Queen Emma the Samoan-American girl who founded an empire in 19th Century New Guinea

By: Robson, R.W

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Queen Emma the Samoan-American girl who founded an empire in 19th Century New Guinea by Robson, R.W
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Sydney: Pacific Publications, 1971. hardbound. Very Good in Good dustwrapper. 8vo. b&w plates. Dustwrapper Biography of Emma Eliza Coe, following her amazing life-story through love, commerce, politics, to 19th-Century New Guinea, where she established a planting and trading empire which she sold for a fortune just before World War I; b&w plate illustrations, maps, endpaper maps; this copy Very Good throughout; dustwrapper lightly edgeworn and rubbed, o.w. Good (mylar protected).

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