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Updated November 2018 by Dave Van Kleeck

 Baldwin Library -- LC Subject Headings 1820-1910 L-T

 

Life styles - Places

Literary Forms

Marriage - Housekeeping

Medical

Military

Nationalities

Nature - Flora and Fauna

Occupations

Relationships (Family)

Religions - Christian

Religions - Other

Sciences (Physical), etc.

Social conditions & issues

Special groups of people

Stages of growth

Times of year

Travel

Life styles - Places:
Archipelagoes
Arctic regions
City and town life
City and town life $$z Cincinnati (Ohio)
Country life
Deserts
Farm life
Farm life $$z Michigan
Frontier and pioneer life
Future life
Islands
Jewish way of life
Jungles
Life on other planets
Lighthouses
Mountain life
Mountains
Neighborhood
Outdoor life
Plantation life
Plantation life $$z Charleston (S.C.)
Plantation life $$z Virginia
Prairies
Seafaring life
Seashore
Seaside resorts
Street life
Survival skills

Villages
Whaling
Wilderness survival

Literary Forms:

American wit and humor
Arabs $$v Folklore
Arthurian romances $$x Adaptations.
Ballads, English
Caricatures and cartoons $$z Great Britain
Carols
Children's encyclopedias and dictionaries
Children's plays, English
Children's questions and answers
Children's sermons
Children's stories, English $$v Translations from German.
Children's stories, German $$v Translations into English.
Christian poetry, English
Diary fiction
Elocution
Encyclopedias and dictionaries
English drama (Comedy)
English language $$v Outlines, syllabi, etc.
English language $$x Alphabet
English language $$x Composition and exercises
English language $$x Grammar
English language $$x Phonetics
English language $$x Pronunciation
English language $$x Study and teaching (Elementary)
English language $$x Word formation
English wit and humor
Fables, German
Fables, Khoikhoi
Folklore
Folklore $$z England
Folklore $$z France
Folklore $$z France $$z Brittany
Folklore $$z Germany
Folklore $$z Norway
Folklore $$z Wales
Germany $$v Folklore
Great Britain $$v Folklore
Great Britain $$x Songs and music
Handbooks, vade-mecums, etc.
Horror tales
India $$x Folklore
Ireland $$v Folklore
Language arts (Primary)
Lectures and lecturing
Legends $$z Great Britain
Literary recreations
Love stories
Lullabies
Pantomime (Christmas entertainment)
Parables
Proverbs
Readers (Elementary)
Readers $$x Bible
Recitations
Religious poetry, American
Shakespeare, William, $$d 1564-1616 $$v Adaptations
Short stories
Short stories, American
Tales
Tales $$z Arab countries
Tales $$z France $$z Brittany
Wit and humor, Juvenile

Marriage - Housekeeping:

Betrothal
Boardinghouses
Boots $$x History
Bread
Clothing and dress
Costume
Costume $$z England
Courtship
Dairy products
Dinners and dining
Domestic education
Domestic fiction
Dwellings
Dwellings $$x Fires and fire prevention
Food
Footwear $$x History
Gardening
Gardens
Gastronomy
Grain
Hats $$x History
Headgear $$x History
Home
Home economics
House furnishings
Housekeeping
Interracial marriage
Lamps
Man-woman relationships $$v Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Man-woman relationships $$v Humor
Marriage $$v Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Marriage $$z India
Milk
Moving, Household
Poultry
Rice
Shoes
Shoes $$x History
Tenement houses
Weddings

Medical:

Accidents
Amputation
Arm $$x Amputation
Body, Human
Burns and scalds in children
Care of the sick
Children $$x Diseases
Children's accidents
Cholera
Diphtheria
Diseases
Drowning
Eye $$x Surgery
Farms $$x Accidents
Fever
Foot
Health
Hospitals
Human anatomy
Hygiene

Hypochondria
Lungs $$x Diseases, Obstructive
Measles
Medicine $$v Miscellanea
Memory disorders
Mine accidents
Pain
Patent medicines
Physiology
Plague $$z England $$z London $$y 1665
Poisoning
Rabies
Scarlatina {as in: scarlet fever}
Senses and sensation
Sick
Sick children
Sleepwalking
Smoking $$x Health aspects
Soldiers $$x Wounds and injuries
Sprains
Surgery
Teaching hospitals
Tobacco $$x Health aspects
Tuberculosis
Typhoid fever
Whooping cough
Wounds and injuries
Yellow fever

