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Beastmen of Mars / Canal Priests of Mars by Lester W. Smith
Cloud Captains of Mars / Conklin's Atlas of the Worlds by Frank Chadwick
Cloudships & Gunboats (Space: 1889) [BOX SET] by Frank Chadwick
The Complete Canal Priests Of Mars by Marcus L. Rowland
Sky Galleons of Mars / Cloudships & Gunboats by Frank Chadwick
Steppelords of Mars / Caravans of Mars by John A. Theisen
Tales from the Ether / More Tales from the Ether by Frank Chadwick
The Liftwood Conspiracy by Gary E. Smith3W 403
Transactions of the Royal Martian Geographical Society, Volume 1 by Mark ClarkTransactions 1
Transactions of the Royal Martian Geographical Society, Volume 2 by Mark ClarkTransactions 2
Transactions of the Royal Martian Geographical Society, Volume 3 by Mark ClarkTransactions 3
Space 1889 by Frank Chadwick1889
Sky Galleons of Mars1890
Ironclads & Ether Flyers: Aeronaval Combat for Space 1889 by Frank Chadwick1891
Temple of the Beastmen1892
Tales from the Ether by Frank Chadwick1901
Beastmen of Mars (Space 1889 Sci-Fi Roleplaying) by Lester W. Smith1902
Caravans of Mars by Ed Andrews1903
Steppelords of Mars by John A. Theisen1904
Cloud Captains of Mars by Frank Chadwick1905
More Tales From the Ether by Loren K. Wiseman1906
Canal Priests of Mars by Marcus L. Rowland1907
Referee's Screen by Game Designers' Workshop1981
Conklin's Atlas of the Worlds by Frank Chadwick1983
Soldier's Companion by Frank Chadwick1984

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