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Filed under: Africa, North -- Fiction Filed under: Sahara -- FictionFiled under: Algeria -- Fiction Filed under: Americans -- Algeria -- FictionFiled under: Slavery -- Algeria -- Algiers -- FictionFiled under: Women slaves -- Algeria -- Fiction
  • [Info] History of the Captivity and Sufferings of Mrs. Maria Martin: Who Was Six Years a Slave in Algiers, Two of Which She Was Confined in a Dark and Dismal Dungeon, Loaded With Irons for Refusing to Comply with the Brutal Request of a Turkish Officer (revised version of 1806 book (itself based on Velnet and Chetwood accounts); with a history and description of Algiers appended; Boston: Printed for W. Crary, 1807), by Maria Martin
Filed under: Africa, North -- History, Military -- FictionFiled under: British -- Africa, North -- Fiction

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Filed under: Catholic Church -- Algeria -- Hippo (Extinct city) -- Bishops -- BiographyFiled under: Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo Filed under: Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo -- Influence Filed under: Augustine, Saint, Bishop of Hippo -- Influence -- Congresses Filed under: Christian saints -- Algeria -- Hippo (Extinct city) -- BiographyFiled under: Tunisia -- Antiquities Filed under: Althiburos (Extinct city) Filed under: Architecture -- Tunisia -- Althiburos (Extinct city)Filed under: Excavations (Archaeology) -- Tunisia -- Althiburos (Extinct city)Filed under: Romans -- Tunisia -- Althiburos (Extinct city)Filed under: Temples, Roman -- Tunisia -- Althiburos (Extinct city)Filed under: Africa, North -- Description and travelFiled under: Africa, North -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Africa, North -- Politics and governmentFiled under: AlgeriaFiled under: LibyaFiled under: Censorship -- Africa, NorthFiled under: Human rights -- Africa, NorthFiled under: Internet -- Law and legislation -- Africa, NorthFiled under: Slavery -- Africa, NorthFiled under: United States -- Foreign relations -- Africa, North
  • [Info] Tripoli: First War with the United States, Inner History: Letter Book by James Leander Cathcart, First Consul to Tripoli, and Last Letters from Tunis (LaPorte, IN: Herald print, c1901), by James L. Cathcart, ed. by Jane Bancker Cathcart Newkirk

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