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  • Book Title: An Archaeological Study of Rural Capitalism and Material Life: The Gibbs Farmstead in Southern Appalachia, 1790-1920 (Contributions To Global Historical Archaeology)
  • ISBN: 9780306475023
  • EAN: 0306475023
  • Book language: en
  • Pages count: 342
  • Release date: 25.07.2003
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  • Quality: Scanned Pages
  • OS: Windows Vista, Windows7, Windows8, Windows 10
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  • Size File: 11.80Mb
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