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Record 7 of 1925
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Net migration of the population, 1950-60, by age, sex, and color, by Gladys K. Bowles and James D. Tarver, assisted by Vera J. Banks [et al
Bib ID 1945925
Format BookBook
Author
United States. Department of Agriculture. Economic Research Service
 
Description Washington, 1965]- 
v. 
Notes

At head of title: Population-migration report.

Published in cooperation with the Oklahoma State University Research Foundation and the Area Redevelopment Administration, U. S. Dept. of Commerce.

Subjects Demography.
Other authors/contributors Bowles, Gladys K. (Gladys Kleinwort), 1917-  |  Oklahoma State University. Research Foundation  |  United States. Area Redevelopment Administration
Also Titled

Population-migration report

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