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  • Coasts -- Atlantic States
  • East Coast (U.S.)
  • Eastern Seaboard (U.S.)
  • East Coast of the United States
Filed under: Atlantic Coast (U.S.) Filed under: Atlantic Coast (U.S.) -- Description and travelFiled under: Atlantic Coast (U.S.) -- History, NavalFiled under: Pilot guides -- Atlantic Coast (U.S.) Filed under: Pirates -- Atlantic Coast (U.S.) -- BiographyFiled under: Pirates -- Atlantic Coast (U.S.) -- History Filed under: Privateering -- Atlantic Coast (U.S.) -- History

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Filed under: Atlantic States -- Description and travel Filed under: Middle Atlantic States -- Church historyFiled under: Atlantic States -- Social life and customs Filed under: Delaware language Filed under: Delaware language -- TextsFiled under: Clergy -- Middle Atlantic States Filed under: Fisheries -- Atlantic Coast (Middle Atlantic States)Filed under: Shellfish fisheries -- Atlantic Coast (Middle Atlantic States) Filed under: Delaware Indians Filed under: Delaware Indians -- FictionFiled under: Delaware Indians -- Folklore
  • [Info] Quatre Lettres sur le Mexique: Exposition Absolue du Système Hiéroglyphique Mexicain; La Fin de Pȧge de Pierre; Époque Glaciaire Temporaire; Commencement De Pȧge de Bronze; Origines de la Civilisation Et des Religions de L'antiquité; (Collection de Documents Dans les Langues Indigenes v4, in French, with an English appendix by Rafinesque on the Lenape; Paris: F. Brachet; Mexico: Juan Buxo y Cia., 1868), by abbé Brasseur de Bourbourg, contrib. by C. S. Rafinesque
Filed under: Delaware Indians -- History
  • [Info] Upper Mississippi: or, Historical Sketches of the Moundbuilders, the Indian Tribes, and the Progress of Civilization in the North-West, From A. D. 1600 to the Present Time (Chicago: Clarke and Co.; New York: Oakley and Mason, 1867), by George Gale
Filed under: Delaware Indians -- Missions Filed under: Munsee Indians -- Rites and ceremoniesFiled under: Moravian Indians Filed under: Moravian Indians -- MissionsFiled under: Marriage records -- Middle Atlantic States Filed under: Methodist Episcopal Church -- Middle Atlantic States -- Periodicals Filed under: Conservation of natural resources -- Chesapeake Bay WatershedFiled under: Sustainable development -- Chesapeake Bay Watershed Filed under: Coastal zone management -- South Atlantic States Filed under: Shore protection -- Atlantic Coast (South Atlantic States)Filed under: Hurricane protection -- South Atlantic States Filed under: Coasts -- United States Filed under: Mexico, Gulf of -- Description and travelFiled under: Mexico, Gulf of -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Oil spills -- Mexico, Gulf ofFiled under: Coastal ecology -- United States

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