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    • Title: Travels in South America : from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean ; illustrated by five hundred and twenty-five engravings on wood, drawn by E. Riou, and ten maps from drawings by the author.
      • Author: Marcoy, Paul.
      • Description: 2 v. : ill., maps ; 32 cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Special Collections
      • Imprint: London [etc.] : Blackie & son, 1875.
      • Date: 1875
      • Call Number: F3320 M33
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