4 edition of Exploring the wild Welsh coast 100 years ago found in the catalog.
Exploring the wild Welsh coast 100 years ago
Facsim of an article by Wirt Sikes, originally published in Harper"s new monthly magazine, New York, 1883.
|Other titles||Harper"s new monthly magazine.|
|Statement||selected and edited by Stuart D. Ludlum.|
|Series||Exploring Britain 100 years ago|
|Contributions||Ludlum, Stuart D., Sikes, Wirt.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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