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The First Commander of Kent Island.

Streeter, Sebastian F.

Published by Maryland Historical Society September, 1868, Baltimore, 1868
Soft cover
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44p. 24cm. Original wrappers. Covers chipped; prior owner's neat signature on the front free endpper. In better than good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 16725

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Title: The First Commander of Kent Island.

Publisher: Maryland Historical Society September, 1868, Baltimore

Publication Date: 1868

Binding: Soft cover

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