Diary of Charles Francis Adams

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Cover: Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 8: June 1836 – February 1840Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 8: June 1836 – February 1840Adams, Charles Francis
Friedlaender, Marc
Ryerson, Richard Alan
Taylor, Robert J.
Walker, Celeste
HARDCOVER01/01/1986$193.00
Cover: Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 6: January 1833 – June 1836Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 6: January 1833 – June 1836Adams, Charles Francis
Butterfield, L. H.
Friedlaender, Marc
HARDCOVER01/01/1974$193.00
Cover: Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 1: January 1820 – June 1825Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 1: January 1820 – June 1825Adams, Charles Francis
Butterfield, L. H.
Friedlaender, Marc
HARDCOVER01/01/1968$109.00
Cover: Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 2: July 1825 – September 1829Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 2: July 1825 – September 1829Adams, Charles Francis
Butterfield, L. H.
Friedlaender, Marc
HARDCOVER01/01/1968$109.00
Cover: Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 4: September 1829 – December 1832Diary of Charles Francis Adams, Volume 4: September 1829 – December 1832Adams, Charles Francis
Friedlaender, Marc
Butterfield, L. H.
HARDCOVER01/01/1968$193.00
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