6 edition of Immigration: its evils and consequences found in the catalog.
Immigration: its evils and consequences
Samuel C. Busey
by Arno Press in New York
Reprint of the 1856 ed.
|Statement||[by] Samuel S. [i.e. C.] Busey.|
|Series||The American immigration collection|
|LC Classifications||JV6451 .B9 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||69018762|
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