The British emigrants hand book, and guide to the new states of America

particularly Illinois, Iowa, and Wisconsin : comprising a general description of the agricultural and commercial facilities, mineral productions, relative advantages that different portions present for settlement, sketches of towns, neighbourhoods, etc., with practical advice to the emigrant, concerning the different routes, time of sailing, &c by J. B. Newhall

Publisher: Printed and pub. for the Author by T. Stutter in London

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Includes index: verso p. 99.

Statementby J. B. Newhall
LC ClassificationsF353 .N54
The Physical Object
Pagination99, [1] p. ;
Number of Pages99
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Open LibraryOL26462051M
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