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Hispanic-American history, 1826-1920.

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StatementBy William Whatley Pierson, jr.
SeriesThe Institute of international education. International relations clubs, syllabus no. VII. [2d ser. Bulletin no. 6]
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LC ClassificationsF1413 .P62
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Pagination36 p.
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Open LibraryOL246762M
LC Control Numbere 21000506
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