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Travels in Central America, Particularly in Nicaragua: With a Description of Its Aboriginal ...

by Ephraim George Squier

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Published by D. Appleton & co. .
Written in English


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[E G Squier; John William Orr; James M Donough]. FIRST EDITION OF SQUIER’S TRAVELS IN CENTRAL AMERICA,WITH MAPS AND COLOR LITHOGRAPH PLATES (CENTRAL AMERICA) (NICARAGUA) SQUIER, E(praim) G(eorge).

Travels in Central America, Particularly in Nicaragua: With a Description of its Aboriginal Monuments, Scenery and People, Their Languages, Institutions, Religion, &c.

Squier, E. (Ephraim George), Travels in Central America, including accounts of some regions unexplored since the conquest; (New York: Leypoldt, Holt & Williams, ), also by Arthur Morelet and Mariano Florence Squier (page images at HathiTrust).

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