Melvil Decimal System: 972.99
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Philosophy and Psychology
Mathematics and Science
Arts and Recreation
Biography and History
Geography, Voyages And Travel
Mexico, Central America, And The Caribbean
South Central U.S.
West Coast U.S.
Free zone and Northern states
Lower California and islands
Central Pacific states
Mexico; Federal district
Southern Gulf states
Southern Pacific states
Jamaica; Cayman Islands
Windward islands; Barbados
Works under MDS 972.99
- Miracle: The True Story of the Wreck of the Sea Venture by Gail Karwoski
- In The Eye of All Trade: Bermuda, Bermudians, and the Maritime Atlantic World, 1680-1783 by Michael Jarvis
- Fidel Castro Reader (v. 1) by Fidel Castro
- Tea With Tracey by Tracey Caswell
- Bermuda: Gardens and Houses by Sylvia Shorto
- Images of Bermuda by Roger A. Labrucherie
- Isle of Devils: Bermuda under the Somers Island Company, 1609-1685 by Sister Jean de Chantal Kennedy
- Bermuda in full color by Hans W. Hannau
- My Bermuda Abc by Dana Cooper
- Bermuda Shorts: The Hidden Side of the Richest Place on Earth by T. C. Sobey
- The Adventurers of Bermuda: A History of the Island From its Discovery until the Dissolution of the Somers Island Company in 1684 by Henry Campbell Wilkinson
- Bermuda (Islands) by John J. Jackson
- Bermuda and the American Revolution, 1760-1783 by Wilfred Brenton Kerr
- Bermuda impressions by William Berchen
- Bermuda's sailors of fortune by Jean Kennedy
- BERMUDA IN THE OLD EMPIRE: A HISTORY OF THE ISLAND FROM THE DISSOLUTION OF THE SOMERS ISLAND COMPANY UNTIL THE END OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY WAR: 1684-1784 by Henry Campbell Wilkinson
- Bermuda : today and yesterday, 1503-1980s by Terry Tucker
- Bermuda, Today & Yesterday (1503-1973) by Terry Tucker
- Bermuda (Cultures of the World) by Tamra B. Orr
- The islands of Bermuda : each isle and islet's individual story by Terry Tucker
- The Rich Papers: Letters from Bermuda 1615-1646 : Eyewitness Accounts Sent by the Early Colonists to Sir Nathaniel Rich by Vernon A. Ives
- Bermuda (Modern World Nations) by Richard A. Crooker
- Memorials of the discovery and early settlement of the Bermudas or Somers Islands, 1515-1685 by Sir J. H. Lefroy
- Rosabelle (Life in Bermuda in the Nineteenth Century) by C. F. E Hollis Hallett
- The People of Bermuda : Beyond the Crossroads by Barbara Harries Hunter
- A discovery of the Barmudas (1610) by Silvester Jourdain
- Duarte visto por los niños by Nidia Serra
- Santo Domingo, un país con futuro by Otto Schoenrich
- Bermuda hodge podge : a bedtime book by Sister Jean de Chantal Kennedy
- En la estela de colon by Frederick Albion Ober
- Vida deJuan Pablo Duarte by Pedro Troncoso Sanchez
- Notes from Sandra Taylor Rouja's Bermuda cottage diary by Sandra Taylor Rouja
- Bermuda, a new study by Gilbert J. Butland
- Forty years of convict labour: Bermuda, 1823-1863 by C. F. E Hollis Hallett
- Bermuda Under the Sommer Islands Company, 1612-1684: Civil Records by A. C. Hollis Hallett
- Early History of Bermuda for Children by Canon Arthur Tucker
- A train, a boat, and an island, by Charlotte Greenebaum, Kuh
- Voice of Change: Selected Speeches of Jennifer M. Smith,Premier of Bermuda by Walter Roban
- Apuntes de Rosa Duarte. Archivo y versos de Juan Pablo Duarte by Rosa Duarte
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