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Series: Lighthouses series

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American Lighthouses, 2nd: A Definitive Guide by Ray Jones
California Lighthouses (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
Eastern Great Lakes lighthouses : Ontario, Erie, and Huron by Ray Jones
Great Lakes Lighthouses - Ontario to Superior by Ray Jones
Gulf Coast Lighthouses (Lighthouse Series) by Ray JonesGlobe Pequot Press
Gulf Coast Lighthouses: Florida Keys to the Rio Grande (Lighthouses (Chelsea House)) by Bruce Roberts
Legendary Lighthouses, Volume I by John Grant
Lighthouse Encyclopedia: The Definitive Reference (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
The Lighthouse Encyclopedia: The Definitive Reference (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
Lighthouses of California and Hawaii: Eureka to San Diego to Honolulu by Ray Jones
Lighthouses of California: A Guidebook and Keepsake (Lighthouse Series) by Bruce Roberts
Lighthouses of Florida: A Guidebook and Keepsake (Lighthouse Series) by Bruce Roberts
Lighthouses of Maine: A Guidebook and Keepsake (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
Lighthouses of Massachusetts: A Guidebook and Keepsake (Lighthouse Series) by Bruce Roberts
Lighthouses of Michigan: A Guidebook and Keepsake (Lighthouse Series) by Bruce Roberts
Lighthouses of New York: A Guidebook and Keepsake (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
Lighthouses of the World (Dover History Coloring Book) by John Batchelor
Lighthouses of Washington: A Guidebook and Keepsake (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
Lighthouses of Wisconsin: A Guidebook and Keepsake (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
Lost Lighthouses (Lighthouse Series) by Tim Harrison
Mid-Atlantic Lighthouses (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
New England Lighthouses: Bay of Fundy to Long Island Sound by Ray Jones
New England Lighthouses: Maine to Long Island Sound (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
North Carolina Lighthouses: A Tribute of History and Hope by Cheryl Shelton-Roberts
Northern Lighthouses: New Brunswick to the Jersey Shore by Ray Jones
Pacific Northwest Lighthouses (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
Scottish Lighthouses (Lighthouse Series) by Sharma Krauskopf
Southeastern Lighthouses (Lighthouse Series) by Bruce RobertsGlobe Pequot Press
Southern Lighthouses: Chesapeake Bay to the Gulf of Mexico by Bruce Roberts
Western Great Lakes Lighthouses (Lighthouse Series) by Ray Jones
Western Lighthouses: Olympic Peninsula to San Diego by Ray Jones

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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