Naval documents of the American Revolution by United States. Naval History Division.

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Statementeditor, William Bell Clark ; with a foreword by President John F. Kennedy and an introd. by Ernest McNeill Eller.
ContributionsClark, William Bell, 1889-1968., Morgan, William James., Crawford, Michael J.
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LC ClassificationsE271 .U583
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Paginationv. <1-11>
Number of Pages11
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Open LibraryOL5931482M
LC Control Number64060087

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