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Tulio Febres Cordero: Q65126757  wikidata:Q65126757 s:es:Index:Apoteosis de Colón (Febres Cordero).djvu 
creator QS:P170,Q6153746
Imp. centenario
Español: Apoteosis de Colón : escritos relativos a la celebración del cuarto centenario del descubrimiento del Nuevo Mundo, ilustrados con varias noticias históricas
Object type version, edition, or translation
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Language Spanish
Publication date 1890
Place of publication Mérida
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Internet Archive source: Google Books
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