40 documents of the Freedom Train: priceless historic documents of our heritage and freedom
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[Chicago] : [publisher not identified], [1962?].
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Book
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40 documents. ; 29 cm
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English

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APA Citation (style guide)

Cleveland Press. (1962). 40 documents of the Freedom Train: priceless historic documents of our heritage and freedom. [Chicago]: [publisher not identified].

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Cleveland Press. 1962. 40 Documents of the Freedom Train: Priceless Historic Documents of Our Heritage and Freedom. [Chicago]: [publisher not identified].

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Cleveland Press, 40 Documents of the Freedom Train: Priceless Historic Documents of Our Heritage and Freedom. [Chicago]: [publisher not identified], 1962.

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Cleveland Press. 40 Documents of the Freedom Train: Priceless Historic Documents of Our Heritage and Freedom. [Chicago]: [publisher not identified], 1962. Print.

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