2 edition of Program of the history of American Indians. found in the catalog.
Program of the history of American Indians.
by Social Science Section, Dept. of Cultural Affairs, Pan American Union in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||[Translation by Glenda and Theo Crevenna]|
|Series||Pan American Union. Social Science Section. Social science monographs,, 2, 8|
|LC Classifications||E16 .A723|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||pa 58000070|
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