The short way with the Filipinos

by Lewis George Janes

Publisher: Henry W. Dutton in [Boston, MA

Written in English
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  • Imperialism.,
  • United States -- Colonial question.,
  • Philippines -- History.

Edition Notes

Other titlesBoston evening transcript (Boston, Mass. : 1872)
StatementLewis G. Janes.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 leaves ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14042065M

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