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Howard Pyle: Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates  s:Index:Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates (1921).djvu
Author
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Editor
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Publisher
Harper & Brothers
Title
Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates
Publication date 1921
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Place of publication New York City and London

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