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Life is a local story; a collection of talks concerning local history, historic sites and history museums, edited by Clement M. Silvestro
Bib ID 1169214
Format BookBook
Author
American Association for State and Local History
 
Description [Nashville, 1964] 
85 p. 23 cm. 
Notes

Papers, with one exception, presented at the Association's annual meeting, Raleigh, N.C., October 2-5, 1963, and at the Association sponsored session of the Western History Association Convention, Salt Lake City, October 18.

Subjects United States - History - Historiography.  |  United States - History, Local.
Other authors/contributors Silvestro, Clement M. ed

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