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Extension work in Pacific Islands / by Felix M. Keesing
Bib ID 673613
Format BookBook
Author
Keesing, Felix Maxwell, 1902-1961
 
Description [Baton Rouge, La. : American Sociological Society], 1944 
p. [311]-327 ; 24 cm. 
Reproduction Reprint of article : Rural Sociology. Vol. 9 no. 4, December 1944. 
Subjects Islands of the Pacific -- Economic conditions.
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