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Sequel to Riley's Narrative; being a sketch of interesting incidents in the life, voyages, and travels of Capt. James Riley, from the period of his return to his native land, after his shipwreck, captivity, and sufferings among the Arabs of the desert, as related in his narrative, until his death. Preview this item
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Sequel to Riley's Narrative; being a sketch of interesting incidents in the life, voyages, and travels of Capt. James Riley, from the period of his return to his native land, after his shipwreck, captivity, and sufferings among the Arabs of the desert, as related in his narrative, until his death.

Author: James Riley; W Willshire Riley
Publisher: Detroit, Mich., Negro History Press [1970 or 71]
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Riley, James, 1777-1840.
Sequel to Riley's Narrative.
Detroit, Mich., Negro History Press [1970 or 71]
(OCoLC)910534495
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Riley; W Willshire Riley
ISBN: 0403003172 9780403003174
OCLC Number: 148570
Description: xii, 448 pages illustrations, folded map, portraits 22 cm
Responsibility: Compiled chiefly from the original journal and manuscripts left at his death in possession of his son, W. Willshire Riley, Columbus, G. Brewster, 1851.

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