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Indians of Canada and Prairie Pioneers

by C. A. Scarrow and Jean Gibson

Condition: Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued


Regina: School Aids & Text Book Publishing Co. Ltd., 1943. Revised Edition. Illustrated Card Covers. Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 18.0 cm. The book shows rubbing to front cover and there is also a crease to lower corner. The interior is clean and tight. The bottom corner of the first 10 pages have been turned. Over all a very nice copy. This was a text book. The book illustrated in b/w lists and gives short histories of various tribes in Canada. There is also short history of the pioneers in Northern Saskatchewan.




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