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Native Studies Review: Volume 3 Number 2 1987

by Editor: F. Laurie Barron

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


Saskatoon: Native Studies Department University of Regina, 1987. First Edition. Illustrated Card Covers. Very Good/with No dust-jacket as issued. 23.0 cm. Light crease to bottom of front cover. The book is in very good to near fine condition. There are three stamps on ffep, the interior is clean and bright. The study covers, Native heritage resource management; The question of Authenticity; Native4 involvement in Heritage Management.




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