Military:

Armies $$x Officers
Battles
Civil war
Great Britain $$x History, Naval $$y Elizabeth, 1558-1603
Helmets $$x History
Indians $$x Warfare
Massacres
Military deserters
Militia
Monitor (Ironclad)
Naval battles
Naval history
Navies $$x Officers
Navigation
Revolutions
Sea-power
Sieges
Strategy
United States $$x History, Naval
United States. $$b Navy
War $$x Moral and ethical aspects
Warships

Nationalities:

Arabs
Arctic peoples
Australian aborigines
Blacks $$z Guyana
Blacks $$z West Indies $$x Religion
Chinese Americans $$x Cultural assimilation
Chinese Americans $$z California
Creoles
Danes
Dayak (Indonesian people)
Desert people
East Indians
Eskimos
French Americans
Germans $$x Ethnic identity
Germans $$z United States
Goths
Hmong (Asian people)
Huguenots $$z France
Huguenots $$z United States
Incas
Indians of Central America
Indians of North America
Indians of North America $$z Canada
Indians of North America $$z Massachusetts
Indians of North America $$z Ontario
Indians of North America $$z Virginia $$x Social life and customs
Indians of South America
Indians of South America $$z Andes Region
Indians, Indian tribes
Irish Americans
Italian Americans
Italians
Italians $$z United States
Jews
Jews $$z Palestine
Karen (Southeast Asian people)
Laotians
Maori (New Zealand people)
National characteristics
Nootka Indians
Ojibwa Indians
Pacific Islanders
Pacific Islanders $$z United States
Peasantry $$z Mexico
Primitive societies
Romanies {as in: gypsies}
Sami (European people)
San (African people)
Scottish Americans
Seminole Indians
Tatars
Vikings
Xhosa (African people)
Yoruba (African people)

Nature - Flora and Fauna:

Animal attacks
Animal behavior
Animal defenses
Animal intelligence
Animals
Animals $$v Anecdotes
Animals $$v Pictorial works
Animals $$x Caricatures and cartoons
Animals $$x Habitations
Animals $$x Miscellanea
Animals in the Bible
Ants
Ants $$x Behavior
Apples
Aquariums
Bears
Bee culture
Beehives
Bees
Big game animals
Biology
Birds {as a class and specific species}
Birds $$v Anecdotes
Birds $$v Pictorial works
Birds $$x Behavior
Birds $$x Eggs
Birds $$x Flight
Birds $$x Nests
Birds $$z North America
Birds in the Bible
Blue jay
Blueberries
Botanical illustration
Botany
Botany $$v Classification
Botany $$x Anatomy
Buffaloes
Bullfights
Butterflies
Butterflies $$x Collection and Preservation
Cage birds
Camels
Camouflage (Biology)
Canaries
Canidae {Family name for dogs, wolves, foxes, etc.}
Caterpillars
Cats
Cats $$x Legends
Chickens
Children and animals
Coastal animals $$z Great Britain
Cotton
Crickets
Crocodiles
Crows
Daisies
Dangerous animals
Deer
Dinosaurs
Dogs
Dogs $$x Anecdotes
Dogs $$x Folklore
Dogs $$x Legends
Dogs $$x Psychological aspects
Domestic animals
Donkeys
Eggs
Elephants
Falconry
Felidae {Family name for cats, lions, tigers etc.}
Fishes
Flies
Flowers
Flowers $$x Collection and preservation
Flowers in the Bible
Forest birds
Forest ecology
Forests and forestry
Fossils
Foxes
Frogs
Fruit $$v Pictorial works
Geese
Goats
Gorilla
Grasshoppers
Hibernation
Hops
Horses
Horses $$x Anecdotes
Horses $$x Legends
Horses $$x Psychological aspects
Hounds
Hunting dogs
Insects
Insects in the Bible
Invertebrates
Jackdaw
Kangaroos
Kittens
Lambs
Leaves $$v Pictorial works
Leaves $$x Collection and preservation
Leaves $$z United States $$v Pictorial works
Lions
Magpies
Mammals
Mares
Marine animals
Marine biology
Marine mammals
Marine plants
Medicinal plants
Menageries
Mice
Mistletoes
Monkeys
Moths
Natural history
Natural history $$v Miscellanea
Natural history $$z Africa, West
Natural history $$z Denmark
Natural history $$z Great Britain
Natural history $$z Norway
Natural history $$z Sweden
Nature
Nature (Aesthetics)
Nature in the Bible
Nature study
Nest building
Nightingale
Oak
Ocean
Owls
Panthers
Parrots
Pets

