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Selected Books From the Catalog

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Encyclopedia of World History - J. M. Roberts
Call Number: REF 909 E56
ISBN: 0198602235
Publication Date: 1999-04-08

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Daily Life Through World History in Primary Documents - Lawrence Morris (Editor); Rebecca Bennette (Editor); David M. Borgmeyer (Editor); David Matz (Editor)
Call Number: REF 909 D13 V.1, REF 909 D13 V.2, REF 909 D13 V.3
ISBN: 9780313338984
Publication Date: 2008-08-01

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Milestone Documents in World History - Brian Bonhomme (Editor-In-Chief); Cathleen Boivin (Consultant Editor)
Call Number: REF 909 M63 V.1, REF 909 M63 V.2, REF 909 M63 V.3, REF 909 M63 V.4
ISBN: 9780979775864
Publication Date: 2010-01-01


 

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