The Canadian West & the North

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Published for the Bibliographical Society of Canada by the University of Alberta Library , Edmonton
Government publications -- Northwest Canadian -- Bibliography., Government publications -- Canada, Northern -- Bibliography., Northwest, Canadian -- Bibliography of bibliographies., Canada, Northern -- Bibliography of bibliograp

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Northwest, Canadian, Canada, Northern, Northwest Can

Statementby Dorothy E. Ryder.
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LC ClassificationsZ1392.N7 R92, F1060 R92
The Physical Object
Pagination13 leaves ;
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Open LibraryOL4173353M
LC Control Number80450766

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