2 edition of short history of the United States navy found in the catalog.
short history of the United States navy
Clark, George Ramsey
|Statement||by George R. Clark, William O. Stevens, Carroll S. Alden [and] Herman F. Krafft. Rev. and continued by Carroll S. Alden.|
|Contributions||Stevens, William Oliver, 1878- ,, Alden, Carroll Storrs, 1876- ,, Krafft, Herman Frederick, 1872- ,|
|LC Classifications||E182 .C586 1939|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||560|
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