Catalog Record: The wonderful narrative of Miss Julia Dean : the only survivor of the steamship "City of Boston" lost at sea in 1870 : Miss Dean was shipwrecked, cast upon an uninhabited island where she remained for over nine years! : a veritable female "Robinson Crusoe" | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The wonderful narrative of Miss Julia Dean : the only survivor of the steamship "City of Boston" lost at sea in 1870 : Miss Dean was shipwrecked, cast upon an uninhabited island where she remained for over nine years! : a veritable female "Robinson Crusoe" / written by Miss Dean.

Main Author: Dean, Julia.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia : Barclay & Co., c1881.
Subjects: Shipwreck survival > Fiction.
Shipwrecks > Fiction.
Castaways > Fiction.
Note: Signed at end: Julia Dean (Mrs. Charles Vollar).
Physical Description: [2], 19-64 : ill.; 24 cm.
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