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Books, libraries and teachers
|Statement||edited byMargaret Couch.|
|Series||Education libraries bulletin -- Supp 21|
Revolutionary America, 1763-1815
Report of the National Assistance Board
Permafrost and its effect on life in the North
The New Economy and Economic Growth in Europe and the US (American and European Economic and Political Studies)
Guardians of the Oregon coast
The vanitie of man, in his best estate
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Akin & Harrison, Junr. no. 1, Johnsons Court, North Eighth-Street, Philadelphia, having taken considerable pains to engrave an elegant design in remembrance of the late illustrious General Washington, now offer it for public patronage. ...
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