economic classification of land in fifty-six municipal divisions, South Central Saskatchewan by Clarence Campbell Spence

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  • Land use -- Saskatchewan.,
  • Economics -- Saskatchewan.,
  • Soil surveys -- Saskatchewan.

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StatementC. C. Spence and E. C. Hope.
ContributionsHope, Ernest Charles.
LC ClassificationsHD"319"S3"S64
The Physical Object
Pagination42 p. & 1 col. map in pocket :
Number of Pages42
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Open LibraryOL20809139M

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