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American West Subject Area Catalog

American West Subject Area Catalog

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American West
University of oklahoma Press
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Contents
AmericAn indiAn 1Art 2BiogrAphy & memoir 5environment 9history 9LiterAture & fiction 13miLitAry history 15 the Arthur h. cLArk compAny 16chickAsAw press 18Best-seLLing BAckList 20forthcoming titLes
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f  a  a,  u  olaap a bl aa- b ab  w a  a   b     Aa w aal. t aal a   l  b u  olaa p a t A h. cla ca, a   ou p.f a l l  l aalabl  ou p,la   b a .. f a ll  t A h. cla ca l, la  ala..  w   j  aal a aa      u  olaa p.p a aalabl bj  a  .
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On the cover:
Alxa p p a gla p,  Bal Bll halc, c, w.
Inside front cover:
cl  a  p L B. J, a b y oa,    L Ba Jpal Lba a m, A, txa.
Pages 14–15
: u l  b pb ,  Lba  c.
Pages 16–17:
d c  1872.c kaa sa hal s.
Page 18:
Bla ia, (Ba Bll?) l  ,  Lba  c.
 
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