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Pioneer Children On The Journey West by Emmy E Werner - Paperback - 1996-05-03 - from Epilonian Books and

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Pioneer Children On The Journey West

by Emmy E Werner

Condition: Very Good

Basic Books, 1996-05-03. Paperback. Very Good. Westview Press [Published date: 1995]. Soft cover, 202 pp. Reprint. Very good/ NO dust jacket. Blue and gold paper covers have light bumping to edges and corners and light overall scuffing. Binding tight (NO spine crease). Pages clean and unmarked. NOT Ex-library. NO remainder marks.


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