Report on Pacific coastwise transportation.
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Published in [Washington .
Written in English



  • Pacific States.


  • Coastwise navigation -- Pacific States.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesPacific coastwise transportation.
Statement[By] Subcommittee on Water Transport.
LC ClassificationsHE751 .A845
The Physical Object
Paginationa-f, xiii, 118 l.
Number of Pages118
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6034819M
LC Control Number48014148

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