American Indian urbanization. Edited by Jack O. Waddell [and] O. Michael Watson.
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Watson, O. Michael.
Indians of North America -- Urban residence.
Purdue University. Institute for the Study of Social Change. Institute monograph series, no. 4.
vi, 139 l. 28 cm.
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