The schoolchildren growing up in the slums

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Grouping Title schoolchildren growing up in the slums
Grouping Author greene mary frances
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subject_facet Blacks -- Education -- New York (State) -- New York, Children with social disabilities -- Education
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title_full The schoolchildren growing up in the slums / [by] Mary Frances Greene and Orletta Ryan
title_short The schoolchildren growing up in the slums
topic_facet Blacks, Children with social disabilities, Education