Bahamian Interlude: Being an Account of Life at Nassau in the Bahama Islands in the Eighteenth Century, Reprinted from the Memoirs of Peter Henry Bruce, Esp., Published in London, 1782
J. Culmer, 1949 - Bahamas - 62 pages
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