Pets $$x Death
Pets $$x Social aspects
Pigeons
Plant collecting $$v Pictorial works
Plants
Plants $$v Pictorial works
Plants $$z United States $$v Pictorial works
Plants in the Bible
Ponies
Prairie animals
Rabbits
Rats
Reptiles
Robins
Roosters
Roses
Seashore $$z England $$z Sussex
Seashore animals
Seashore ecology
Seashore plants
Sheep
Shells
Shetland pony
Shrimps
Silk
Sled dogs
Snails
Snakes
Spiders
Squirrels
Swans
Swine
Tigers
Tree planting
Trees
Trees in the Bible
Turtles
Vegetables
Vegetables $$v Pictorial works
Vegetation and climate
Vertebrates, Fossil
Wasps
Water
Water birds
Whales
Wild animals as pets
Wildflowers
Wolves
Woodchuck
Zoo animals
Zoology
Zoology $$x Dictionaries
Zoology $$z Egypt
Zoology $$z Middle East
Zoology $$z New York (State)

Occupations:

Agricultural laborers
Apprentices
Architects
Artisans
Artists
Artists $$z France
Astronomers
Auctioneers
Authors
Basket makers
Beggars
Bishops
Blacksmiths
Botanists
Brigands and robbers
Chimney sweeps
Circus performers
Clergy
Clerks
Coal miners
Domestics
Dressmaking
Drummers (Musicians)
Educators
Emperors
Engineers
Engravers
Farmers
Fiddlers
Fire fighters
Fishers
Fools and jesters
Foresters
Fur traders
Gardeners
Generals
Generals $$z United States
Gold miners $$z Australia
Goldsmiths
Governesses
Herders
Hotelkeepers
Hunters
Impostors and imposture
Inventors
Lady's maids
Lawyers
Lighthouse keepers
Locksmiths
Merchants
Millers
Millionaires
Miners
Minstrels
Musicians
Nail makers
Nannies {as in: nurserymaid or Nurse}
Naturalists
New York (N.Y.) $$x Occupations
Newspaper carriers
Newspaper vendors
Nuns
Nurses
Occupations
Occupations $$z Great Britain
Organ grinders
Painters
Paperboys
Pawnbrokers
Philosophers
Physicians
Pilots and pilotage
Pirates
Plant collectors
Poachers
Poets
Politicians
Potters
Priests
Princes
Princesses
Printers
Queens
Queens $$z Great Britain
Rabbis
Ragpickers
Ranchers
Sailors
Sailors $$v Personal narratives
Scientists
Sculptors
Shepherds
Ship captains
Shoe shiners
Shoemakers
Shrimpers (Persons)
Singers
Smugglers
Soldiers
Soldiers $$z United States
Spies
Statesmen
Street entertainers
Sunday school teachers
Teachers
Trappers
Tutors and tutoring
Violinists
Whalers (Persons)
Women cooks
Women domestics
Women dressmakers
Women hunters
Women shepherds
Women social workers $$z England
Women soldiers
Women tailors
Wreckers (Plunderers of ships)

Relationships (Family):

Adopted children
Aunts
Brothers
Brothers and sisters
Children of alcoholics
Children of clergy

Children of military personnel

Children of missionaries

Children of physicians
Cousins

Families of clergy
Families of military personnel
Family reunions
Fathers
Fathers and daughters
Fathers and sons
Foster children
Foster parents
Friends {use friendship instead}
Grandfathers
Grandmothers
Grandparents
Guardian and ward
Husband and wife
Husbands
Intergenerational relations
Marriage
Married women
Mothers
Mothers and daughters
Mothers and sons
Nieces
Parent and child
Physicians $$x Family relationships
Police $$x Family relationships
Sisters
Stepchildren
Stepfamilies
Stepfathers
Stepmothers
Stepsisters
Twins
Uncles
Widowers
Wives

