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The Seafarers, A History Of Maritime America 1620-1820 by  Robert Carse - 1st Edition - 1964 - from Brass DolphinBooks and

The Seafarers, A History Of Maritime America 1620-1820

by Carse, Robert

Condition: Near Fine/Very Good-

NY: Harper & Row, 1964. Book. Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. Handsome old book, no notable flaws, deckle fore edge, unbumped. Haqrdcover, no stains, no marking. Jacket has considerable aged charm, tear/crease top back panel, in new mylar wrapper, price clipped. Stated FE. * We feel that books offered for internet sale should be described thoroughly and accurately. We assure the buyer that books listed by Brass Dolphin are so described, using the strict, traditional standards.*.


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