Cultures traditionnelles de plein champ (Peace Corps, 1987, 497 pages)
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Auteur: DAVID LEONARD

Rédactrices: MARILYN CHAKROFF, NANCY DYBUS
Illustre par: MARILYN KAUFMAN
Traduit par: FLS, Inc. GLENDA FABRE

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Septembre 1987

CULTURES TRADITIONNELLES SE PLEIN CHAMP DECEMBRE 1981

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