 8 reproductions of contemporary documents. 1 plastic replica of medallion, and 5 explanatory broadsheets in portfolio, Canadian series of Jackdaws, C1
The Physical Object
Paginationill.,23x35cm
Number of Pages35
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19843153M

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