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Iroquois folk lore, gathered from the Six nations of New York
Syracuse, N.Y., The Dehler press
Subjects: Iroquois Indians
IA Collections: library_of_congress; americana
|Authority control||OCLC: 1047494103|
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|Author||Beauchamp, William Martin, 1830-1925|
|Short title||Iroquois folk lore, gathered from the Six nations of New York|
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