Children of the West: Family Life on the Frontier
by Luchetti, Cathy
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- Old Bag Lady Books (US)
- Bookseller Inventory #
- Children of the West: Family Life on the Frontier
- Luchetti, Cathy
- Book condition
- New As New
- Jacket condition
- As New
- Quantity available
- First Edition.
- ISBN 10
- ISBN 13
- Place of Publication
- Scranton, Pennsylvania, U.s.a.
- Date published
- HISTORY BZDB292 WESTERN AMERICANA, HISTORY,, HISTORY; BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY. CHILDREN OF THE WEST FAMILY LIFE ON FRONTIER AUTOBIOGRAPHY
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