Selective field bibliography in economic anthropology.

by Edward Van Roy

Publisher: Council of Planning Librarians] in [Monticello, Ill

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LC ClassificationsZ5942 C68 no. 419, Z5118.E25 C68 no. 419, GN448 C68 no. 419
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Pagination26 p.
Number of Pages26
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