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Great river, wide land : the Rio Grande through history / by Armstrong Sperry ; illustrated by the author
Bib ID 532854
Format BookBook
Author
Sperry, Armstrong, 1897-1976
 
Description New York : Macmillan, [1967] 
216 p. : ill., fold. map. ; 22 cm. 
Summary

A regional survey of the great natural resource, the Rio Grande River and Valley, shared by New Mexico, Texas, and Mexico. Describes its contribution to U.S. history, ecological and archeological importance, and role in the development of atomic science.

Notes

Bibliography: p. [212]

Subjects Rio Grande Valley -- History -- Juvenile literature.  |  Rio Grande -- Juvenile literature.  |  Rio Grande Valley -- History.  |  Rio Grande.

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