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Seminole Music (Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 161)

by Frances Densmore

Condition: Used - Very Good


US Government Printing Office. Used - Very Good. First Edition. 1956. Paperback. Some foxing of text block, sunning of spine, minor shelf wear. Very sound. Very Good.


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