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2. The gems of the East; sixteen thousand miles of research travel among wild and tame tribes of enchanting islands Page VII

Landor, Arnold Henry Savage
New York and London, Harper and brothers, 1904, pg. VII
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3. The gems of the East; sixteen thousand miles of research travel among wild and tame tribes of enchanting islands Page V

Landor, Arnold Henry Savage
New York and London, Harper and brothers, 1904, pg. V
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4. The gems of the East; sixteen thousand miles of research travel among wild and tame tribes of enchanting islands Page VI

Landor, Arnold Henry Savage
New York and London, Harper and brothers, 1904, pg. VI
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5. The gems of the East; sixteen thousand miles of research travel among wild and tame tribes of enchanting islands Page VIII

Landor, Arnold Henry Savage
New York and London, Harper and brothers, 1904, pg. VIII
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6. The gems of the East; sixteen thousand miles of research travel among wild and tame tribes of enchanting islands Page 21

Landor, Arnold Henry Savage
New York and London, Harper and brothers, 1904, pg. 21
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7. The gems of the East; sixteen thousand miles of research travel among wild and tame tribes of enchanting islands Page 19

Landor, Arnold Henry Savage
New York and London, Harper and brothers, 1904, pg. 19
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8. The gems of the East; sixteen thousand miles of research travel among wild and tame tribes of enchanting islands Page 18

Landor, Arnold Henry Savage
New York and London, Harper and brothers, 1904, pg. 18
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9. The gems of the East; sixteen thousand miles of research travel among wild and tame tribes of enchanting islands Page 20

Landor, Arnold Henry Savage
New York and London, Harper and brothers, 1904, pg. 20
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10. The gems of the East; sixteen thousand miles of research travel among wild and tame tribes of enchanting islands Page 38

Landor, Arnold Henry Savage
New York and London, Harper and brothers, 1904, pg. 38