Irish imprints on the landscape of Eastern Canada in the Nineteenth century
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Irish imprints on the landscape of Eastern Canada in the Nineteenth century a study of cultural transfer and adaptation by John J. Mannion

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  • Irish -- Canada -- History

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Paginationxii, 485 leaves
Number of Pages485
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