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Great Disasters and Horrors in the World's History

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Great Disasters and Horrors in the World's History
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Publisher: Royal Publishing Co.
ISBN/ASIN: B01CC31FHE
Number of pages: 616

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The writer has endeavored to present in a form acceptable to the popular palate the general principles of the storm and earthquake so far as they are understood: and numerous narratives of great disturbances have been inserted that a clearer conception of the magnitude of these agencies and their relative importance may be attained by the reader.

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