Solving "the Indian problem": the white man's burdensome business.

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Book's title: Solving "the Indian problem": the white man's burdensome business.
Library of Congress Control Number: 74011312
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):0531053644
International Standard Book Number (ISBN):0531055671 (pbk.)
System Control Number:(Sirsi) 675118
System Control Number:0707-95060
Cataloging Source:LC eng Caotmcl
Geographic Area Code:n-us
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Library of Congress Call Number:E93 .W35
Dewey Decimal Classification Number:970.5
Personal Name:Wax, Murray Lionel, 1922-
Publication, Distribution, etc.:New York . New Viewpoints, (c)1975.
Physical Description:237 p. ;, 21 cm.
General Note:"A New York times book."
Bibliography, etc. Note:Bibliography: p. [215]-217.
Personal Name:Buchanan, Robert W.
Rubrics: Indians of North America
Government relations

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