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Atlas de los indios norteamericanos

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Libro Atlas de los indios norteamericanos

An illustrated survey of the history and customs of the native North Americans who were members of hundreds of different tribes with varying lifestyles over the centuries.

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Cantidad de páginas 96

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  • Gilbert Legay

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