Sequel to Riley's Narrative: Being a Sketch of Interesting Incidents in the Life, Voyages, and Travels of Capt. James Riley, from the Period of His Return to His Native Land, After His Shipwreck, Captivity, and Sufferings Among the Arabs of the Desert, as Related in His Narrative, Until His Death

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Negro History Press, 1851 - Africa, North - 448 pages
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James C. Riley is professor of history at Indiana University. His many books include The Eighteenth-Century Campaign to Avoid Disease, The Seven Years' War and the Old Regime in France: The Economic and Financial Toll, and Sickness, Recovery, and Death: A Forecast of Ill Health.

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