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Claude Joseph Sauthier, A Plan of the Town of Newbern in Craven County, North Carolina, 1769

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Claude Joseph Sauthier
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1769
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A Plan of the Town of Newbern in Craven County, North Carolina
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43 x 53 cm.
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Claude Joseph Sauthier, A Plan of the Town of Newbern in Craven County, North Carolina, 1769, 43 x 53 cm., [Cartographic Items Maps K.Top.122.60.]. By permission of the British Library.

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