prairie echoes

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New Salem Journal , New Salem, N.D
Diede, Pauline Neher, 1911- -- Childhood and youth., Neher family., Knife River Valley (N.D.) -- Social life and customs., Knife River Valley (N.D.) -- Biography., Mercer County (N.D.) -- Social life and cus


Knife River Valley (N.D.), Mercer County (

Statementby Pauline Neher Diede.
LC ClassificationsF644.K54 D54 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination :
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Open LibraryOL1038043M
LC Control Number93234021

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