report on Liberian seaports for the National Planning Agency, Republic of Liberia
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report on Liberian seaports for the National Planning Agency, Republic of Liberia by Nelson, James R.

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  • Liberia.


  • Harbors -- Liberia.

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Statementby James R. Nelson [and] Donald Shoup.
ContributionsShoup, Donald, joint author., Liberia. National Planning Agency.
LC ClassificationsHE559.L5 N44
The Physical Object
Paginationxxxi, 172 l.
Number of Pages172
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5321423M
LC Control Number72171916

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