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Taiwan sheng jing wu dang an hui bian : Min su zong jiao pian / He Fengjiao bian
臺灣省警務檔案彙編 : 民俗宗敎篇 / 何鳳嬌編
Bib ID 1314906
Format BookBook
Edition Chu ban. 
初版. 
Description Taibei Xian Xindian Shi : Guo shi guan, Min kup 85 [1996] 
臺北縣新店市 : 國史館, 民國85 [1996] 
2, 2, 27, 579 p. ; 22 cm. 
ISBN 9570065532
9570065540 (paperback)
Subjects Police administration -- Taiwan -- History -- Sources.  |  Taiwan -- Religion -- History -- Sources.
Other authors/contributors He, Fengjiao
何鳳嬌
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Documentary collection on Taiwan's police administration.

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