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Collection of folk-lore

Source Amazonian Tortoise Myths W. Scully (1875). Copy held by University of Michigan, googelified, and made available at amazoniantortoi00hartgoog
Author Charles Frederick Hartt
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current07:00, 30 April 2017Thumbnail for version as of 07:00, 30 April 20171,615 × 2,625, 54 pages (2.86 MB)Beeswaxcandle (talk | contribs)Replace with version with the missing pages added to end of file
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