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Travels amongst American Indians, their Ancient Earthworks and Temples Including a journey in Guatemala, Mexico and Yucatan, and a visit to the ruins of Patinamit, Utatlan, Palenque and Uxmal by Lindesay Brine

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Written in English


  • Travel,America,Indians,Ancient,Earthworks,Temples,anquities,Guatemala,Mexico,Yucatan,ruins,Patinamit,Utatlan,Palenque,Uxmal,Lindesay,Brine,
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The Physical Object
Number of Pages509
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Open LibraryOL11634720M
ISBN 101402152779
ISBN 109781402152771

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