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        StatementRandom House
        PublishersRandom House
        LC Classifications1946
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 90 p. :
        Number of Pages58
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        ISBN 10nodata

        While searching for his missing relatives during the French and Indian War, a young boy is captured by the Indians, but plans an escape which leads him to his father. File Size: 4MB.

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Zong 's logbook went missing after the ship reached Jamaica, two years before the hearings started. They alleged that Collingwood did this because he did not want his first voyage as a slave ship captain to be unprofitable.