2 edition of Views of old Natchez, early 1800"s. found in the catalog.
Views of old Natchez, early 1800"s.
|Statement||Views sketched by Charles A. Lesueur.|
|Contributions||Lesueur, Charles Alexandre, 1778-1846, illus.|
|LC Classifications||F349.N2 R38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
|LC Control Number||75263872|
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Get this from a library. Views of old Natchez, early 's. [James Register; Charles Alexandre Lesueur] -- This is signed by James Register on fly-leaf who wrote the text and assembled views.
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