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Liberian education a collection of Liberian publications relating to education by A Doris Banks Henries

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Published by African Imprint Liibrary Services in Bedford, N.Y .
Written in English

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Typescripts originally issued 1964-1972.

Statementcompiled by A. Doris Banks Henries.
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Pagination1 microfilm reel :
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Open LibraryOL19723779M

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