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2 edition of American social history since 1860. found in the catalog.

American social history since 1860.

Robert H. Bremner

American social history since 1860.

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Published by A.H.M. in Northbrook .
Written in English


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SeriesGoldentree bibliographies in American history
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Open LibraryOL20558386M
ISBN 100882955039


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