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The Brazil of To-Day; A Book of Commercial, Political and Geographical Information on Brazil; Impressions of Voyage, Descriptive and Picturesque Data about the Principal Cities, Prominent Men and Leading Events of Our Days, With Illustrations and Statistics

By Dias, Arthur

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Title: The Brazil of To-Day; A Book of Commercial, Political and Geographical Information on Brazil; Impressions of Voyage, Descriptive and Picturesque Data about the Principal Cities, Prominent Men and Leading Events of Our Days, With Illustrations and Statistics  
Author: Dias, Arthur
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Language: English
Subject: Brazil, South America, Brazilians
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1907
Publisher: Nivelles, Lanneau and Despret, Printers

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1913, D. A., & Louis, R. (1907). The Brazil of To-Day; A Book of Commercial, Political and Geographical Information on Brazil; Impressions of Voyage, Descriptive and Picturesque Data about the Principal Cities, Prominent Men and Leading Events of Our Days, With Illustrations and Statistics. Retrieved from http://www.worldlibrary.in/


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