Homelands : a geography of culture and place across America

Homelands explores the connection of people and place by showing how aspects of several different North American groups found their niche and created a homeland. It looks at geographical concepts in community settings.

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Corporate Author: Center for American Places
Contributors: Nostrand, Richard L. 1939-, Estaville, Lawrence E.
Format: Book
Published: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.
Series:Creating the North American landscape
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Call Number: E 161.3 .H66 2001
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