Religions - Christian:

Anger $$x Religious aspects
Anti-Catholicism
Ash Wednesday
Beatitudes
Belief and doubt
Bible
Bible $$v Examinations, questions, etc.
Bible $$v Miscellanea
Bible $$v Outlines, syllabi, etc.
Bible $$v Pictorial works
Bible $$v Picture Bibles
Bible $$v Quotations
Bible $$x Devotional use
Bible $$x History
Bible $$x Illustrations
Bible $$x Introductions
Bible $$x Memorizing
Bible $$x Parables
Bible $$x Study and teaching
Bible $$x Textbooks
Bible $$x Translating
Bible $$x Use
Bible and science
Bible stories, English
Bible stories, English $$x N.T.
Bible stories, English $$x O.T.
Bible. $$p N.T.
Bible. $$p N.T. $$p Gospels $$x Study and teaching
Bible. $$p N.T. $$x Biography
Bible. $$p O.T.
Bible. $$p O.T. $$p Joshua
Bible. $$p O.T. $$v Commentaries
Bible. $$p O.T. $$x Biography
Bible. $$p O.T. $$x Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Blacks $$z England $$x Religious life
Botany $$x Religious aspects
British and Foreign Bible Society
Catholic Church $$v Prayer-books and devotions $$x English
Catholic Church $$x Controversial literature
Catholic Church $$x Doctrines
Catholic Church $$x History
Catholic Church $$x Missions
Children $$x Conversion to Christianity
Children $$x Prayer-books and devotions
Children $$x Religious life
Children and death $$x Religious aspects
Children in the Bible
Christian art and symbolism
Christian converts from Judaism
Christian education
Christian education $$v Textbooks for children
Christian education $$x History
Christian education of boys
Christian life
Christian literature for children.
Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages
Christianity
Christianity $$x Philosophy
Christianity $$z Europe
Christianity and other religions
Church $$x History of doctrines
Church history
Church of England
Church of England $$x Catechisms
Church of England $$x Clergy
Church of England $$x Creeds
Church work
Church year
Class meetings, Methodist
Clergy $$x Family relationships
Clergy $$z Great Britain
Confession
Confirmation
Confirmation $$x Church of England
Conscience
Convents $$z Ireland $$z Cork
Conversion
Conversion $$x Christianity
Creation
Creation $$x Biblical teaching
Dance $$x Moral and ethical aspects
Dance $$x Religious aspects
Death $$x Religious aspects
Devotional calendars
England $$x Church history $$y 16th century
Faith
Fasts and feasts
Fear of God
First communion
Friendship $$x Religious aspects
Girls $$x Religious life
Glory of God
God $$x Attributes
God $$x Fatherhood
God $$x Omnipresence
God $$x Proof, Moral
Golden rule
Grace (Theology)
Great Britain $$x Church history $$y 1066-1485
Heaven
Hell
Holy Name, Devotion to
Home missions
Hymns
Hymns, English
Inquisition
Jesus Christ $$x Miracles
Jesus Christ $$x Parables $$v Pictorial works
Jewish Christians
Jews $$x Conversion to Christianity
Justice $$x Religious aspects
Kings and rulers $$x Biblical teaching
Lent
Light and darkness in the Bible
Lord's prayer
Love $$x Religious aspects
Love $$x Religious aspects $$x Christianity
Messiah $$x Prophecies
Methodist Episcopal Church $$x Centennial celebrations, etc.
Miracles
Missionaries
Missionaries $$z Sierra Leone
Missionary stories
Missions
Missions $$x Miscellanea
Missions $$z Africa
Missions $$z Africa, West
Missions $$z Burma
Missions $$z China
Missions $$z Europe
Missions $$z French Polynesia $$z Marquesas Islands
Missions $$z Hawaii
Missions $$z Madagascar
Missions $$z Mexico
Missions $$z Micronesia
Missions $$z Oceania
Missions $$z South Africa
Missions to Jews
Morning Star (Missionary vessel : 1856-1866)
Moses $$c (Biblical leader)
Neighborliness $$x Religious aspects
New Jerusalem Church $$x Doctrines
Noah's ark
Oceania $$x Church history
Parishes
Pentecost Festival
Prayer
Preaching
Presbyterian Church $$x Doctrines
Proselytizing
Protestantism $$x History
Psychology, Religious
Race relations $$x Religious aspects
Rainbow $$x Religious aspects
Redemption
Reformation
Reformation $$z Germany
Regeneration (Theology)
Relics
Religion $$x Philosophy
Religions
Religious education
Religious life
Religious poetry, English
Resurrection
Revivals
Sabbath
Sabbath schools {Religious classes on Saturday}
Sacraments
Salvation
Sermon on the mount
Sin
Sins
Slaves $$x Religious life
Society of Friends $$x Clergy
Society of Friends $$x Doctrines
Soul
Sponsors
Sports $$x Religious aspects
Sunday school literature $$v Specimens
Sunday schools {Religious classes on Sunday}
Sunday schools $$x Hymns
Ten Commandments
Trust in God
Universalism
Violence in the Bible
Vocation (in religious orders, congregations, etc.)
Voyages and travels $$x Religious aspects
Winter $$x Religious aspects
Witness bearing (Christianity)
Women in church work
Women in the Bible
Young men $$x Religious life
Young women $$v Prayer-books and devotions $$x English

