Julius Brenchley: Nineteenth and twenty-first century British perspectives on Native Americans

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Cooper, M. and Hitchmough, S. 2009. Julius Brenchley: Nineteenth and twenty-first century British perspectives on Native Americans.
AuthorsCooper, M. and Hitchmough, S.
TypeConference paper
Year2009
ConferenceTransatlantic Studies Association Annual Conference
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Deposited11 Jul 2011
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