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    • Title: The American in Egypt; with rambles through Arabia Petraea and the Holy Land, during the years 1839 and 1840
      • Author: Cooley, James Ewing, 1802-1882.
      • Description: 7, [ix]-xviii, 610 p. : front., illus., plates ; 22 cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Wilbour Library of Egyptology
      • Imprint: New York, D. Appleton & Co. ; Philadelphia, G. S. Appleton, 1843.
      • Date: 1843
      • Call Number: N370.41 C77
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