Religions - Other:

Amulets
Brahmans
China $$x Church History
Christianity $$z China $$x History
Druids and Druidism
Fetishes (Ceremonial objects) $$z Sierra Leone
Hinduism
Hinduism and culture
Hindus $$x Disciples
Judaism $$x Study and teaching
Paganism
Spiritualism

Sciences (Physical), etc.:

Aerodynamics
Air
Astronomy
Astronomy $$v Miscellanea
Astronomy $$v Outlines, syllabi, etc.
Blizzards
Caves
Chemistry
Clouds
Coal
Combustion
Constellations
Coral reefs and islands
Cosmology
Crystals
Curiosities and wonders
Curiosities and wonders $$v Miscellanea
Dams
Earth sciences
Economics
Errors, Popular
Evolution
Fire
Fire extinction
Fires
Floods
Gems
Geography
Geology
Gold
Hydraulics
Hydrology
Magnets
Mechanics
Metals
Meteorology
Microscopes
Microscopy
Mineralogy
Minerals
Minerals in the Bible
Moon
Naval art and sciences
Paleontology
Pebbles
Physical sciences
Physical sciences $$v Miscellanea
Physics
Planets
Precious stones
Rain and rainfall
Rocks
Science {prefer specific but use if Fairy-land of science}
Science $$x Examinations, questions, etc.
Science $$x Experiments
Science $$x Popular works
Science $$x Study and teaching
Scientific expeditions
Snow
Snowflakes
Stone
Storms
Telescopes
Thunderstorms
Volcanoes
Weather forecasting
Winds

 

Social conditions & issues:

Abandoned children
Abduction
Abolitionists
Abusive men
Adoption
Adultery

Alcohol $$x Physiological effect
Alcoholic beverages
Alcoholism
Almshouses
Anti-feminism
Antislavery movements $$z United States
Anti-war poetry
Asylums
Bars (Drinking establishments)
Bazaars (Charities)
Begging
Blind
Blind $$x Education
Blindness
Boarding schools
Cannibalism
Child abuse
Child care
Child development
Child labor
Child psychology
Child rearing
Children $$x Death {as in: child dies}
Children and death {as in: child's reaction to death}
Church work with the poor
Conflict management
Consolation
Conspiracies
Culture shock

Desertion and non-support
Discipline of children
Discrimination
Drinking of alcoholic beverages $$x History
Emigration and immigration
England $$x Social conditions $$y 19th century
Executions and executioners
Famines
Fatherless families
Fighting (Psychology)
Firearms accidents
Foundlings
Freedom
Grief
House of Refuge (Baltimore, Md.)
Human-animal relationships
Hunger
Imaginary companions
Immortality
Imprisonment
Indentured servants
Indian captivities
Infanticide
Infants $$x Death
Insanity
Learning
Massachusetts. $$b State Reform School (Westborough, Mass.)
Motherless families
Murder

