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  • [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
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