TRANSACTINS OF THE THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL REUNION OF THE OREGON PIONEER ASSOCIATION FOR 1903 [DIARY OF MRS. CORNELIA A SHARP, CROSSING THE PLAINS FROM MISSOURI TO OREGON IN 1852 + REMINISCENES OF WASHINGTON SMITH GILLIAM

Oregon Pioneer Assoc

Verlag: Oregon Pioneer Assoc, Portland, OR, 1904
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Titel: TRANSACTINS OF THE THIRTY-FIRST ANNUAL ...

Verlag: Oregon Pioneer Assoc, Portland, OR

Erscheinungsdatum: 1904

Einband: Pamphlet

Zustand: Very Good

Auflage: 1st Edition

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pp. 123-220, Orig Grn Paperback, sm spine chip else VG, 1st ed (Diary of Cornelia Sharp is 24 pages long). Buchnummer des Verkäufers 002075

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