Narcotics $$x Physiological effect
New York (N.Y.) $$x Charities
New York (N.Y.) $$x Poverty
Only child
Orphanages
Orphans' Home of the Protestant Episcopal Church in New-York
Peace
Peddlers and peddling
Peer pressure
Persecution
Persecution $$x History
Poaching
Poverty
Prisons
Prisons $$z England $$x History
Punishment
Race discrimination
Race relations
Racially mixed children
Ragged schools
Reformatories
Remarriage
Riots $$z England
Runaway children
Runaway husbands
Runaway teenagers
Schools
Schools $$z England
Sheltering Arms Children's Service (New York, N.Y.)
Slave insurrections $$z Caribbean area
Slave trade
Slavery
Slavery $$z Missouri $$x Controversial literature
Slavery $$z West Indies
Slavery and the church
Slaves $$z United States $$x Social conditions
Smoking
Smoking in art

Snobs and snobbishness
Social classes
Social status
Starvation
Suicide
Teacher-student relationships
Theft
Thieves
Tobacco chewing
Tobacco habit
Tobacco habit $$x Psychological aspects
Unemployment
United States $$x Social conditions

Unmarried mothers
Wife abuse
Women's rights
Youth $$x Death
Youth and Death

Special groups of people:

Acrobats
Adventure and adventurers
African Americans
Aged
Alcoholics
Angels
Apostles $$v Biography
Archers
Aristocracy (Social class)

Blind children {formerly Children, Blind}
Boarding school students
Castaways
Child artists
Children $$z Great Britain
Children with disabilities {formerly Handicapped children}
Children with mental disabilities
Children, Black
Christian martyrs
Christian martyrs $$z England
Clowns
College students
Colonists
Courts and courtiers
Covenanters
Dog owners
Eccentrics and eccentricities
Exceptional children
Exiles
Explorers
France $$x Kings and rulers
France $$x Queens
Fugitive slaves
Genius

Gentry
Gifted persons
Heroes
Heroes $$z England
Hindu women $$z India

Home children (Canadian immigrants)
Immigrants
Immigrants $$z United States
Jesuits
Kidnapping victims
Kings and rulers
Knights and knighthood
Magi
Martyrs
Martyrs $$z Great Britain
Methodists
Misers
Missing children
Orphans
Outlaws
Patients
Patriarchs (Bible)
People with disabilities
Philanthropists
Physically handicapped children
Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony)
Pilgrims and pilgrimages
Pilgrims and pilgrimages $$z Jerusalem
Pioneer children
Pioneers
Poor
Prisoners
Prisoners $$z England
Prisoners of war
Prophets
Protestants $$z France
Protestants $$z Ireland
Quacks and quackery
Recluses
Reformers
Rich people
Royalists
Rugby School $$x Students
Runaway children
Saints
Scholars
School children
Scotland $$x Queens
Seven wise men of Greece
Siberia (Russia) $$x Exiles
Sick children
Slaves
Stowaways
Street youth
Students
Travelers
Travelers $$z West (U.S.)
Unionists (United States Civil War)
Ursulines
Victims of crimes
Widows
Women heroes
Women travelers
Working class

Stages of growth:

Boys
Children
Girls
Infants
Men
Toddlers
Women
Young men
Young women
Youth

Times of year:

Almanacs, Children's
Autumn
Birthdays
Christmas
Christmas $$x History
Christmas $$x Legends
Christmas trees
Days
Easter
Fourth of July
Holidays
May (Month)
May Day
Months
New Year
Seasons
Seasons $$v Pictorial works
Seasons $$z Great Britain
Spring
Summer
Sunday
Thanksgiving Day
Time
Winter
Zodiac

Travel:

Balloon ascensions
Ballooning
Boats and boating
Canal-boats
Canals

Canoes and canoeing
Caravans
Carriages and carts
Escapes
Ferries
Historic sites
Hotels
Imaginary places
Interplanetary voyages
Junks
Lifeboats
Lifesaving
Locomotives $$x History
Lodging-houses
Merchant ships
Mutiny
Ocean travel
Paddle steamers
Rafts
Railroad travel
Rescues
River boats
Sailboats
Sailing
Schooners
Seven Wonders of the World
Seven Wonders of the World $$v Miscellanea
Ships
Shipwrecks
Steamboats
Survival after airplane accidents, shipwrecks, etc.
Taverns (Inns)
Travel
Vacations
Voyages and travels
Voyages around the world
Voyages to the Pacific coast
Voyages, Imaginary

 

 

 

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