The Volcano's Deadly Work From the Fall of Pompeii to the Destruction of St. Pierre ... a Vivid and Accurate Story of the Awful Calamity Which Visited the Islands of Martinique and St. Vincent, May 8, by Charles Morris
  

The Volcano's Deadly Work From the Fall of Pompeii to the Destruction of St. Pierre ... a Vivid and Accurate Story of the Awful Calamity Which Visited the Islands of Martinique and St. Vincent, May 8,

Written by Charles Morris
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The Volcano's Deadly Work From the Fall of Pompeii to the Destruction of St. Pierre ... a Vivid and Accurate Story of the Awful Calamity Which Visited the Islands of Martinique and St. Vincent, May 8, by Charles Morris

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Format

Hardback
520 pages

Author

Charles Morris
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Publisher

Andesite Press

Publication date

11th August 2015

ISBN

9781296684037


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