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flavour of France in recipes and pictures
Narcissa G. Chamberlain
|Statement||byNarcissa G. Chamberlain and Narcisse Chamberlain ; photographs by Samuel Chamberlain.|
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|Number of Pages||232|
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About the author () Samuel Chamberlain, lived in Marblehead, Massachusetts. He was the author of over sixty books on New England, Virginia, England, France and Italy. His New England Calendars of Engagements sold in the millions.
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